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Wagralim - The innovation partner for the walloon agrifood industry

Wagralim is the competitiveness cluster for the Walloon agrifood businesses.

Flanders' FOOD - An appetite for innovation

Flanders’ FOOD stimulates innovation in Flemish food companies and their direct suppliers in the food chain. 

Federal agency for the safety of the food chain - Keeping our food safe

The Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (‘FASFC’) preserves the safety and the quality of food in order to protect humans, animals and plants.

Pittman Seafood - From premium fresh to premium frozen

Pittman Seafoods scours the globe for the very best in fish and seafood, which is frozen and processed for clients in the retail, industrial, wholesale and foodservice sectors.

Plant-based food feels good and does good

Plant-based delicacies are becoming increasingly popular. 15 years ago people only changed their diet on doctor’s orders. Today the consumer is actively looking for healthy alternatives.

The taste of north and south is in Belgian coffee

Sipping on a cup of coffee instantly takes you away. A bar, friendly chat, a memorable scent. A feast for your taste buds and an ode to conviviality. Whoever visited the Expo in Milan knows that Belgian roasters are particularly adept in finding the right balance.

Speculoos: no longer a Belgian secret

Several Belgian companies with a long heritage of making quality speculoos biscuits have recently geared up to let even more markets enjoy this Belgian delicacy.

Welcome to the fresh-frozen vegetable garden of Europe

Belgium produces vegetables of the highest quality. Tomatoes, chicory, lettuce, leeks, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, cauliflower, asparagus and mushrooms, grown mainly by family owned companies, are on shop shelves around the world.

Co-branding by Belgian icons

Since the Belgian ice-cream manufacturer IJsboerke was acquired in 2013 by Glacio, the brand has not let any opportunity slip to emphasise its Belgian traditional craftsmanship.

Beer flows down the streets of Bruges

Did you know that Brewery De Halve Maan builded a pipeline between its brewery and its bottling plant to avoid daily transports by heavy trucks in the medieval center? So next time you are admiring the beautiful buildings at Bruges, don’t forget to look down once in a while!

Belgian beer culture recognized as cultural heritage

UNESCO has added the Belgian beer culture to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: a well-deserved recognition of the diversity, quality and innovation of the Belgian beer sector.

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