Pepsico-Ivi wants to stay and grow in Greece‏

Pepsico-Ivi continues promoting its brand beverage and juice products (Pepsin, Ivi, Lipton, 7Up, Gatorade) after completing a reorganization plan focusing on safeguarding the company’s viability in the Greek market. Ray ... More

Olympic Brewery expands activities

Olympic Brewery SA is expanding its activities in three new markets - Canada, Brazil and Russia - expecting the first beer exports by the start of the new year. Yiannis Hitos, chairman and chief executive of the company, ... More

Asian market is strategic target of Romanian wine producers

The Asian market is a strategic target of Romanian wines, special emphasis being laid on the Chinese market, where the growth rate of the wine consumption was about 15 percent in 2006-2011, informs the National Employers' ... More

Macedonian wines rated best at Slovenian Wine Festival

Seven Macedonian wineries - Tikves, Skovin, Stobi, Dalvina, Kamnik, Bovin and Pivka - supported by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management were presented at this year's Slovenian Wine Festival in ... More

20 companies interested in buying soft-drinks maker Radenska

Some 20 companies interested in buying Slovenia's soft-drinks maker Radenska have signed a non-disclosure agreement as the deadline for non-bindings bid expired Friday, the daily Delo reports Saturday. Radenska, which boasts ... More

Decision on export of milk from BiH to EU in January 2014

In only two months, inspectors from the EU Food and Veterinary Office will assess BiH food safety control system and issue a final decision whether BiH can or cannot export milk to EU, Head of the U.S. Agency for International ... More

Bambi plans to invest EUR 10 million in 2014

Bambi plans to invest EUR 10 million in a new production line in Pozarevac and new products, Executive Director of Operations Daniel M. Beohi announced today. As he explained, this investment should be implemented around ... More

Croatian Food Agency returns 34 tons of Macedonian cucumbers

Around 34 tons of cucumbers were returned from Croatia to Macedonia after the Croatian Food Agency found high level of pesticides in them. The inspection was done before the cucumbers ended up at the market. The Macedonian ... More

Topoloveni plum jam can enter bio product stores on Swiss market

Topoloveni plum jam could enter the Swiss market, in the big bio and natural product store chains, the plum jam being recommended by Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation in Bucharest himself, Jean Hubert Leber, who paid a visit ... More

Karamolegos Bakery to issue 2.3 mln euros bond loan

Karamolegos Bakery extraordinary general shareholders' meeting on Wednesday approved a board plan to issue a bond loan worth up to 2.3 million euros. The proceeds of the mortgage-backed loan will be used to cover the company's ... More

Bio food – chance for Serbian economy

The production of bio foods provides a huge opportunity to Serbian economy to overcome the crisis. That was stated at the Bio Products Fair. The production of those kicked off in 1990 and now the state produces over 400 kinds of ... More

Vipava Dairy sold to Italian Buyer

The Vipava dairy, which produces the sharp-tasting Nanoški sir cheese, Slovenia's first product with Protected Designation of Origin status, has been sold to an unnamed Italian buyer for an undisclosed sum. The new owner ... More

Bulgarian Farmers to Get Swiss Support for Launching Own-Label Product

Bulgarian farmers will be able to apply for funding of up to CHF 6500 for creating products of their own brand, according to Ivaylo Yotov, head of the Lovech-based District Directorate of the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency, as ... More

Serbia to export meat, milk products to Bahrain

Businessmen from the southwestern Serbian municipality of Sjenica reached an agreement with a business delegation from Bahrain Thursday on exports of two tons of meat, meat and dairy products every other day to this Gulf ... More

Wine fair in Belgrade on February 21-24

International fair of wine and equipment for viticulture and viniculture dubbed BeoWine 2013 will be held at the Belgrade Fair on February 21-24, the organizers announced on Tuesday. This year's event will be held at the same ... More

Food-serving facilities to obtain halal certificates

Turkey’s standardization institution begins to provide halal service certificate to food producing and serving facilities that comply with Islamic rules Resturants, food factories and hotels should serve halal food, ... More

Unilever CEO pledges to PM that company will stay, boost presence on Greek market

Unilever international president and CEO Paul Polman reaffirmed to Prime Minister Antonis Samaras that the Anglo-Dutch food and detergent multinational will remain in and boost its presence in the Greek market, during a meeting ... More

FYRMacedonian wine promoted in Novi Sad

Seven Macedonian wineries, organised through the association "Wines of Macedonia" and supported by the Agency for Foreign Investments and Export Promotion, will present their wines at InterFest Wine Festival, which is being held ... More

Olive oil from Brac set to Europe

On the Dalmatian island of Brac, in cooperation with the Faculty of Agriculture in Zagreb, extensive research and inventory of indigenous varieties of olives has begun. The purpose of the project is to create a basis for ... More

Molson Coors Buys Bulgaria's Kamenitza, StarBev Breweries

The diverse brand portfolio of Bulgaria’s Kamenitza AD includes international Stella Artois, Staropramen and Becks and local Kamenitza, Astika, Burgasko, Pleven, Slavena. Photo by Denver-based Molson ... More