His personal engagement resulted in the associate membership of the Norwegian Seafood Federation, which allowed FEFAC to raise its legitimacy and level of expertise in this important market segment at EU and international level.
Allodi’s proactive involvement to the consultation process on the new EU Common Fisheries Policy contributed to the inclusion of a specific chapter dealing with the sustainable development of EU aquaculture and fish feed and the setting up of the new EU Aquaculture Advisory Committee, with FEFAC being represented in the Executive Committee. He showed decisive leadership in engaging with environmental NGOs, the EU and national governments to build support for the reauthorisation of non-ruminant processed animal protein in 2013 on sustainability grounds.
Since FEFAC was founded as a federation in 1959, the title Honorary Member has been awarded to the following persons: Mr Hubert Marek, Prof. Marcel van Belle, Mr Carl Brenninkmeyer, Mr André Namur, Mr Franz-Josef Juchem, Mr Giordano Veronesi, Mrs Helen Raine, Mr Marek Kumprecht, Mr Jaime Piçarra, Mr Alain Guillaume and Mr Geert Kleinhout.
FEFAC and BFA are pleased to confirm the new dates of our XXIX FEFAC Congress which will be held on September 24-25, 2020 in Antwerp in the Queen Elisabeth Hall. We will shortly provide you with updated information regarding the draft programme and registration process.