Members and associate members
AMITOM now has full Members in eight countries, and Associate Members in six countries
5 EU countries
Spain is represented by AGRUCON, the Spanish Association of Vegetables Processors based in Madrid.
France is represented by SONITO (National Interprofessional Tomato Society), who gathers the forces of the French tomato processing industry together (growers, co-operatives, private processors)
The Greek industry is represented within the AMITOM by PEK, the Greek Canners Association. Established in 1945, it is a founding member of AMITOM.
Italian private companies are represented by ANICAV based in Naples, while co-operative processors are represented by FEDERAGROALIMENTARE, headquartered in Rome.
The Portuguese tomato industry is represented by AIT.
3 countries outside
Israeli tomato processors are represented by TPB, the Tomato Products Board of Israel, based in Tel Aviv.
GICA (Food Processing Industries Association) is the representing organization for Tunisian processors and growers within the AMITOM. The association was created in 1965 and federates all the actors of food industry: growers, processors and exporters.
The Turkish Tomato Paste Exporters and Producers Association – SIID (now SALKONDER) joined AMITOM in 1980.
6 Associate Members
The following private companies are Associate Members:
• Egypt: PASTE & JUICE
• Hungary: UNIVER
• Malta: MAGRO BROTHERS
• Russia: DESAN
• Ukraine: INAGRO
• Syria: RABBATH FOOD
A DIRECTORY OF ALL COMPANIES AFFILIATED TO AMITOM THROUGH ITS MEMBERS IS AVAILABLE ON OUR PARTNER SITE TOMATO NEWS
The directory can be used to source tomato products by searching the detailed database
How to become a member?
AMITOM membership is open to national associations and companies which meet certain criteria.
Our meetings provide an efficient platform to exchange information on trends in production, consumption, trade and the market situation to identify common problems and network with colleagues in different countries.
• Members: National associations representing the fruit and vegetable processing industries in Europe.
• Associate members: First-stage tomato processing companies established in a country where there is no national association or where the national association does not wish to or cannot join AMITOM.