Greece, Spain & Canada

Greece

Thanks to its hot, sunny summers and mild winters, Greece supports over 100 olive varietals and other sun-soaked savoury fruits such as peppers and tomatoes.

Spain

Southern Spanish cuisine features spiced dishes that include olives, chicken, artichokes, even beef and seafood. Spain is also renowned for its specialty in tapas, a global favourite.

Canada

With a wide range of climates and growing conditions, Canada offers endless opportunities for crop variety. Our standards for agricultural excellence are a source of great pride.

Greece & Canada

Greece

Thanks to its hot, sunny summers and mild winters, Greece supports over 100 olive varietals and other sun-soaked savoury fruits such as peppers and tomatoes.

Canada

With a wide range of climates and growing conditions, Canada offers endless opportunities for crop variety. Our standards for agricultural excellence are a source of great pride.

Greece & Spain

Greece

Thanks to its hot, sunny summers and mild winters, Greece supports over 100 olive varietals and other sun-soaked savoury fruits such as peppers and tomatoes.

Spain

Southern Spanish cuisine features spiced dishes that include olives, chicken, artichokes, even beef and seafood. Spain is also renowned for its specialty in tapas, a global favourite.

Greece & Denmark

Greece

Thanks to its hot, sunny summers and mild winters, Greece supports over 100 olive varietals and other sun-soaked savoury fruits such as peppers and tomatoes.

Denmark

Denmark has a temperate climate that is ideal for agriculture, and over 60% of its rich landscape is dedicated to farmland. Denmark is world renowned for exporting fine meats and cheeses.

South Africa

Located in the Southern Hemisphere, this beautiful country has seven different climactic regions, lending itself to a variety of agricultural endeavours including cultivating the unique Peppadew piquant peppers. In addition, traditional activities range from raising cattle to growing citrus and subtropical fruits, grain and commercial flowers. There’s also an active marine and aquaculture food industry, along the 3,000+km coastline.

Thailand

Thailand’s traditional crops include rice, rubber, and pineapple, as well as fruits and vegetables. However, today, the country also has a rapidly growing fish and seafood industry. Thailand has become the third largest seafood exporter in the world, sending their shrimps and prawns, tuna, and squid out to an appreciative global market.

Peru

L’un des pays les plus montagneux d’Amérique du Sud, le Pérou a toujours une tradition agricole ancienne. Le Pérou étant situé tout près de l’équateur, son climat est toujours chaud toute l’année. Les cultures qui se développent dans cet environnement comprennent les pommes de terre, les légumineuses et les haricots, ainsi qu’une grande variété de poivrons et de piments indigènes, qui sont uniques dans leur gamme de saveurs et de chaleur.

Mexico

Mexico’s cuisine has been influenced by its hot, dry, growing climate, which favours a wide range of delicious produce. Some of the most ancient and time-honoured favourites are hot peppers. Jalapeños and other peppers have been cultivated since the Aztecs ruled Mexico, they are highly prized internationally as a delicious and versatile ingredient in a wide range of dishes.

Holland

Historically an agricultural innovator, Holland has many varied sectors throughout their agricultural base. The many greenhouse-based farming operations grow a wide variety of vegetables and flowers. Holland is working towards more sustainable agriculture and horticulture, through energy-efficient, green farming practices.

China

One of the most ancient and fertile agricultural landscapes on earth is the vastness of China. With a wide variety of farming practices, from terraced rice fields to tea plantations, crops such as wheat, soy, lotus and peanuts are common. Agriculture is a vital industry, with over 300 million farmers working the land.