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Fedima publishes interactive annual report

The Federation of European manufacturers and suppliers of ingredients to the bakery, confectionery, and patisserie industries, Fedima, published its new, interactive 2022-2023 Annual Report.

The report provides an overview of Fedima’s work over the past year, insights into the core areas of activity of each workstream, as well as a preview of key upcoming projects for 2024.

“This past year, marked by supply chain challenges and the consequences of growing inflation, reminded us that we are the strongest when we face difficult times together, relying on the sense of community and collaboration between our members,” Johan Sanders, Fedima President, summarizes the year in business.


The Association’s work is organized around five overarching workstreams, each reporting directly to the Board:

  • Advocacy and Network Building
  • The Fedima Community
  • The Technical Committee
  • The Sustainability Committee
  • The Marketing & Communications Committee

The first priority for the association is to promote a common sustainability goal across the value chain. “We believe that Fedima can have an even bigger role in pushing all industry players towards more sustainable practices, and we are committed to placing the resilience and sustainability of the sector as an overarching and guiding theme reflected in all our activities, with a joint effort from each of Fedima’s workstreams. Our Sustainability Committee, supported by the other Committees and by our members, has been driving concrete projects such as the development of a code of conduct for responsible sourcing and the upcoming Fedima Grant in support of local sustainability initiatives, which I invite you to read more about in the coming pages,” Sanders highlights.

The Federation has also been taking steps to safeguard the needs of its members in light of growing EU regulatory developments that may impact them.

Fedima’s membership comprises national associations in 13 European countries and represents around 200 companies across Europe.

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