International Confectionery Association (ICA)
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1986-01-31 Brussels Belgium
31 Jan 1986, Brussels (Belgium), on merger of H-XH0104 - International Office of Cocoa and Chocolate (IOCC), set up 8 Sep 1930, Antwerp (Belgium), as 'International Office of Chocolate and Cocoa Manufacturers', and H-XD1264 - International Sugar Confectionery Manufacturers Association (ISCMA), formed 13 Apr 1953, Paris (France). Statutes adopted 2 Jun 1994, Capri (Italy), when focus redefined as a group of regional members rather than countries. Name changed to International Office of Cocoa, Chocolate and Sugar Confectionery -- Office international du cacao, du chocolat et de la confiserie (OICCC). Present name adopted 2002. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Encourage scientific research to further development of the industry; safeguard worldwide interests of members and consumers; maintain a position as recognized authority on the industry, particularly in scientific, technical, statistical and health fields.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Council, comprising 2 accredited representatives of each member.
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