Association of Manufacturers and Formulators of Enzyme Products (AMFEP)
1977-08-01 Brussels Belgium
1 Aug 1977, Brussels (Belgium). Originally referred to as Association of Microbial Food Enzyme Producers within the EEC – Association des producteurs d'enzymes dans la CEE. Subsequently name changed to Association of Microbial Food Enzyme Producers in Western Europe. Changed name to Association of Manufacturers of Fermentation Enzyme Products, 1995. Statutes amended by General Assembly, Oct 2015.
Represent, promote and defend the interests, safe use and regulatory framework of manufacturers and formulators of enzyme products.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; Food Enzymes Committee; Feed Enzymes Committee; Technical Enzymes Committee; Expert Groups.
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