Culture Pom sells all varieties of French potato on the Italian market. The company has been a leader in marketing French potatoes in 15 European countries. Its main market is Italy.Pom is looking to expand the variety of potatoes it offers in Italy this year. Laura Bosquet (export commercial representative France-Italy) says, “We want to change the image we have as Agata sellers in order to eventually approach packers that work with other varieties.”
“We want to improve our image as Agata specialists.”
The Agata potato is performing well in the Italian market. Laura explains that this year’s goal is to prove that we can work other varieties. “The Manitou potatoes and Mozart potatoes are two varieties that might interest the Italians, particularly in the north.” A complex Italian market
It is complex to see the situation on Italy’s market. Laura explains that the Italians tend to buy at lower prices than those of the Spanish. “The purchasing power of Italy is lower. The contracts between the Italian supermarkets and packers do not permit them to purchase at a higher cost. The cost of transport and packaging add to the purchase price. The packers can’t make a profit if the potatoes are too costly. We still manage to reach an agreement with the packers, with which we work on a daily basis.” Italy receives more potatoes from Germany than Spain due to its geographic location. Culture Pom, however, remains on the markets with its high-quality potatoes. In 2018,Pom sold 99,000 tons of potatoes. That’s 10,000 tons more than 2017. More than 120 potato producers are involved in the production of the potatoes. The company focuses exclusively on the fresh market and sells a variety of varieties. It also exports large-bags.
Fruit Logistica Attendance Culture Pom
Culture Pom will be at the Fruit Logistica fair Berlin in Hall 22, Stand F-3. Italian packers will also be welcomed at the booth. Laura, who speaks fluent Italian will also be present.
The now-tiny Pomeranian is a descendant of large sled dog breeds. The small, friendly dog with a foxy face, affectionately known as “the little dog that thinks he’s capable”, is active and compact and can compete in agility and obedience.
These dogs can be adopted out to rescue groups or shelters, even though they are purebred. Adopt! If you are looking to bring a dog home, don’t shop.
Although they may seem small, poms can be quite challenging and will challenge larger dogs. Poms are great apartment pets but can bark quite a bit, which may cause problems for neighbors. You will have a wonderful furry friend if you give your dog lots of playtime and exercise, keep them away from hot weather and love them!
For a complete list of Pomeranians’ traits and facts, see below!
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The Pomeranian, also known as Zwergspitz or Dwarf Spitz, Loulou or affectionately Pom, is a small dog that weighs between three and seven pounds. However, its personality is Texas-sized!
The Pomeranian is one of the smallest members of the Spitz family, which also includes the Samoyed and Alaskan Malamute as well as the Norwegian Elkhound and the Samoyed.
Poms are named after the German province of Pomerania. They were especially popular after Queen Victoria allowed Pomeranians from her to participate in a conformation show. This was the first time that Pomeranians had been shown.
Poms are cute, furry, and intelligent. However, don’t let their adorableness fool you. These bold, independent dogs are intelligent and have their own minds. They are curious and alert about the world around their. They sometimes think they are larger than they actually are. This can lead to them harassing and attacking larger dogs.
They will generally get along with other animals and dogs if they are socialized properly.
Pomeranians have a wedge-shaped face and erect ears. Their faces are described as “fox-like” by some, but others prefer “baby-doll”, or “pansy” to be more accurate.
Their almond-shaped, dark eyes are full of intelligence and curiosity. Their noses can be as dark or light as their coats. Their plumed tails extend over their backs.
There are many solid colors available for Pomeranians, including red, orange and cream as well as blue, brown, and black. Rarely will you see a white Pom with colored markings, such as a black and brown one or an orange-and-sable one. The Pom’s double, thick coat is a striking feature of his body. He also has a rich ruff around his neck & chest. Although the coat looks difficult to maintain, it is easy to brush.
Pomeranians are small in size but have a loud bark which makes them excellent watchdogs. It’s good to train Pomeranians to stop barking when they are told.
Pomeranians are great pets for seniors and people who have a lot to do. They are not dependent on other breeds. Pomeranians are great for apartments and homes without a yard. They are not recommended for families with young children as they can injure them.
Although Poms are generally good at learning tricks and you should be consistent with training them, they can also learn new ones. Your Pom may become snappish if you don’t make yourself the top dog in your household.