Great news for producers of organic products and cereals!

On September 2 at 2:30 p.m. join the Export Talks: Trade Opportunities in the EU and Swiss food markets. It is an online event where you will receive a piece of practical advice from international consultants working in the EU and Swiss organic markets.

Main topics:

Prospects of Ukrainian organic food products in Europe;

Practical advice on exporting organic food products to the markets of Scandinavia, Switzerland, Germany and Austria;

Sales channels: a list of major retail chains in the selected market;

Terms of cooperation with retail chains;

Product packaging and labeling: current trends and prospects;

Volume and dynamics of organic retail markets for target countries;

The organic sector in Ukraine: domestic market, export volume, etc.;

Opportunities and threats of entering the target markets of organic food products.

Export Talks speakers:

Olga Gvozdiova, Advisor, SI “Entrepreneurship and Export Promotion Office;

Helle Fulglevig, Expert from Denmark, Owner, Market Select;

Toralf Richter, Senior Expert in Organic Market Development, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL, Switzerland);

Martin Pierl, Expert from Austria, Managing director, AVANTGARDE GmbH.

Date: September 2, 2021

Venue: online, Zoom

Languages: English and Ukrainian (without translation)

You need to be registered to attend the event.

Registration is open till 4 p.m., September 31, 2021:

You will receive a confirmation letter and Zoom link to the specified e-mail address on September 1.

Participation is free for registered participants.


“Ukrainian Organic Export Days” is implemented by the State Institution “Entrepreneurship and Export Promotion Office of Ukraine” and the Ukrainian Berries Association.

This event is held with the support of:

Switzerland within the framework of the Swiss-Ukrainian Program «Higher Value-Added Trade from the Organic and Dairy Sector in Ukraine» implemented by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL, Switzerland) in partnership with SAFOSO AG (Switzerland) and The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) through thе USAID Competitive Economy Program in Ukraine (CEP) and thе USAID’s Agriculture Growing Rural Opportunities Activity (AGRO) implemented by Chemonics International.