Domestic Jaffa Ltd. Launches Cherries to the Russian Market

”Most of this year’s cherry harvest the company Jaffa-Commerce Ltd. Mostar will place on the Russian market, and we have interested buyers from EU countries as well, and even Dubai”, said the director of the ... More

"Wines of Macedonia" presents strategy up to 2020

By 2020, at least 50 percent of the total amount of exported wines will be bottled and the value should rise by at least 45 percent, expects association "Wines of Macedonia", which celebrated its 5. anniversary on ... More

Mid Europa buys Bambi, Imlek, Knjaz Milos

Mid Europa Partners, a leading investment fund focused on Central and Eastern Europe, signed an agreement on the acquisition of Danube Foods Group (DFG), the owner of Serbian companies Imlek, Mlekara Subotica, Bambi, and Knjaz ... More

Serbia has quality food for global market

Serbia has great potential for producing traditional food, Minister of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Snezana Bogosavljevic Boskovic said opening the Ethnic Food and Drinks Fair in Belgrade on Wednesday. The volume ... More

Turkey expands food exports to Russia

According to Ankara Anatolia news agency (24.11.14), Turkey's white meat exports -- poultry and seafood -- increased by 447% in the first nine months, the Turkish Minister of Food, Agriculture and Animal Breeding said on ... More

Beer Nissos Silver Medal

Greek beer Nissos won the silver European Beer Star Award in the Bohemian Pilsner category at the international competition European Beer Star that took place in Bavaria, Germany, on November 12. This is the first time that a ... More

Carlsberg to Take over Olympic Brewery

Carlsberg, the Danish brewery, has announced that it will take over the Olympic Brewery, the third largest player in the Greek beer market. Carlsberg will own 51% of the new company, which will be formed after the merger, while ... More

Greek Tyrbul to invest EUR 15 M in Bulgarian Sliven-based dairy

Greek company Tyrbul will invest EUR 15 million in its milk processing plant in Sliven over the next two years. The resources will be spent on new production premises and equipment, according to Capital Daily. Dimitris ... More

Bosnet Company as the World’s First Producer of Halal Fish Food

Bosnia and Herzegovina could become one of the leading countries in Europe and in the world when it comes to production of fish feed thanks to a Samir Lagarija, head of the ”Bosnet” group, which was the first to ... More

First Lesaffre Baking Center in Serbia opens in Belgrade

Serbia’s capital Belgrade has seen Lesaffre Group, a French company with more than a century and a half of baking tradition, opening its first Baking Center in Serbia, which will serve as an educational center for bakery ... More

Bambi products to feature Non-GMO icon

Bambi will become the first food company in Serbia to feature a non-GMO icon on its products, which are all GMO free. "Given the huge amount of information coming from consumers concerning the use of genetically modified ... More

Strauss Coffee acquires Amigo in Romania, Bulgaria

Dutch Strauss Coffee has acquired the exclusive rights to Romania's Amigo brand in Romania and Bulgaria. The price of the deal is USD 20 M, according to a statement on the company's website. Under the terms of the deal ... More

Record Production in Prijedorčanka Company

The factory for the processing fruits “Prijedorčanka” from Prijedor achieved a record production last year, because it bought 17.600 tons of fruit and exceeded their plan of 15.500 tons, announced the Ministry of ... More

Kri-Kri says fire damage cost to reach 18.75 mln euros

The Athens Stock Exchange on Tuesday lifted the suspension of trading in the shares of Kri-Kri after the listed company offered details over the financial cost of a fire that severely damaged its dairy production unit in Serres. ... More

10 companies to implement HALAL standards with state financial assistance

The Ministry of Economy in 2014 will fully finance 10 companies to implement HALAL standards, it was announced on Friday. "Nearly 3.1 million denars are envisaged to be allocated next year to cover the expenses of 10 companies ... More

Klas placed 100 tons of Bosnian “Lokum” in the serbian market in only 6 months

The food company Klas Sarajevo marked an excellent export result of “Bosnian lokum” at the Serbian market during the second half of the year. During 6 months in the neighboring Serbia were placed almost 100 tons ... More

EU to grant EUR 200 mln for food products advertising

European aid for advertising of food products will increase progressively from EUR 61 M in the 2013 budget to EUR 200 M in 2020. The significant increase in the aid will be allocated to information and promotion initiatives ... More

Tuzla Brewery begins export to Croatia, Montenegro and Switzerland

Brewery will begin to export to Croatia, Montenegro and Switzerland, announced ‘Slobodna Bosna’. According to the Director Zlatan Pejić, in 2013 the brewery managed to maintain sales momentum from ... More

Ptujska Klet named best Slovenian wine cellar

Ptujska klet, the oldest wine cellar in Slovenia, has been awarded the title of the best wine cellar in Slovenia at the top international wine competition AWC Vienna. Its director Vinko Mandl said at a press conference on Tuesday ... More

Event at UN on Cretan diet

A Greek, specifically a Cretan event is due to take place at the UN's headquarters on Thursday evening as part of celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the Union of Crete with Greece. The Pancretan Association of ... More