An official 501(c)3 organization would be an interesting (but serious) avenue to take: https://www.irs.gov/charities-and-nonprofits Strict by-law, filing, board, and reporting requirements. If there was a philosophical Epicurean 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, I wonder if we'd be able to provide certification for people to perform weddings. That'd be interesting. Out of curiosity, I did a quick search of non-profit organizations at the IRS website looking for 'epicur' and found: National Epicure…
When it comes to this topic of discussion of "ethical" behavior, it's more about justice than pleasure/pain. Of course, that pleasure/pain guides choices and rejections, but I'd also point to PD31: Natural justice is an agreement for mutual benefit, to not harm one another or to be harmed.