"Increasing the value of agricultural products and promoting resource efficiency in processing"
Naturtrade Hungary Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. VP-3-4.2.1-15 "Increasing the value of agricultural products and promoting their resource efficiency in processing"submitted a tender within the framework of the tender scheme.
As part of the project, a flaking and flattening food industry technology, as well as a packaging machine line, will be purchased. The property serving as the site of the manufacturing activity will be renovated. Economy and cost-effectiveness are ensured by the solar panel system to be installed.
The development goal was based on the ever-increasing demand for flaked, flattened products with high biological value. This way, the product can be easily brought to market. The raw material itself is difficult to digest, but with the modern hydrothermal food industry processing technology we use, we get a flattened flaked product that is easier to digest. The products are gluten-free, so they can be consumed by people suffering from celiac disease, as well as by those who eat healthily and consciously and are looking for these reform products.
With the development, affordable quality and innovative product production are created - production, production and other technology costs are reduced, and new product types are introduced on the domestic and international market.
With flaking and solar panels, our resource efficiency also improves significantly, and we minimize production costs. And the planned modern technology also gives a market advantage in the area of production efficiency.
Naturtrade Hungary Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft. within the framework of the Rural Development Program HUF 97,893,335 is non-refundable received support.
Project identification number: 1772985663
Title of the project: Production of healthy food with flaking
The support content of the project: HUF 97,893,335; the amount of support is 50%
Planned completion date of the project: 2018.10.31.
The project is implemented within the framework of the Széchenyi 2020 program, with the support of the European Agricultural Rural Development Fund.