Cooperatives are key players in the agricultural sector of The Netherlands. Cooperatives are major suppliers of feed and other farm inputs, they are the main processors of farm products, they take care of most the sales of horticultural products, and they are the main supplier of agricultural credit.
Alison Graham, the European Affairs Executive at Irish Co-operative Organization Society, spoke about the key features of agricultural cooperatives in Ireland at «Ypaithros Chora».
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Europe benefits from one of the best food safety systems in the world, supported by comprehensive scientific advice all along the food chain. As...
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Developments in the Rural Economy of Greece
|This following report comprises a review of the most important developments in the country’s rural economy.