Lo­cal wine, nuts to be ex­ported to for­eign coun­tries

Azer News - - Front Page - By Narmina Mam­madova

SIAL Paris, one of the largest food ex­hi­bi­tions in Europe, has ended in Paris. The na­tional stand was pop­u­lar and the ex­hi­bi­tion brought Azer­bai­jan wor­thy con­tracts on the sup­ply of lo­cal goods to for­eign coun­tries.

Prod­ucts of 23 Azer­bai­jani com­pa­nies were rep­re­sented at the Made in Azer­bai­jan stand, Azer­bai­jan’s Econ­omy Min­istry said in a mes­sage on Oc­to­ber 30.

Na­tional prod­ucts at­tracted the at­ten­tion of vis­i­tors and for­eign com­pa­nies by its qual­ity and taste just like at pre­vi­ous ex­hi­bi­tions.

As part of the ex­hi­bi­tion, a pre­lim­i­nary agree­ment was reached on the ex­port of wine and other al­co­holic bev­er­ages of the Azer­bai­jani com­pany A+Co to Nor­way, as well as ex­port of the prod­ucts of the “Goy­gol Wine Fac­tory” to the U.S., Cam­bo­dia and China. Ne­go­ti­a­tions were held on the ex­port of prod­ucts of Azer­bai­jani com­pa­nies Az­nar and Agro-Az­er­in­vest to Brazil, Ukraine and Ger­many.

Tovuz Baltiya com­pany con­ducted ne­go­ti­a­tions with com­pa­nies from Ja­pan, Italy, China, Ro­ma­nia and Cam­bo­dia to ex­port its prod­ucts. In ad­di­tion, the Azer­bai­jani com­pany Mars-FK reached an agree­ment on ex­port­ing 36 tons of nuts to France, 18 tons to Dji­bouti and also 18 tons of nuts per week to Poland.

Mean­while, Kaslar com­pany has reached an agree­ment to ex­port 40 tons of nuts to Poland. In the near fu­ture, the ex­port of prod­ucts to the men­tioned coun­tries will be launched.

In ad­di­tion, an agree­ment was reached be­tween the Azer­bai­jani com­pany Eco-Dry and Al-Camil com­pany from Dji­bouti to sign an agree­ment on the ex­port of ap­ples. The com­pany Az­er­star, which pro­duces fruits and veg­eta­bles, reached an agree­ment to ex­port its prod­ucts to Rus­sia, Italy and France, while AZGranata com­pany reached an agree­ment to ex­port pome­gran­ate juice to Is­rael, the U.S., and pome­gran­ate wine to Spain.

Balkhurma com­pany con­tin­ues ne­go­ti­a­tions with whole­sale com­pa­nies in France, Por­tu­gal, Nether­lands, Ger­many, Switzer­land and Ro­ma­nia, as well as with Horeca chain of stores op­er­at­ing in Italy, Dubai, Egypt and Ja­pan, for the ex­port of its prod­ucts.

The ex­hi­bi­tion in Paris was at­tended by 7,020 com­pa­nies from 109 coun­tries.

Par­tic­i­pa­tion in the ma­jor food ex­hi­bi­tions is a valu­able tool for pro­mot­ing na­tional prod­ucts and in­creas­ing non-oil ex­port. Ex­port mis­sions is an­other way of at­tract­ing in­ter­est of for­eign com­pa­nies to the lo­cal prod­ucts.

Ear­lier, the prod­ucts of the Azer­bai­jani com­pa­nies in­cluded in the ex­port mis­sion caused great in­ter­est among Mon­go­lian com­pa­nies too.

Azer­bai­jani com­pa­nies Ab­sheron-Sharab, A+Co, Merit Brand, Sharg Ul­duzu, Agro-Az­er­in­vest, Aspi Agro, Az­eri met with the largest dis­trib­u­tor of wine prod­ucts in Mon­go­lia - World Wine LLC and Sansar chain stores. Pri­mary agree­ments were reached on the ex­port of Azer­bai­jani wines to Mon­go­lia, as well as on the ex­port of prod­ucts be­tween the Azer­bai­jani com­pany Aspi Agro and the Mon­go­lian com­pany World Wine.

An agree­ment on the sale of plant ex­tract was also reached be­tween the Azer­bai­jani com­pany Herba Flora and the Mon­go­lian com­pany Vi­talit In­vest.

The Azer­bai­jani com­pany Kon­firom and the Mon­go­lian com­pa­nies Shizhirzhin Group, Al­tan Jolo Im­pex, McN Ex­port ne­go­ti­ated on the ex­port of con­fec­tionery prod­ucts, Gi­lan FMCG and the Mon­go­lian Ver­tus Group and su­per­mar­ket chain Sansar - on the ex­port of fruit juices and canned prod­ucts.

The open­ing of trad­ing houses is one of the sig­nif­i­cant events car­ried out within the frame­work of ex­pand­ing the ex­port of Azer­bai­jani prod­ucts and pro­mot­ing the Made in Azer­bai­jan brand.

Ear­lier, agree­ments were reached with a Chi­nese com­pany sell­ing al­co­holic bev­er­ages, as they liked Azer­bai­jani wines for their taste and prices. As a re­sult, Azer­bai­jani pav­il­ion was opened in the Chi­nese city of Luzhou in late Septem­ber.

To­day, trad­ing houses of Azer­bai­jan are open in Be­larus, Latvia and Ukraine. Un­til the end of 2018, it is planned to open trade and wine houses in the UAE, Rus­sia, Poland and Kaza­khstan.

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