Industry & Media Partners


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PAPA - Pizza, Pasta and Italian Food Association - EPPS Association Partner
The Pizza, Pasta & Italian Food Association (PAPA) is the only formal trade body in the UK representing the broad pizza, pasta and Italian food and drink industry
The Pizza, Pasta & Italian Food Association (PAPA) was originally formed in 1977 as the Pizza Association, but changed its name to include pasta and Italian foods in the late 1980s. Today the association is the only formal trade body in the UK representing the broad pizza, pasta and Italian food and drink industry.
Pizza Pasta and Italian Food Magazine

Pizza Pasta & Italian Food Magazine is the trade magazine of the UK’s well established Pizza Pasta & Italian Food Association.

The magazine reports on the interests of a variety of well-known businesses and brands (both chain and independent) in this growing and dynamic sector (Italian restaurants, pizza delivery and takeaway operators, as well as ready-meal manufacturers and the associated equipment and ingredient supply chain that all rely upon).

It features news, view and interviews, full PAPA awards coverage, operator profiles and case studies, as well as advisory articles, and also reports on some of the up and coming trends of interest to sector at large.

pizza world association

Pizza World Association is a non-profit organization aiming to bring together, Pizzeria owner, Pizza Chefs and restaurant professionals such as: Executive Pizza Chefs, Sous Chefs, Pastry Chefs, Caterers, Wine Sommeliers, Purchasing Managers, Caterers, Food & Beverage Officers, Culinary Pizza School Educators, Gourmets, Gourmands, and the like, regardless of nationality.

Ristorazione Italiana Magazine, part of the group, is the Italian magazine about gastronomy, oenology, pizza and Mediterranean culture and it is the ultimate authority on the best of what’s new in food, events, recipes and catering equipment. The magazine, with the highest circulation in the professional restaurant/pizzeria sector, is sent to restaurants, pizza-restaurants, pizzerias, fast food, food and equipment distributors, catering in Italy.

Accademia Pizzaioli - Media Partner

Accademia Pizzaioli is Enrico Famà’s Pizza School, the co-founder of the first Pizza course in 1988. The experience of almost 30 years has allowed to develop a successful teaching method and now Accademia Pizzaioli is the most important Italian and international pizza school with more than 90 locations throughout Italy and abroad. Accademia Pizzaioli respects tradition, but is also open to novelties and offers basic pizza courses and specialised and highly specialised pizza courses.

Pizza Senza Frontiere

More than 10 million tonnes of food is wasted in the UK each year. The Felix Project collects surplus food from suppliers (supermarkets, wholesalers, distributors, farms etc.) and delivers it to charities and schools across London. In this way, we are reducing food waste and food poverty at the same time as supporting numerous organisations who work with vulnerable and less fortunate communities and individuals across our City. We simply want to see Good Food go to Good Causes

Pan & Pizza Magazine  Daily we "bake" the best information for you. 
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We have the collaboration and views of the main associative and professional references of the sector in a digital magazine with an informative vocation that is leader of digital audience in Spanish language.
News, innovation, technique, recipes... everything and more about the bread, pastry, pizza world...
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In 1989, the members of the International Mediterranean Association of the Processing Tomato (AMITOM) recognized the need to share accurate and timely information about the tomato processing industry with other operators around the world. AMITOM set up a commercial subsidiary the World Information Centre for the Processing Tomato Industry (CMITI) to publish the newsletter Tomato News and provide information to the industry. The magazine quickly expanded its readership and established itself as the best source of information on and for the tomato processing industry around the world, read by decision-makers involved at all level of the Tomato Processing Industry: from seed breeders to users of tomato products, through growers, processors, re-manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, professional organisations, ...