Twenty years have passed since the initial idea launched by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, with the aim of creating a visual identity of quality Croatian products and services based on many years of experience and knowledge and research and development, invention, creation and tradition.In cooperation with companies holding quality labels, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce promotes and raises consumer awareness of the quality of Croatian products and services that are visually recognizable by the quality labels “Croatian Quality” and “Originally Croatian”. It was with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of buying domestic products that an action was launched Let’s buy Croatian, which is being held today and tomorrow in Zagreb on Ban Josip Jelačić Square.”On the list of recognizable qualities of Croatia, we must not forget our work, skill, creativity and our knowledge that has been translated into a top product or service. We should be equally proud of the olive oil and cheese and the football goal. We all know how difficult it is to be an entrepreneur and place any product on a highly competitive market. All the exhibitors present here, and there are more than 300 of them, have succeeded in this and we congratulate them from the bottom of our hearts. But even they cannot move forward alone, so I call on all Croatian citizens to become ambassadors of the Let’s Buy Croatian campaign.”, Said the President of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Luka Burilovic.The latest HGK survey showed that 78 percent of citizens take care of buying Croatian products when they go shopping, and as many as 86 percent of them are willing to spend more kuna for a quality domestic product. Zagreb Deputy Mayor Olivera Majić emphasized that this action promotes every year. domestic knowledge innovation and effort. “Zagreb has established itself as a tourist destination and we must incorporate as many domestic products as possible into creating a specific offer and image that we send to the world. Our tradition, domestic production, aromas and flavors of local gastronomy are what will set us apart from the competition”, Said Majic. After Vukovar, Rijeka and Zagreb, the action continues in Bjelovar, while the specialized project “Let’s buy a Croatian-Croatian product for Croatian tourism” will be held in November in Zagreb.7,5 MILLION HRK PROVIDED FOR BRANDING WITH QUALITY SIGNS “CROATIAN QUALITY” AND “ORIGINALLY CROATIAN”With the aim of creating a visual identity of the quality of domestic products and services, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce awards the Croatian Quality and Original Croatian Labels, and the products that carry them stand side by side with the world brands. For the promotion of signs, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Ministry of the Economy, provided entrepreneurship and crafts HRK 7,5 million in grants. This is an opportunity for all micro, small and medium-sized companies to gain support for the acquisition of the right to use the quality marks of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and thus even stronger brand their products. Learn more about quality signs here
Loading… Frank Lampard’s side are reportedly battling with rivals Manchester United for the €100m rated Borussia Dortmund forward.However, according to reports from Goal.com, the Red Devils remain the England international’s more likely destination, leaving the door open to a potential push for Chukwueze.The Nigerian international has been heavily linked with a move away from Javier Calleja’s side in the last 12 months, with Liverpool rumoured to be tracking him last summer.Read Also: Real Madrid aiming for 30% stadium reopening in OctoberThe 21-year old is under contract with the Yellow Submarine until 2023, however he does represent a much cheaper option than Sancho, with Villarreal potentially considering offers in the region of €50m.Chukwueze has been a consistent figure across the last two seasons at El Madrigal, despite the club’s managerial upheaval, with 52 La Liga appearances from a possible 65 league matches.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Premier League giants Chelsea are targeting a move for Super Eagles and Villarreal star Samuel Chukwueze, if they fail in a bid for Jadon Sancho this summer.Advertisement
Comments Syracuse (3-3, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) fell 1-0 for the second straight game, this time losing to Duke (5-2, 1-0). The loss is the first time that Syracuse has been bested by the Blue Devils since joining the ACC in 2013. Despite a career-best effort from SU goalkeeper Borg van der Velde, the Orange crumbled and couldn’t record a single shot all game long. The Orange struggled with passing and possessing the ball, and the lone goal the Blue Devils scored turned out to be the winner.Here are the best shots from the game. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 14, 2018 at 9:23 pm
− vows to appeal rulingFollowing its seizure of a number of supposedly fake evaporated milk products in October of last year, the Government Analyst-Food and Drug Department (GAFDD) lost its court case as the matter was dismissed by presiding Magistrate Annette Singh.In Court 11 of the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Thursday, Magistrate Singh ruled that there was not enough evidence to validate the determination that the milk was indeed substandard and non-compliant with the stipulations of the GAFDD.This ruling did not sit well with GAFDD’s Director Marlan Cole as he signalled his organisation’s intention to appeal the case. Cole in court expressed the view that the threat which the product posed on persons’ health was not considered. He however conceded that his officers need to be more equipped with the necessary training in bringing matters of such nature to court.Cole opined that the GAFDD will be hindered in executing its mandate to ensure that food products which can be “injurious to public health,” misleading and/or deceptive would not be available on the market. The director also pointed out that the label on the evaporated milk cannot show a pictorial representation of a cow and it must carry a disclaimer which says: “Not suitable for children under two years.”In October 2015, the GAFDD has issued a warning to the public, against the sale and purchase of what it described as misleading brands of evaporated milk and evaporated filled milk that were being sold at local markets.Coupled with the warning, the department had also seized 909 cans of the said fake milk products which had included: Promex Milko Evaporated Filled Milk, Tinny Evaporated Filled Milk, Rosa Evaporated Filled Milk, GIV Evaporated Milk, Grace Filled Evaporated Milk, Big J Evaporated Milk and Red and White Evaporated Milk.Evaporated milk is a milk, or milk product which is constituted from animal source from which 60% of water has been evaporated, and contains not less than 25% of milk solids and 7.5% milk fat, and may carry a pictorial representation of a cow, while Evaporated Filled Milk is a prepared blend of skim milk, vegetable oil, stabilisers and vitamins.At that time it was observed that in some cases, the content of milk fat which was declared on the label was only three per cent and the cans bore no disclaimer but included a pictorial representation of a cow, which the department said should be removed. It is not yet clear when the department will appeal Magistrate Singh’s ruling.