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Dutch and Polish Importers and Journalists Very Impressed by Macedonian Wines; Orders Forthcoming

As part of the process of developing an Export Marketing Plan for Macedonian
Wines, jointly supported by AgBiz and CBI (Centre for Promotion of Import
from Developing Countries), winery representatives and other
participating stakeholders identified the Polish and Dutch markets as having
particularly good prospects...

 

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Macedonian Agribusinesses Sell Products Worth EU500,000 to CEFTA Customers

Macedonia's business integration into Europe depends on the ability of local
companies to meet EU product standards and to strengthen their competiveness,
as well as on the ability of the Government of Macedonia (GoM) to
create an environment that supports a fully functional market economy similar
to that of Europe...

 

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AgBiz Supports Fresh Produce Exporters to Build Their Own Legacy

The Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (FF&V) Value Chain (VC) makes a very significant annual contribution to Macedonian export sales, both in volume and value. USAID's AgBiz Program recognized the export potential of this value chain, but also identified a number of weaknesses, including a lack of cooperation and a functional organization to serve the needs of VC participants...

 

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Macedonia Produces High Class Table Grapes

AgBiz is assisting Macedonian agribusiness value chains with good export growth potential to understand market demand and make their products more competitive on export markets!

 

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Investing in Organic Pays Off

AgBiz is assisting Macedonian agribusiness value chains with good export growth potential to understand market demand and make their products more competitive on export markets!

 

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Macedonian Processed Vegetables Exporters Successfully Market their Products in Canada

Exports of Macedonian processed vegetable products to Canada are currently small, but important.According to the World Trade Organization, Canada is one of the world’s ten largest importers of processed vegetables. Canada’s openness to imports and impressive record of economic growth cause it to be a very attractive market for processed vegetable exporters...

 

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Better Quality Table Grapes for Increased Exports

Jordancho Gjorchev, the sales manager of Goce Delchev “Tikvesh”, the leading table grape producer, marketer and exporter in Kavadarci, a town in Tikvesh region of Macedonia, recalls the former process of grape handling and marketing to buyers in ex-Yugoslav markets...

 

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EU Market Demands Macedonian Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

Desirable fruit and vegetables, such as cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers andpeppers grow in abundance in Macedonia. Current markets for these products are mainly ex-Yugoslav countries, but this is slowly changing. In thepast few years, markets in other countries, particularly multi-unit retail chaincountries are changing their habits. This was a big challenge for Macedonian fresh vegetable exporters since they have been exporting mostly in bulk, but during the last couple of years have started to export in retail packs...

 

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Good Relations with Growers Assures Vivi Prom’s Sustainable Exports


Desirable fruit and vegetables, such as cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers andpeppers grow in abundance in Macedonia. Current markets for these products are mainly ex-Yugoslav countries, but this is slowly changing. In thepast few years, markets in other countries, particularly multi-unit retail chaincountries are changing their habits. This was a big challenge for Macedonian fresh vegetable exporters since they have been exporting mostly in bulk, but during the last couple of years have started to export in retail packs...

 

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Enhancing Macedonia’s Premium Wines


Introduction of oak aging facilities and technology helps Bovin expand its line of high quality wines

Bovin was the first private-owned winery in Macedonia, and was established in 1998 when it sold 120,000 bottles of high quality white and red wines. Over the next decade Bovin raised its capacity to one million litters. However, to enhance its image and product range, the winery needed to further expand its facilities and introduce oak aging technology. This would enable adding more value to Bovin’s premium wines, enhancing the company’s competitiveness and increasing their exports...

 

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