The Italian Federation of Industrial Producers, Exporters and Importers of Wines, Sparkling Wines, Aperitifs,Spirits,Syrups, Vinegar (FEDERVINI) was founded in 1917 and its members are entrepreneurs in different sectors of alcoholic beverages,excluding beer, and as in the vinegar, syrup and grape juice.
Federvini is a founding member of Federalimentare, the Federation of national associations of the food sector, and as such is part of Confindustria, the Confederation of Italian Industry.
Purposes of the Federation are to protect the interests of the class and assistance in all institutional, national, European and international standards.
To Centromarca, the Italian Association of Brand Industry, adhere around 200 companies amongst the most important active in the various FMCG sectors (food, grocery, textiles, electronics, DIY, toy, home entertainment). Centromarca is part of Confindustria and AIM (Association des Industries de Marque), the Brussels-based association which brings together the Brand Industry organizations in Europe.
UPA, Utenti Pubblicità Associati, is the association that represents and advocates the interests of industrial, commercial and service companies investing advertising budgets on italian market.
Established in 1948, UPA’s activity is promoted and driven by the companies, that act proactively to tackle and solve common problems related to advertising and commercial communication.
UPA represents members’ interests in a unique, indipendent and strong way in political, legislative and regulatory bodies, as well as in industry committees, towards consumers’ organisations and other stakeholder concerned by commercial communication.
All the activities, positions and behaviours of the Association aim at transparency and responsibility, with constant focus on continuous innovation of the market. UPA promotes italian advertising self regulatory organisation, IAP (Istituto dell’Autodisciplina Pubblicitaria), in order to champion and develop responsible advertising as a means of information for consumers, concurrency in various markets, welfare for the entire society. internal antitrust compliance guidelines.
Aiipa is the trade Association of the food industry amongst the most representative in Italy, by number of sectors and product categories
In Italy is part of Confindustria and Federalimentare, whilst at European level it takes part in the work of 20 sector associations and of the European Confederation of the Food Industry (FoodDrinkEurope). It represents the participating companies and sectors, at national, EU and international level, towards institutions, economic organizations, trade unions and social organizations.
It contributes to the development of the Italian food industry by promoting a legal, economic and market context inspired by the principles of transparency and correct competitiveness, with a view to sustainable development and the affirmation of the social role of companies and of the food industry.
Gruppo Montenegro, as an AIIPA member, adheres to the associative values of the confederate system aimed at pursuing a quality policy for industrial food products. Such policy pays attention to the evolution of consumption patterns, safety requirements, correct and transparent consumer information, and promotes an environmental policy integrated with the new directions of sustainable development.
Founded in 2006, Italia del Gusto, is the first private consortium of companies operating in the Italian food and wine sector, whose members are selected for the quality of products and for the importance of the brands. Its mission is to support member companies in improving their competitive position on international markets and strengthening their image as a producer of high quality food products.
The Consortium undertakes activities in marketing, promotions and global communication, public relations, participation to international exhibitions, support in the creation of partnerships, commercial and logistical synergies among its members.
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