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Winners of Intesa Farmer 2016 competition announced

Banca Intesa has announced the winners of the fourth annual Intesa Farmer choice of the most successful farmers. According to the expert jury, the winners of the competition are Vladimir Pavasović from Sremska Mitrovica, in the Intesa Crop Farmer category, Petar Dobrković from Bačka Topola in the Intesa Fruit Grower category, Antal Januško from Novo Orahovo in the Intesa Stockbreeder category, and Renata Nađ from Žabalj in the Intesa Vegetable Grower category. Milanka Trtović from Nova Varoš wont the award in the Slow Food Small Agricultural Producer category, which was introduced this year in collaboration with Slow Food Serbia.

Banca Intesa rewards the most successful participants of the competition with a trip to the Slow Food fair of good flavours in Stuttgart (Markt des guten Geschmacks – die Slow Food Messe), as well as vouchers worth RSD 100,000 for purchasing raw materials.

More than 550 farmers have applied to the fourth cycle of the Intesa Farmer competition, and the commission used general criteria that involve annual results achieved through agricultural production, owning a storage space, involvement of family members in the production process, as well as established cooperation with Banca Intesa.

The contestants were assessed by an expert jury, comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of the Small business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of the Agriculture Office at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Sponsorship, Donations and Events Manager at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, editor in chief of the Agrobiznis magazine.

Banca Intesa has announced the winners of the fourth annual Intesa Farmer choice of the most successful farmers. According to the expert jury, the winners of the competition are Vladimir Pavasović from Sremska Mitrovica, in the Intesa Crop Farmer category, Petar Dobrković from Bačka Topola in the Intesa Fruit Grower category, Antal Januško from Novo Orahovo in the Intesa Stockbreeder category, and Renata Nađ from Žabalj in the Intesa Vegetable Grower category. Milanka Trtović from Nova Varoš wont the award in the Slow Food Small Agricultural Producer category, which was introduced this year in collaboration with Slow Food Serbia.

Banca Intesa rewards the most successful participants of the competition with a trip to the Slow Food fair of good flavours in Stuttgart (Markt des guten Geschmacks – die Slow Food Messe), as well as vouchers worth RSD 100,000 for purchasing raw materials.

More than 550 farmers have applied to the fourth cycle of the Intesa Farmer competition, and the commission used general criteria that involve annual results achieved through agricultural production, owning a storage space, involvement of family members in the production process, as well as established cooperation with Banca Intesa.

The contestants were assessed by an expert jury, comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of the Small business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of the Agriculture Office at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Sponsorship, Donations and Events Manager at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, editor in chief of the Agrobiznis magazine.

Banca Intesa has announced the winners of the fourth annual Intesa Farmer choice of the most successful farmers. According to the expert jury, the winners of the competition are Vladimir Pavasović from Sremska Mitrovica, in the Intesa Crop Farmer category, Petar Dobrković from Bačka Topola in the Intesa Fruit Grower category, Antal Januško from Novo Orahovo in the Intesa Stockbreeder category, and Renata Nađ from Žabalj in the Intesa Vegetable Grower category. Milanka Trtović from Nova Varoš wont the award in the Slow Food Small Agricultural Producer category, which was introduced this year in collaboration with Slow Food Serbia.

Banca Intesa rewards the most successful participants of the competition with a trip to the Slow Food fair of good flavours in Stuttgart (Markt des guten Geschmacks – die Slow Food Messe), as well as vouchers worth RSD 100,000 for purchasing raw materials.

More than 550 farmers have applied to the fourth cycle of the Intesa Farmer competition, and the commission used general criteria that involve annual results achieved through agricultural production, owning a storage space, involvement of family members in the production process, as well as established cooperation with Banca Intesa.

The contestants were assessed by an expert jury, comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of the Small business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of the Agriculture Office at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Sponsorship, Donations and Events Manager at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, editor in chief of the Agrobiznis magazine.

 

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