Associations


  • SFEL - Société Française pour l’Étude des Lipides

    SFEL - Société Française pour l’Étude des Lipides

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    The French Society for the Study of Lipids (SFEL) brings together industry players and research laboratories, fat specialists and related fields at national and international level in France and elsewhere.

  • SOPA - Soyabean Processors Association of India

    SOPA - Soyabean Processors Association of India

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    The Soybean Processors Association of India represents soyabean processors, farmers, exporters and brokers in India working towards strengthening soyabeans as a viable crop.

  • Svebio

    Svebio

    Sector: Biofuels Associations

    Svebio is a Sweden-based commercial environmental organization for companies and individuals, aiming to be the leading representative and an international model for the development of bioenergy in a sustainable society.

  • Swiss Biotech Association

    Swiss Biotech Association

    Sector: Biotech Associations

    A not-for profit online portal for the Swiss biotech industries.

  • UCAP - United Coconut Associations of the Philippines

    UCAP - United Coconut Associations of the Philippines

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    The United Coconut Associations of the Philippines (UCAP) is a confederation of associations/organisations involved in the various activities of the coconut industry.

  • Ucogras

    Ucogras

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    Represents the interests of the Belgian sector of vegetable and animal oils and fats. It welcomes all types of companies, national and international, large, medium and small, from all related sectors, including: transportation, brokerage, trading, checking, fat melting, margarine production, storage and handling, extraction and refining

  • UFOP - German Association for Promotion of Oil and Protein Plants

    UFOP - German Association for Promotion of Oil and Protein Plants

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    UFOP is a German association promoting oil and protein plants and the associated industries.

  • USB - United Soybean Board

    USB - United Soybean Board

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    Administers soyabean check-off activities focusing on research and market development and expansion.

  • USCA - US Canola Association

    USCA - US Canola Association

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    A non-profit commodity organisation whose mission is to increase domestic canola production to meet a growing demand for healthy oil. It promotes the establishment and maintenance of conditions favourable to growing, marketing, processing and using US canola.

  • VBU - Association of German Biotechnology Companies

    VBU - Association of German Biotechnology Companies

    Sector: Biotech Associations

    VBU is a federation of companies and institutions active in the fields of biotechnology and related sectors, such as pharmaceutical technology, diagnostics, medical and laboratory technology. VBU is the active interface between companies, scientific research institutions and networks, providing a platform for cooperation, communication and information.

  • VERNOF - Association of Dutch Producers of Edible Oils and Fats

    VERNOF - Association of Dutch Producers of Edible Oils and Fats

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    The Association of Dutch Producers of Edible Oils and Fats VERNOF represents the interests of Dutch companies that produce vegetable oils, fats and proteins and/or refine vegetable and animal oils and fats.

  • WRO - World Renderers Organisation

    WRO - World Renderers Organisation

    Sector: Edible Oil Associations

    The WRO represents the rendering industry worldwide, serving as an exchange platform for education and information among its members and with like-minded associations around the world. The WRO represents its members in international government and world organisation forums, debating topics such as food production, animal and human health, and the environment.