June 09, 2015

09/06/2015: Jean Manuel Leveque is the new AIBI President

http://www.aibi.eu/
Jean Manuel Leveque, AIBI President with Prof. Dr. M. Hikmet Boyacioglu, International Editor, Milling and Grain
Jean-Manuel Leveque (France) is the newly elected AIBI President. He is also Vice-President of the French large bakery association FEB. He succeeds to George Mavromaras (Greece) who served AIBI for the last two years as its President. 
       
AIBI’s General Assembly elected at its 34th Congress in Athens a new AIBI Board including two Vice-Presidents: Joseph Street (United Kingdom) and Janez Bojc (Slovenia). Armin Juncker (Germany) remains Treasurer.

Jean Manuel Leveque presented the AIBI Road Map 2015-2017 for the next two years with ambitious actions on bread promotion actions, research activities like FLOUR-plus, further AIBI membership development and deepened bakery communication. The 'buzzwords' remain continuity, responsibility, openness and communication.


AIBI has achieved a lot over the last few years with increased visibility on the way to becoming an interactive and constructive organisation with both entrepreneurial and technical character.
AIBI has successfully shifted focus on political and strategically important bread and market issues, which includes the country of origin package, acrylamide and nutrient profiles issue including salt reduction strategies.

     
About AIBI
AIBI (Association Internationale de la Boulangerie Industrielle) is the major European association of plant bakeries. AIBI is formed of 15 national plant bakeries associations including Russia and Ukraine and representing more than 2100 plant bakeries. It represents the interests of its member vis-à-vis the European institutions in Brussels and beyond.


Visit the AIBI website HERE.
 

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