Hungarian patisserie and cake shop with more than 10 years old experience created their new cookie collection from natural ingredients. Among them there are sugarfree, lactosefree and wheat free cakes too. The Hungarian company is looking for distributors in the EU to expand their market.
Cooperation plus value:
The Hungarian company uses archeo spelt flour in their cookies. This is an ancient grain and different from western-european spelts. This ancient subspecies is a steppian-typ grain. The taxonomists classify spelt usually as a parents of normal wheat (Triticum aestivum). This spelt was cultivated in Carpathian region before the last ice-periods. Its wild form was unknown.
Winter of 1985 were showed first the seeds of this spelt. Original seeds was from Hungarian gene-bank. Next year in 1986 was the nuclear catastrophe at Csernobil. Only one of wheat and spelt varieties this line grains no content any radioactive isotops. Found on this sign this spelt hasn’t changed since creature times.
It remains unaffected by concepts such as „agribusiness”, „cross-breeding”, „hybridization” and „genetically modified – words that have come to dominate our modern and bad food supply.
This spelt contents nearly 20% protein. The basic of amino acids content of this spelt protein 100% is digestible. The archeo spelt vitamins content tan 15-20 times, the minerals 25-30 times than other European wheat or spelt.
Cooperation stage dev stage:
The Hungarian company is looking for distributors involved in the sale of food&beverages, wholesale of confectionery products in order to conduct distribution services agreements. They are interested in expanding its business abroad and to sell their products to the European markets. Therefore they would like to conclude a distribution agreements with reliable partners who can assist in achieving their goals through supermarkets, gourmet shops deli corners in department stores and online shops.
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Dissemination preferred :
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom