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Investment opportunity Artemision walnut farm Greece

Artemision Agriculture SA is the leading Greek organic walnut producer and trader. Family-owned since inception in 2005, located on the Artemision plain of Northern Evia facing the island of Skiathos and the wind-swept Mount Olympus to the NE, it nourishes and harvests 1,150 organic walnut trees as well as a good number...
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Exports of small food producers – challenges and opportunities

What are the main barriers for small f&b producers to develop exports? One main barrier of course is the money, as exports require a minimum budget, independently from the size of a company. Many costs are not elastic, which means that the financial burden for a small company is very...
Growth in the Global F&B Market

Finding Pockets of Growth in the Global F&B Market

The global food industry has seen steady yet slow growth for many years, forcing companies to seek new opportunities in a low growth environment. What is widely accepted though is that pockets of growth can still be found in a generation of innovators, whether they deal in traditional products...
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Interview With An Owner: The Plant Cafe

Motivated by the results he and his family saw after a health retreat, Matthew Guelke joined forces with Mark Lewis to create the Plant Café to provide clean food made with 100% organic ingredients.
Benchmarking In Exports

Benchmarking In Exports

A company who wants to enter successfully a new market has to communicate clearly its unique selling points in order to get the attention of potential partners. This cannot be done based on vague estimations, but in relation to the existing competition in the target market. The...

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