Case studies in Serbia
POLO d.o.o. Čačak
POLO d.o.o. Čačak was founded in 1991 and is located in Zablaće near the city of Čačak.
The first activity of the company was the production and distribution of vinegar and acetic acid (essences), and this continues successfully. POLO Vinegar has become a recognizable product in stores.
Over the years, POLO has expanded its activities to the processing and preserving of fruits and vegetables using traditional processing technology. Today, POLO boasts a wide range of high quality products. POLO conserves peppers, beets, cucumbers, gherkins, produces fruit jams and marmalades, as well as dried fruits and vegetables, cocoa and cream products and chocolate for cooking.
Polo doo. has HACCP and FSSC 22000:2011 certificates. Today POLO sells its products on national and international markets such as in the USA, Canada and Sweden.
For more information about Polo products please visit: http://www.polo-cacak.com/proizvodi.php
Association of companies for processing of fruit and vegetables Kraljevo
Association of companies for processing of fruit and vegetables Kraljevo was founded in 2011 in the framework of the RESDP2 project “Increasing the competitiveness of the company for processing of fruits and vegetables through networking” and is located in the Regional chamber of commerce Kraljevo.
The Association is a non-governmental and non-profit network of entrepreneurs and companies from the sector of fruit, vegetable and forest mushrooms, associated to represent the members’ mutual interests, strengthen competitiveness and positioning on domestic and foreign markets, strengthen members’ capacity, and provide joint advertising and sales. The basic activity of Association members is processing and production of final fruit and vegetable products, as well as purchase, processing and production of final forest mushrooms and forest fruit products.
The Association has about 32 members - companies (SMEs) from Central and Western Serbia. Production of Association members includes; canned, dried and frozen fruits and vegetables, jams and spoon sweets, ajvar and pindjur (roasted pepper and eggplant spread), canned cultivated mushrooms (champignons), naturally pasteurised forest mushrooms, fruit juices and concentrates, fruit brandies, fruit vinegar, fruit cakes and pastries. The Association also organises trainings, workshops, food fairs, association meetings, visits to the country and abroad to fairs, exhibitions and other events.
For more information about Association please visit: http://preradjivacivocaipovrca.com/