European Committee for Umami (ECU)

Comité Européen pour l'Umami

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Founded

1962-12-19 Paris France

History

19 Dec 1962, Paris (France), as Committee of Glutamic Acid Manufacturers of the European Economic Community – Comité des fabricants d'acide glutamique de la Communauté économique européenne (COFAG) – Komitee der Glutaminsäurehersteller der EWG. Subsequently changed title to Committee of Glutamic Acid Manufacturers of the EU – Comité des fabricants d'acide glutamique de l'UE. Registered in accordance with French law. EU Transparency Register: 076972531251-54.

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UIA Org ID

XJ4627

Last News

2019

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