Organic Africa Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021

2021-02-04T11:41:00+00:00January 24th, 2021|Tags: , , , , , , , |

  Organic Africa Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021 The countdown for the Organic Africa Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021 has officially started! Organic Africa Digital Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021Countdown The meeting place for African exporters and BioFach visitors Every year, African exhibitors find new business opportunities with buyers, agents and partners at the Organic Africa Pavilion at BioFach. We conect high quality African organic suppliers with international markets. This year, Europe's largest organic fair will be held digitally and we will also join it with a digital Organic Africa Pavilion. Read this article to find out what the Organic [Read more]

BioTrade Asia Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021

2021-02-11T11:26:30+00:00January 20th, 2021|Tags: , , , , , |

  BioTrade Asia Digital Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021 The countdown for the BioTrade Asia Digital Pavilion has officially started! BioTrade Asia Digital Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021Countdown We are happy to share that the countdown to ProFounds BioTrade Asia Pavilion at BioFach eSpecial 2021 officially started! This year, Europe's largest organic fair will be held digitally and we will join with two digital pavilions: the BioTrade Asia Pavilion and the Organic Africa Pavilion. Read this article to learn what the new BioTrade Asia Pavilion is all about, who the co-exhbitors of the Pavilion are and what you can [Read more]

The market potential of Cameroon´s Penja pepper

2020-11-03T08:23:41+00:00November 2nd, 2020|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The market potential of Cameroon´s Penja Pepper Project update: Exporting Penja pepper from Cameroon to the United Kingdom and other European countries We recently completed our study on the market potential of Cameroon´s Penja pepper. In this blog, we share some insights from this study and highlight the main opportunities and challenges of the market. This study was assigned by the United Kingdom Trade Partnership Programme (UKTP) of the International Trade Centre (ITC). The main objective was to analyse the current and potential European and UK market for Penja Pepper. Beyond the study, we also focused on providing practical [Read more]

Re-enforcing Jatamansi trade in Nepal

2021-06-10T09:35:56+00:00October 18th, 2018|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The project “Succeeding with CITES: Sustainable and equitable Jatamansi trade from Nepal” was just launched in Kathmandu, Nepal. This project address the sustainability and legality of international trade of the medicinal plant Nardostachys grandiflora (Jatamansi). ProFound consultant Jolanda van Hal attended the launch: Great to see the strong support in Nepal from private sector companies and governmental organisations such as the Department of Plant and Resources and Ministry of Forests and Environment. This bodes well for our aim to develop equitable and sustainable Jatamansi trade from Nepal. At the launch, Dr. Bishwa Nath Oli, Secretary of the Ministry of Forests and Environment, [Read more]

Spices and herbs buyers stress the importance of sustainable sourcing

2017-06-21T13:19:44+00:00June 8th, 2017|Tags: , , |

At ProFound, we highly value direct contact with buyers. We use our extensive and international network of buyers and other industry experts to always know what’s going on in the market. ProFound consultant Sharifa Zaidi visited two spices and herbs companies, VNK Herbs and Euroma, to discuss the latest market developments. She will use these insights in the Spices and Herbs market analysis for CBI – Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries. See our Market Analysis solution for more information. Both VNK Herbs and Euroma confirmed our findings that sustainability is a key topic in the spices [Read more]

Offsetting carbon emissions in 2015

2019-04-16T14:51:00+00:00February 23rd, 2016|Tags: , |

Because we value sustainability, we offset the carbon emissions of our transport activities every year. We offset our emissions of 2015 by purchasing credits from a cook stove project in Ghana. This project supports the local production of energy-efficient cook stoves and distributes them to low-income households. The new stoves use less charcoal and wood, cook faster, lower carbon emissions and will result in healthier living conditions for the local population.