Deputy Director of Ukrainian Granit-Agro Private Company Yevhen Komarov said this at a press conference entitled “European Future of the Ukrainian Organic Market,” which has been held at Ukrinform on Tuesday.
“As to the future harvest, we have already received a huge number of offers, which significantly exceeds our growth potential today. That’s why we consider this product to be very promising. We see its extensive processing in future,” he said.
Komarov also noted that Granit-Agro plans to hold meetings and sign contracts with 40 out of 100 companies that have become interested in Poltava organic hemp. According to Komarov, these are companies mostly from the Baltic States, Italy and Germany.