Undoubtedly one of the most high end markets to enter, not only in Europe, but worldwide, and with a complex retail system, consisting of a local, a regional and a national level, France is a challenge in itself for prospect exporters, the main one being the consistency in covering the demand.
Midway between Europe and the East, with important ports overseeing the Black Sea, Romania is a country with a great tradition and an even brighter future ahead...
A rapidly developing economy, albeit not a member of the European Union yet, Serbia is increasingly inclined towards quality over price, while recognising the EU PGI regime and applying the respective protection on PDO and PGI products.
One of the greatest transit hubs in the world, the Netherlands is a market where all sorts of products are in aflod, food being no exception.
Statistics don’t lie: 33 to 40 percent of the world’s food, that is an estimated $600 billion worth of food, is lost or wasted during or just after harvest every year.
A new report highlights the dynamic course of Greek extra virgin olive oil exports in Great Britain, as well as their future potential –even in a post-Brexit scenario.
Recently, the Institute of Export Research and Studies (ΙΕRS) established by the Greek Exporters Association (SEVE) prepared their annual “Mapping of Greece's Export Activity by Region” study for the period 2015-2019...
Current estimates suggest global production will reach almost 3.11 million tons of olive oil in 2020, while 3.14 million tons are expected to be consumed by the end of the year.
Although global trade is experiencing an unprecedented crisis due to the spread of COVID-19, Greek Food & Beverage exports have nevertheless demonstrated a steady increase, with an annual average trend of approx. 18%.
Innovation, safety, consistency, adherence to European specifications, and sustainability are key to the constant development of aquaculture in Greece.
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