Last modified: June 22, 2020

AgriTradeNet (BSB 383) – Step by Step Guide: How to register on the Producers Database

22/06/2020

The Producers’ Database is an innovative tool that developed by the project Sustainable Agricultural Trade Network in Black Sea Basin – AgriTradeNet, in order to bring together local producers from the 6 partner countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine) and, more specifically, to increase exports, imports and trade communications overall of the project’s special selected products from each country.

The project’s special selected products are:

  • white cheese from Bulgaria
  • virgin olive oil from Greece
  • berries from Republic of Moldova
  • tomato from Romania
  • strawberries from Turkey
  • honey from Ukraine

To register your business and your product(s) in the database, please consider the guide elaborated by the project partnership and and fill in all the requested information HERE.

For technical support and any other information, please contact geanina.onodi@cciagl.ro.


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