Farm to Fork Strategy:
food system can bring environmental, health, and social benefits, offer economic gains and ensure that the recovery from the crisis puts us onto a sustainable path.
Ensuring a sustainable livelihood for primary producers, who still lag behind in terms of income, is essential for the success of the recovery and the transition. The Farm to Fork Strategy aims to accelerate our transition to a sustainable food system that should:
EU ORCHARDS CAMPAIGN
“EU Orchards of Taste – 101015762” is an AGRI-MULTI information project under the Regulation (EU) 1144/2014 of the European Parliament and the topic: Multi-C-2020 for information and promotion of fresh fruits in third countries (Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and South Korea).
The action concerns a basket of fresh fruits, specifically: kiwi, cherry, sour cherry, blueberries, apples, plums, peach, apricot and grapes.
The consortium is consisted by:
- Agios Loukas Agricultural Cooperation Rachi Pieria & O.P. from Greece – Coordinator
- Agrotikos Sinetairismos Sparagoparagogon Nestou from Greece – Partner
- Asociatia Organizatia Interprofesionala Nationala PRODCOM Legume Fructe from Romania – Partner
So why to choose European fruits from Greece and Romania?
• They are full in nutrients, freshness and all the great flavors of the European orchards.
How to consume:
You can enjoy the fresh European fruits from Greece and Romania in plenty of creative ways like in juices, in pastry, in breakfast, in pies, as snacks in school and work or in any other creative recipe you desire. In the frame of the above, the EU financed campaign "EU orchards" aims to increase the awareness and the consumption of the fresh European fruits from Greece and Romania to the consumers of Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Korea.