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Farmers from Vinnytsia region in Ukraine will export onions to Saudi Arabia

The “Organic D” farm from Vinnytsia region (Ukraine) plans to export onions to Saudi Arabia, AgroTimes reports based on Vinnitsa.Info.

“We cooperate with various companies that help us access markets, with the European funds aid. We had several negotiations with large buyers from Saudi Arabia who are interested in Ukrainian products, – the head of the farm Vadim Krychkovsky said. “After assessing our potential and the requirements of global legislation, we decided to export onions. Other crops that we grow – potatoes, carrots may spoil if sent washed.”

According to the head, there were certain conditions for packaging. Onions should be in a three-kilogram package, branded. There are also conditions for a minimum batch.

“We have already passed all the stages. We have a company in Vinnytsia that plans to build a platform to load containers directly in Vinnytsia, and they will be sent to Saudi Arabia. They provide logistics,” Vadim Krichkovsky said.

The farm has a Global G.A.P certificate. Last year, the company produced 600 tons of onions, 3 thousand tons of carrots, 500 tons of beets and 400 tons of potatoes.


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