International Union of Bakers and Confectioners (UIBC)
Unión Internacional de Panaderos y Pasteleros
Internationaler Verband der Bäcker und Konditoren
1924 Brussels Belgium
Founded 1924, Brussels (Belgium), as Union internationale de la boulangerie et de la boulangerie-pâtisserie (UIB) -- International Union of Bakers and Bakers-Confectioners -- Internationaler Verband der Bäcker und Bäcker-Konditoren. Former titles: English - International Union of Master Bakers and Bakers-Confectioners, Union of International Bakers; French - Union internationale des maîtres-boulangers. Merged with H-XD5061 - International Union of Confectioners, Pastrycooks and Ice Cream Makers and adopted current title, 2014.
Represent the cultural, economic and social interests of members; treat problems regarding formation, engineering, quality, sale, tax and all other problems related to the trade; consult and represent members and protect their interests.
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