News Archive

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Transferring knowledge to 1,000 farmers

A lack of knowledge is one of the biggest problems for farmers in developing countries. That is why Bayer, through Food Chain Partnership, supports farmers in building capacity and implementing good agricultural practices to obtain the necessary certification – for example by organizing BayG.A.P. facilitator training in Vietnam. »  more

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Counting on safe food

There are lots of ways to buy fruits and vegetables. You can get them at the grocery store, online, at the farmers’ market, or at a local roadside stand. But still consumers worry about food safety and things like pesticide residue. »  more

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Supporting African farmers in their pursuit of happiness

Many farmers in Africa have only limited knowledge of good agricultural practices and lack access to proper seeds, equipment, and crop protection products. Food Chain Partnership supports growers in improving their business. »  more

Friday, September 14, 2018

Alliances are strengthening the farm industry

Building sound alliances has never been more fundamental to agriculture than it is today. Farmers in the Dominican Republic have always had a deeply rooted tradition of cooperation and applying integrated solutions – an approach that has served them well in the past. »  more

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Talking about bananas from Ecuador

Ecuador is the largest exporter of bananas in the world. We talked to Jose Dominguez, a member of Bayer’s Fruits and Vegetables division for Latin America, and Ana Paulina Posso, part of the Marketing Division at Bayer in Ecuador, about food security, sustainability measures, and how to improve banana production. »  more

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Why we should eat more fruit and vegetables

Consumers have many safe and nutritious food choices available. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) advises people to make healthy food choices from all five food groups to get the recommended nutrients. »  more

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Working together with Solidaridad in Mexico

Sugar cane is one of the most important crops in Mexico due to its economic and social relevance. Mexico has an estimated 180,000 sugar cane farmers, most of whom are smallholder farmers working at low productivity and living in extreme poverty. »  more

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Co-developing a new tool to professionalize agriculture

Bayer has teamed up with SCOPEinsight, IFC, and CNFA to develop a new assessment tool that measures the level of professionalism of suppliers who provide input to farmers. The Food Chain Partnership team works together with agricultural distributors to give farmers the right tools to meet the requirements of the value chain. »  more

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Agriculture is key to the development of the Americas

The Inter American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) is an institution committed to agricultural development and rural well-being. In this interview, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, talks about his vision for the Americas. »  more

Friday, August 3, 2018

Where does chocolate come from?

Whether it’s a brownie, a cocoa drink or a chocolate bar – almost everybody likes chocolate. In 2017, according to the International Cocoa Organization, around 7.6 million tons of retail chocolate confectionery was consumed worldwide. But where does cocoa come from? »  more

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Food Chain Partnership
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Fax: +49 2173 38 33 83

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