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Last year’s Tour de Farm was a great success – with more than 170 visitors.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Supporting smallholder farmers in Guatemala

Smallholder farming accounts for most of the agricultural production in Guatemala. Together with San Juan Agroexport, Bayer Food Chain Partnership supports growers both in and off the field, thereby improving their livelihood as well as promoting sustainable agriculture. »  more

Last year’s Tour de Farm was a great success – with more than 170 visitors.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Fruit Logistica 2017 – The highlight reel

“Everybody was happy and motivated,” says Ronald Guendel, Global Head of Food Chain Relations at Bayer Division Crop Science, about this year’s Fruit Logistica in Berlin. This video shows the highlights of the fair – and showcases how Food Chain Partnership connects the entire food value chain. »  more

Last year’s Tour de Farm was a great success – with more than 170 visitors.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Joining hands to bring innovation and sustainability in agriculture

At the GFIA Europe 2017, stakeholders along the value chain will discuss innovations in sustainable agriculture across all types of food production. The conference will take place on May 9 - 10, 2017 in Utrecht, Netherlands. In a special session, the Food Chain Partnership team will provide insights into its various initiatives and activities. »  more

Last year’s Tour de Farm was a great success – with more than 170 visitors.

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Tour de Farm 2017: Talking about sustainable potato farming

For the third year in a row, Farm Frites and Bayer will once again organize the Tour de Farm in Belgium and the Netherlands. On September 6 and 8, two local farmers will host the event, which will promote technologies for sustainable potato farming – and inspire dialog among stakeholders of the value chain. »  more

Philippe Binard, General Delegate of Freshfel Europe

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Sustainable table grape production in Greece

The Greek farming organization Pegasus Agrifood Coop, a Bayer Food Chain Partnership member, has developed a digital strategy to achieve a more efficient spraying application. The result is a higher percentage of marketable grapes. »  more

Philippe Binard, General Delegate of Freshfel Europe

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Secondary Standards Don’t Make Agriculture More Sustainable

The regulatory environment for food production in Europe is among the most stringent in the world. Some retailers have nevertheless developed secondary standards. These additional standards limit the use of plant protection products and disadvantage smallholder farmers without making agriculture more sustainable. »  more

Philippe Binard, General Delegate of Freshfel Europe

Thursday, April 13, 2017

“We need to take care of smallholder farmers”

Certification schemes help farmers around the world to access global markets. In this video, Flavio Alzueta, vice president and chief marketing officer at GLOBALG.A.P., talks about the importance of supporting smallholder farmers in their efforts to obtain certification — and how digital farming tools can reduce costs and increase the transparency of the supply chain. »  more

Philippe Binard, General Delegate of Freshfel Europe

Thursday, April 6, 2017

“Sustainability is no longer just a buzzword”

Stricter regulations from authorities, climate change, and consumers eating less fruit and vegetables – the fresh produce sector is facing a number of challenges. In this interview, Philippe Binard, General Delegate of Freshfel Europe, talks about possible solutions and why sustainability should not be used to gain competitive advantage. »  more

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Partnerships in agriculture are more important than ever

Sourcing sustainably grown food is a goal many distributors, retailers, and processors aim to reach — a common goal that has brought the global food chain closer together. »  more

Certification is a ticket to entry

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

“Certification is a ticket to entry”

Consumers want food that is both healthy and safe – and they want to know where it comes from. That is why European authorities have developed a number of regulations for the production of fruits and vegetables. Certification schemes enable farmers to comply with these requirements. In this video, experts from the value chain discuss why everyone benefits from certification. »  more

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Food Chain Partnership
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German Fruit & Vegetable Congress

Dusseldorf, September 21-22, 2017

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