CAP funds help modernise production facilities for Italian artisanal food firm.
Projects & Practice
Young female entrepreneurs transition their family farm into a multifunctional operation promoting rural culture and tradition in Sardinia
The Circle moves from zero impact to a positive impact using aquaponics to produce high-quality sustainable food
Italian farmers join forces in new organics value chain.
CAP funds improve the climate resilience of a family farm’s organic fruit and nut products in the Slovenian alps.
A producer of organic arable crops used investment support from the Hungarian Rural Development Programme (RDP) to build an innovative storage facility and increase the competitiveness of his farm.
A family business focused on Sorghum cultivation used EAFRD support to set up their own mill and now supply high quality, gluten free Sorghum flour to the Hungarian market.
Investing in cutting edge production techniques (hydroponics in pots) allowed a farmer to fill a gap in the market increasing the availability of vegetables in winter, with minimal environmental impact.
Setting up a slaughterhouse on-site helped the beneficiary and other nearby organic lamb breeders to increase their profitability through direct marketing.
A young farmer created a new business model that combines organic farming and environmental protection with job creation and socially inclusive educational services.