The number of final consumers playing an active and conscious role in traceable and sustainable products is growing. On an international scale, several surveys are recording the same trend of responsible and aware purchasing, with the result that the supply chains are required to adapt and provide stronger guarantees of transparency.
Cereal Docks brings its committment to the traced and sustainable supply chains to European Commodities Exchange 2019, the international stock exchange for those involved in the production, processing and marketing of agricultural commodities (Vienna, 17th and 18th October 2019).
New growth prospects for Cereal Docks Organic, part of the Cereal Docks Group focused on organic production: as of 1st August 2019, it has been managing the production plant in via Cappafredda in Roverchiara (VR) under a lease of a business branch.
The revamping in Fiorenzuola d’Arda (Piacenza), a plant founded in the 1970s as the logistics centre of a local feed company, was recently completed. It was purchased in 2009 by Cereal Docks aiming to turn it to a strategic commercial hub in the heart of the Po Valley.
“Back to Earth”: this is the vision Cereal Docks adopts to re-launch its commitment to sustainable supply chains, renewing its alliance with the key player in quality and environmentally friendly agriculture: the farmer. This is why it is important to give farmers an identity, to enhance their work, their experience and, above all, their ability to take care of the land, the fertility of soil, the safeguard of hydro-geological balances and biodiversity.
On 17th and 18th October 2019, Cereal Docks will be present as gold sponsor at the 2019 edition of the European Commodities Exchange, the international stock exchange for those involved in the production, processing and marketing of agricultural commodities.
Cereal Docks’ presence in the European market grows stronger thanks to a new and important certification the plants in Camisano Vicentino and Portogruaro acquired.
The former Pansac plant in Summaga, Portogruaro, opens up solid prospects for a fresh start. In recent days, in fact, the acquisition of the industrial site by Cereal Docks Spa has been finalised. Cereal Docks Spa, is an agri-food group based in Vicenza, active in the first processing of cereals and oilseeds for applications in the livestock, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and technical sectors.
A new management for COCERAL. The European association representing the sector of supply, distribution, import and export of agricultural raw materials, has elected the new president and the two deputies with a two-year mandate 2019-2021. Philippe Mitko, from InVivo presides over the project, while Giorgio Dalla Bona, CEO of Cereal Docks International was elected to the vice-chairmanship together with Zsolt Kocza from Cargill.
The final day of the Cereal Docks acceleration program at the FoodTech Accelerator DEMODAY is just a few days away. In partnership with Amadori and Finiper, and with the support of Deloitte Officine Innovazione, the program aims to develop actual projects to reinvent the Food, AgriFood and Retail sectors.
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