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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

French fries - from farm to fork

Tasty fries and potato specialties are increasing in popularity all over the world. However, it takes many steps before the products are ready for consumption. These photos show step-by-step how Farm Frites, a potato processor and member of Bayer Food Chain Partnership, ensures high-quality potato production. »  more

Table grapes are a highly sensitive fruit that spoils easily.

Monday, October 24, 2016

How to find a common standard

Promoting good agricultural practices requires standardization and certification. But who defines the standards and framework for certification systems? Dr. Arnd Nenstiel, Global Head of Agricultural Policy and Stakeholder Affairs at Bayer, was a panelist at this year’s GLOBALG.A.P. Summit in Amsterdam, where he focused on whether or not governments should regulate private sector standards. We talked to him after the panel discussion about the need for more public-private collaboration and the BayG.A.P. Service Program. »  more

Table grapes are a highly sensitive fruit that spoils easily.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

“Conventional agriculture is viable”

The HFFA Research GmbH recently published a study comparing the impact of conventional farming against organic farming on biodiversity in Germany. In the following interview, Steffen Noleppa, the corresponding author of the study, talks about why organic farming is not better than conventional farming and why ideological fronts need to be broken down. »  more

Presenting Food Chain Partnership and BayG.A.P. in Amsterdam: Ronald Guendel, Birte Tschentke, Lena Sczepanik and Arnd Nenstiel

Friday, October 7, 2016

Enabling farmers to get certified

When food chain experts from around the world gather in Amsterdam to talk about latest trends in good agricultural practices, it is time for the GLOBALG.A.P. Summit. Among the participants was Bayer, which presented its Food Chain Partnership and BayG.A.P. Service Program. »  more

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

“Traceability is an important sales argument”

How can traceability be guaranteed along the entire value chain? This was one of the hottest topics at the German Fruit & Vegetable Congress (Deutscher Obst & Gemüse Kongress) in Düsseldorf, Germany. Bayer Food Chain Partnership showcased its initiative and took advantage of the opportunity to have many valuable discussions. »  more

Ronald Guendel, Global Head of Food Chain Relations at Bayer.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Step by step: Moving forward toward safe and sustainable agriculture

Consumers worldwide want to be sure that the food they eat is healthy and safe. That’s why more and more retailers are requiring their suppliers to provide certifications. But this is a dilemma for many producers, especially those in emerging countries. They are not able to achieve the required standards, but they cannot access the market without certification. This is exactly where the new BayG.A.P. service program comes into play. »  more

Thursday, September 8, 2016

“Consumers demand more flavor every day”

Gregorio Aznar represents the second generation in his family business Antas Export in Almería, Spain. He followed his father and uncle who had started the business more than ten years ago. In 2013, he started working with Food Chain Partnership. “We’ve got several farms. In total we’ve got around 215 ha and 35 people working for us – and we produce around 15 million kg of citrus,” says Gregorio. Why did he decide to join Food Chain Partnership? “Retailers demand higher quality every day, consumers demand more flavor,” he says. “And all of them demand less chemicals in our products.” Watch the full video and find out how certifications and the Bayer Food Chain Partnership support have helped Antas Export: »  more

Jolanda Wijsmuller is Food Chain Manager at Bayer Netherlands.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Supporting sustainable agriculture in Belgium and the Netherlands

What can farmers do to avoid emissions, erosion and run-off? At last month’s Tour de Farm we talked to Dirk Baets, Sustainable Development Manager at Bayer Belgium, and Jolanda Wijsmuller, Food Chain Manager at Bayer Netherlands. It turns out, there’s a variety of sustainable agricultural measures available – and Bayer assists farmers to get these projects off the ground. »  more

Table grapes are a highly sensitive fruit that spoils easily.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Less fruit loss in South Africa

Grapes are a highly sensitive fruit that spoils easily. To improve the quality and shelf life of its table grapes and become more sustainable in its operations, the Fruit Farm Group South Africa joined forces with Bayer in a Food Chain Partnership project – with great success. »  more

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Small seeds, great expectations

Bayer’s vegetable seed business is offering over 1,200 varieties in 24 vegetable crops, supplying customers all around the globe under the brand name Nunhems. Since every market and every customer is different, the crop specialists are experts when it comes to addressing the needs of growers and food chain partners. In fact, their services go far beyond simply supplying seeds. »  more

Bayer Division Crop Science

Food Chain Partnership
Phone: +49 2173 38 48 28
Fax: +49 2173 38 33 83

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