Selene Caragnano · 30 September 2017
We are starting our overseas export season for grapes, apples, pears, stonefruit and kiwifruit.
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Selene Caragnano · 29 September 2017
The Food Safety and IFS and BRC standards training course ended with the on-site visit, with teacher Dr. Marco Montanari of Anima Mundi, and the sales staff of NCX Drahorad that for a few days has become a group of students interested in learning.
After a first date of theoretical training, the class moved to Enzo Muratori srl in Vignola where theoretical concepts became concrete reality.
We saw with our own eyes all the most important standards and procedures that define a company able to guarantee and certify compliance with international food safety standards.
We especially thank Davide for coming with us, Marco, who opened us his company, and the founder Enzo Muratori (93 years) who brought us a concrete case for such a complex and important subject.Continue reading
Thomas Drahorad · 22 May 2017
Check out some pictures of how the fruit looks like now.
Selene Caragnano · 5 April 2017
Global air shipments have increased by 3,8% in 2016 and Italian fruit & vegetable industry aligns to this trend, which will lead to new opportunities for Italian exporters and increasingly demanding global markets.
NCX Drahorad is focused on developing its business activity in this top-class (both for quality and service) branch as well.
Demand from Middle East, South America, Asia and North America is increasing.Continue reading
Thomas Drahorad · 23 March 2017
The UK market has been so far the main source of growth for the European blueberry growers. And the consumption is still growing (turnover +10,3% YOY).
The specialists see a bright future for blueberries in UK, with some analysts predicting a 62% volume growth by 2021.
The growth is the result of a mix of promtional activities, quality assurance, market segmentation (organic, size differentiation) and flexibility on the packaging.Continue reading