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Centro Direzionale di Napoli

Professional or non-profit organisation

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Viale della Costituzione
80143, NAPLES

39 081 734 70 20
39 081 734 71 26
Contact name : Giovanni Deangelis
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ANICAV (National Association of Industrial Vegetable Food Preserves), founded in Naples on 5 February 1945, is the world’s largest association representing tomato processing companies, in terms of its number of member companies and the quantity of processed product. It brings together 3/4 of the processing industries operating throughout the national territory, which together process approximately 70% of all the tomatoes processed in Italy and almost all of the whole peeled tomatoes produced in the world, with a turnover in 2022 of EUR 3.3 billion (equal to 75% of the total turnover of the Italian tomato processing sector). Approximately 60% of production is destined for export outlets, both to Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom) and to other countries (USA, Japan, Australia), making the tomato an ambassador of Made in Italy excellence around the world.
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Northern Italy, the 2023 season: agreement reached at EUR 150 /tonne

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Italy: organic processing tomato figures

Yields, around 70 mT/ha, are only 16% lower than those of conventional tomatoes  The webinar "Results of the factual survey on...
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Italy, South Central region: no agreement for the moment

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WEBINAR on organic tomato processing in Italy

On March 2, 2023, at 15:00, a seminar will take place in online mode, organized by ANICAV, in collaboration with Isi Sementi, Rina and Xeda, for...
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Italy, processing tomatoes: negotiations at a standstill in the northern region

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