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Beez Neez Wraps

Malta

Beez Neez wraps are used to preserve and cover food like fruits and vegetables, cheese, rolls, sandwiches, wraps and for storing herbs and lettuce. The wraps can also be used to cover bowls and plated leftovers, fermenting jars, bouqets of flowers and much more. They are also perfect for kid's lunchboxes. Uses are not limited to the kitchen, they are endless. Our aim is to stop single use plastics by replacing them with practical and healthy solutions. Each Beez Neez wrap is handmade in Malta with 100% certified food safe ingredients.

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Equitrade Ltd

Malta

Equitrade Ltd has been operating since 1991. We are wholesalers and retail distributors for horse equipment, horseshoes, feed supplements and veterinary pharmaceuticals for all animals. We have 2 points of sale, one equine shop and a veterinary pharmacy adjacent to the horse shop by the racecourse in Marsa. Apart from horse pharmaceuticals and equipment we also supply vaccines and pharmaceuticals for pigeons, rabbits, dogs, cats and pigs, supplements for farm animals and products for bee production.

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Frottartna

Malta

Frottartna was established in 2010 to market high quality fresh fruit and vegetables. By understanding the needs of the consumer and having an eye for business opportunities the company has furthered its activities and invested in premises and technologies to produce ready-for-use fruit and vegetables. In 2013, the company teamed up with a group of local farmers to pack their fruit and vegetables and is now producing various ready for use products. Through the years, Frottartna managed to archive standards to make sure that each item produced is safe for the customer.

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Għaqda Bdiewa Attivi

Malta

The Għaqda Bdiewa Attivi is a Non-Governmental Organization made up of farmers actively and commercially involved in crop production. It promotes the participation of these farmers in regional, national and international fora and lobbies and liaises for their interests with political, commercial and other stakeholders. The main aim of the organization remains the assistance of the active farmer in his/her work so that this group of people will continue producing fresh and nutritious food for the Maltese society.

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Kordin Grain Terminal

Malta

Completed in 1985 and refurbished in 1993, the Kordin Grain Terminal is located in the natural deep-draught Valletta Grand Harbour at Laboratory and Magazine Wharves. The Kordin facility is therefore placed in a most strategic location for the handling, storage and transhipment of all types of free flowing grains such as wheat, maize and barley reaching the Mediterranean from the main grain producing countries. Kordin Grain Terminal is the sole grain terminal operating in Malta. Grain cargoes in bulk are discharged from sea going vessels and stored in purposely built silo bins. The Terminal handles cargoes intended for local use and transhipment, the difference in operation is that cargoes for transhipment are loaded back on sea going vessels and cargoes for local use are loaded on trucks for local consumption.

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Maria Rosa Wine Estate

Malta

A lifelong dream first established in 2006 by Joseph Fenech, the Maria Rosa winery has grown into a well-loved family business. Mr Fenech grew up watching his father make wine, so it became his lifelong dream to follow in his footsteps. Now, the Marija Rosa Wine Estate – which is named after Joseph’s wife – is the culmination of that dream. Though the whole family is very much involved in the day-to-day running of the estate, it is now run by experienced estate manager Joe Walker. The Vineyards The emphasis at Maria Rosa is on quality not quantity, and the team chooses to limit production to just under 20,000 bottles per year. The winery produces three types of wines, namely Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Sirakuzan. Maria Rosa also recently launched its new Sarosa Wine, a delicious variety that is unique to the Maltese market because it is a white wine made from a red grape. These wines are for sale at the winery in limited numbers. In addition to wine, the Estate also produces delicious and pure extra virgin olive oil that is also grown and pressed within Maria Rosa itself. All wines produced are made from grapes grown on the Estate and not other third-party grapes are mixed with any of our wines. The grapes are collected manually when they are mature and are processed the traditional method of premium wine making.

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Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology (MCAST)

Malta

The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) provides universally accessible vocational and professional education and training with an international dimension, responsive to the needs of the individual and the economy. Established in 2001, MCAST is the country’s leading vocational education and training institution. With six Institutes in Malta and the Gozo Campus, MCAST offers 180 full-time and over 300 part-time vocational courses ranging from certificates to Master’s degrees (MQF Level 1 to Level 7). The Centre for Agriculture, Aquatics and Animal Sciences provides training in horticulture, animal care and management as well as fish management and prepares students for careers in the management and care of plant nurseries, garden design, landscaping and cash crops, in the care and management of domestic, exotic and farm animals and in aquaculture, fisheries and other related subjects.

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Malta Dairy Products LTD

Malta

Malta Dairy Products Ltd. is the leading dairy producer on the Maltese Islands. The Company (which forms part of KPH Group Ltd.) processes, packs and distributes fresh milk and milk products under the brand name ‘Benna’. All of Benna products are made from pasteurised milk originating solely from local dairy farms. Since the milk is ‘fresh’, it is not sterilised but simply pasteurised to retain its fresh taste and nutritious properties. Malta Dairy Products Ltd. today produces a vast range of Benna dairy products, including fresh milk, yogurts, fresh cream, ġbejniet, irkotta, mozzarella, as well as lactose free products.

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Ministry for European Affairs and Equality (MEAE)

Malta

The Managing Authority (MA), within the Funds and Programmes Division (FPD), is the entity responsible for the implementation of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) funded through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). The RDP sets out priorities and actions to meet the needs of the specific geographical area it covers. There are various measures targeting different parts of the rural and agricultural sectors including young farmers, land-based measures, investments measures for farmers and processors amongst others.

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Mġarr Farms

Malta

With a lifetime of generations, we specialize in the growing of fresh fruit & vegetables. Apart from our produce, we source locally and from across the world to offer our clients an extraordinary range of fruit and vegetables of extreme high standards. All fruit is graded and only the selected is used to supply our customers. With our website www.mgarrfarms.com we are offering you to free you trouble in going from store to store and trying to find fresh fruit and vegetables for your family. We can assure that we do all the work for you so you can enjoy more free time for yourselves.

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The Energy & Water Agency

Malta

The Energy & Water Agency dedicates a significant share of its resources to the annual execution of planned budgetary and manifesto measures, together with the carrying out of the respective EU Acquis. This means the implementation of legislation and policies related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, electricity and gas security of supply, the internal energy market, water demand management and sustainability of the water supply-base.

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The Public Abattoir

Malta

The Public Abattoir provides services related to the slaughter for cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, and horses. This involves multiple processes: an ante-mortem inspection by a Vet to assess the animal’s suitability for slaughter and eventual human consumption, slaughtering of such animals in a humane manner in line with international animal welfare standards, basic processing such as de-hiding and removal of intestines, tests on each carcass, cutting and deboning of carcasses in a separate hall; the dispatch of carcases to butcher shops or meat processors; and disposal or recovery of animal by-products. Carcasses are also classified to ascertain the quality of their meat.

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Ramla Valley

Gozo

Ramla Valley is a family run country estate situated in the fertile valley of Ramla l-Hamra bay, in Nadur on the island of Gozo, Malta. Our family has been working these fields from one generation to another for many years. Till this very day, we cultivate the fields in a traditional way, and we produce a variety of local artisan products known for their distinct flavour and character due to the quality of sand found in the valley. At Ramla Valley we produce Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) from our groves and other homemade delicacies from the products in our fields. Our EVOO is a robust Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It is harvested by hand with the use of pneumatic combs. We take care that all the olives are cold pressed on the same day of collection solely by mechanical means. This ensures the fragrant aroma and rich taste of 100 per cent unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Our EVOO flavour notes of grass, artichoke and green apple with a peppery finish. Apart from our International Award winning EVOO, we also produce aromatic extra virgin olive oils which include Basil, Chili, Rosemary, Garlic, Lemon, and Bay leaf. We have a selection of other traditional homemade delicacies using solely on site grown ingredients such as honey, carob syrup, homemade jams, local olives, capers, sundried tomatoes, kunserva, as well as seasonal fruits especially sweet oranges from our groves. One can book a guided tour and tasting of oils at our estate by appointment.

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National Statistics Office

Malta

National Statistics Office (NSO) Malta has the responsibility for the collection, compilation and dissemination of official statistics in many different domains. The NSO is the executive arm of the Malta Statistics Authority established by the Malta Statistics Authority Act of 2000. The NSO carries out several nationwide statistical inquiries. Among them is the Census of Agriculture held every ten years, with the upcoming edition due in the current year. Census of Agriculture 2020 will gather relevant information on all local farmers, breeders, beekeepers and enterprises that are active in one or more agricultural activities, as prescribed in EU Regulation 2018/1091 of the European Parliament and the Council.

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AquaBioTech Group

Malta

AquaBioTech Group is an international consulting company located on the island of Malta, operating globally with clients and projects in over fifty-five countries. The company undertakes a variety of aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic environmental projects through its regional offices and selected partners throughout the world. The work carried out encompasses aquaculture developments, environmental surveying, market research and project feasibility, research and development, technology sourcing and technical support and training.

Fisheries and Aquaculture

Smina Poultry Products

Malta

Our vision is to be a leading and highly regarded food company. We are committed in providing fresh high quality locally farmed poultry to all customers. At SMINA, we promise that all of our products are 100% natural chicken, 100% fresh and delicious, locally produced with no added water or other ingredients.

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Merill Rural Network

Malta

The Merill Rural Network is an initiative which aims to empower the local rural community by bringing together a number of farmers and artisans from all over the Maltese Islands. The social enterprise strives to create awareness about local agriculture, revive traditions, and empower the rural community to diversify their income in a sustainable manner. Organised visits and excursions, give the network members an opportunity to make use of their venues, products and services to offer new experiences to locals and tourists. All the farmers and artisans in the network are a precious resource for the enterprise since they provide its guests with unique venues and genuine products. In return, the organisation provides them with a structured platform which values their skills, their hard work and their produce.

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Malta Youth in Agriculture (MaYA) Foundationn

Malta

MaYA was officially recognised and registered as a Voluntary Organisation in December 2013. All of the organisation’s supporters have a genuine interest in the agricultural sector of Malta and it is open to young farmers as well as youths studying or working in agriculture. The main objectives of the organisation is to protect and ensure the best interests of young farmers in the Maltese Islands on legislative, competitive and marketing fronts. The foundation aims to promote all aspects of sustainable and diversified agriculture in the Maltese Islands by encouraging cooperation between stakeholders on matters affecting the Maltese agriculture. Specific actions spearheaded by MaYA include the promotion of concepts such as fairly-priced, quality agricultural products and services on the Maltese market place and fostering cordial relations amongst young farmers, in Malta and in the EU.

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Greenview Co Ltd

Malta

For more than 25 years, Greenview has been supplying the local growers with a selection of peat based substrates and growers’ pots. Our main brands are Klasmann Deilmann and TEKU by Poepplemann. We provide technical support to our clients through constant contact with experts in France as well as on site visits whenever possible. Our goal is healthy plant growth. With our growing media, we help safeguard both the optimum development of crops in commercial horticulture and the success of our customers. With our pots, we offer a wide range of sizes at advantageous prices. We look forward to meeting you at the Agrifair.

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Federated Mills Plc

Malta

Federated Mills is a wheat flour mill. It was created in 1994 after the amalgamation of 6 small mills that use to operate in the island. The main product of Federated Mills is wheat flour tighter with other related products. It suppliers to the major players in in thee baking industry and s also exports to foreign markets It prides itself with producing good quality wheat flour products for all its client groups including bakeries, pastizzerias, confectioners, restaurants and other industrial food manufacturers.

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Agriculture and Rural Payments Agency

Malta

ARPA's Vision involves the following: A catalyst towards maximising the benefits from the Common Agricultural Policy. Objective of ARPA include: • operate an effective administrative set-up • Ensure an efficient, effective and timely processing of claims • Attain effective control procedures that would ensure that there is no risk to the Community Funding • Provide accurate and timely information to the Commission, the local entities and to the farming community. Mission Statement of ARPA involves : "The Agriculture and Rural Payments Agency’s mission is to serve as a customer focused organization delivering a quality service which includes the timely processing of payments and receipts, ensuring compliance with EU rules and regulations and disseminating relevant information to the farming community."

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Mgarr Farmers Cooperative Society Ltd

Malta

The Mgarr Farmers Cooperative was formed in 1947 and has around 170 members who are all farmers of this vicinity. Once a year, an AGM is held where these same farmers elect from among them that year’s management committee. The cooperative’s centre is situated at Żebbiegħ and contains a shop from where farming goods can be bought, as well as a bar and a hall to be used for meetings. The products that the farmers produce most in this area are strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, cabbages, cauliflowers, broccoli, eggplants and lettuce. Strawberry growing is synonymous with the Cooperative and The Strawberry Fest is organized in Mgarr yearly on a national scale.

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We Are Water

Malta

WAW represents the push towards better access to potable water through the use of multiple water dispensing points. All points are connected to the municipal supply of water to provide on-the-go filtered, cold water. WAW aims to change the way people consume water by providing a sustainable alternative to bottled water, thus minimizing the use of single-use plastic. By doing so, WAW promotes a healthier lifestyle. This positions WAW as the ideal choice for indoor and outdoor public spaces and business hubs. WAW is the future – We Are Water

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Vincent's Eco Estate

Malta

We are a sustainable ecological and fully certified organic farm producing a comprehensive range of organic fruits, vegetables and processed vegetarian products such as olive oil and conserves.

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Valle del miele

Malta

Valle is a Maltese company whose main line of business is processing, marketing and wholesaling of locally bred chicken. The company whose first operations date back to 1996 was set up with the ambitious aim of producing the best quality chicken on the island. Indeed, it did. It only took the company a couple of years to invest in a new modern chicken processing plant, which contributed to its market growth. The processing plant was recently extended and renovated to the highest modern standards.

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Talpé Ltd

Malta

Our vision is to merge traditional farming with processing to provide our customers a genuine land to hand experience. We grow the key ingredients used in our products and we specialise in the cultivation of chili. We where probably the first in Malta to blend chili with various crops and fruits and commercialise it, creating a unique culinary journey for our customers. This is the work of a local artisan driven by passion for farming and motivated by innovation. Thank you for supporting a local Artisan.

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Malta Beekeepers Association

Malta

The Malta Beekeepers’ Association [MBA] is a Voluntary Organisation with over 100 members with the following aims: To protect, enhance and coorinate the interest of beekeepers. Aiding the protection of local production of honey and other related bee products. Enhancing the appreciation of the honey bee with the heneral public. Notifying the government and other authorities with the difficulties encountered and to submit problem solving proposals. Another aim of the MBA is to encourage the conservation of the Maltese honeybee (Apis mellifera ruttneri). In 2019, the MBA was successful in attracting to Malta the bi-annual symposium of the International Honey Commission.

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Verdalat

Malta

Verdalat has been set up by Mr. Chris Zahra to produce high quality Maltese cheeselets. It has been set up over 80 years ago as a family artisan business since the family raised sheep. Verdalat produces fresh plain cheeses, dried and peppered cheeselets to be packed and sold in supermarkets and open stores both packed and loose.

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Office of The Commissioner for Animal Welfare

Malta

The role of the Office of the Commissioner for Animal Welfare emanates from Article 44A of Chapter 439, the Animal Welfare Act. The responsibilities of the office are primarily to monitor the function of the two Directorates of Animal Welfare, mainly, the Department of Animal Welfare and the Veterinary Regulation Directorate. Besides, other responsibilities include; the promotion of animal protection, the formulation of recommendations to the Minister in relation to legal amendments; and the investigation of reports received from the public related to the functions of animal welfare departments. The promotion is made throughout the year, in all primary state schools, as well as in several church and independent schools. Year 6 students in primary institutions are given a lesson about the obligations, laws and regulations concerning domestic, farm and exotic animals. At the end of the lesson students are also given an educational book published by the Office of the Commissioner for Animal Welfare. The promotion is also carried out in youth organizations, local councils and nursing homes.

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