The Danish Agriculture & Food Council Danish Agriculture & Food Council The Danish Agriculture & Food Council is owned and controlled by its members, representing the entire value chain from farming to the food industry and other related businesses.
The key activities of the Danish Agriculture & Food Council include representing its members’ political interests, gaining market access and export promotion, providing advisory services and supporting knowledge and innovation. The Danish agriculture and food sector represents Denmark’s largest industry and innovation cluster. It produces food for 15 million people or roughly three times the Danish population. Food products together with agribusiness machinery and food technology account for nearly one quarter of Denmark’s total exports and is supplied to the most demanding markets around the world.
Danish Agriculture and Food Council in IRANDanish Agriculture and Food Council because of its vast services can have extensive cooperation in Iran and Middle East. Danish Agriculture and Food Council is working in the field of animal welfare, Danish dairy industry, Danish meat industry, seed sector, the environment of food production, food safety, ingredients and biotech, mink and fur, new Nordic cuisine and organic farming. More than 160 companies have accepted membership in Agriculture and Food Council. Danish Agriculture and Food Council started its activity in 1970. Danish Agriculture and Food Council is a nonprofit trade organization. Its head office is located in Copenhagen, with subsidiaries around Denmark. It is represented internationally in Brussels, London, Moscow, Tokyo and Beijing. Iran and Middle East, due to their proper ground in the field of food and the related industries such as agriculture, have good cooperation with Danish Agriculture and Food Council. An exhibition held in the food industry in 2016 will be a good meeting for businessmen of IRAN, Middle East and Denmark.
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