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Over 600 applications filed for Intesa Farmer 2017 competition

A record high number of agricultural producers, more than 600 of them, have applied for the Intesa Farmer annual competition which Banca Intesa is organising for the fifth year in a row in order to support agricultural development by promoting the most distinguished individuals.

Turnout was exceptional, with growth posted in the number of submissions in all categories – Intesa Crop Farmer, Intesa Fruit Grower, Intesa Vegetable Grower, Intesa Livestock Breeder and Intesa Slow Food Producer, which was introduced in cooperation with international association Slow Food that promotes quality, tradition and authenticity of local food production.

A record high number of agricultural producers, more than 600 of them, have applied for the Intesa Farmer annual competition which Banca Intesa is organising for the fifth year in a row in order to support agricultural development by promoting the most distinguished individuals.

Turnout was exceptional, with growth posted in the number of submissions in all categories – Intesa Crop Farmer, Intesa Fruit Grower, Intesa Vegetable Grower, Intesa Livestock Breeder and Intesa Slow Food Producer, which was introduced in cooperation with international association Slow Food that promotes quality, tradition and authenticity of local food production.

The competition was open from May 25 until August 1, and all registered farming households were eligible to apply.

Winners will be selected by an expert jury comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of the Small Business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of the Office for Managing Sales to Registered Farming Households at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Manager for Sponsorships, Donations and Events at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, editor in chief of Agrobiznis magazine.

Banca Intesa is one of the leading banks in the domestic market in terms of support for agriculture. During the first seven months of 2017, the bank approved 23.2 million euros in new lending to registered farming households and reported a 9.3% increase year-on-year.

 

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