Food processing : a possible strategy for Central and Eastern Europe

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Food Safety. Local transformation channels. Economic value chain

Central and Eastern Europe represents a very important agricultural territory, which produces enough food to be food sustainable. The global sanitary crisis has shaken the system and raised logistical challenges. The rise of sustainable agriculture and the European guidelines (Green New Deal) will offer new perspectives. 

  

What are the stakes of the food processing industry in the Central and Eastern Europe?  What strategy for the food industry in the future? 

  

Those were the topics of a round table composed of experts from the sector, dealing with main trends in food production and food processing in the region:  

  • Dominique SIGROS, Head of International Desk for Central & Eastern Europe in Austria, CA Group International Business Solutions 

  • Jakub OLIPRA, Macroeconomic Analysis Department CA Bank Polska 

  • Maxime BRIVOIS, General Manager ALEEGO RT 

  • Mary KENNY, Regional Initiative Delivery Manager on Agriculture Trade and Market Integration, FAO 

  • Marko MARIC, Executive Director Western Europe & Overseas, PODRAVKA Food Processing Industry Inc. 

  • Christophe RABATEL, CEO Carrefour Polska 

  • Dominique SIGROS, Head of International Desk for Central & Eastern Europe in Austria, CA Group International Business Solutions 

  

The webinar has been supported by Credit Agricole Group and CACIB, which have a large experience in agricultural business and have dedicated teams in Central and Eastern Europe in order to foresee, analyse and publish the trends to support the industry.  

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