Importing is not just for those alone footloose adventurer types who survive by their wits and the skin of their teeth. It’s big business these days and maybe it’s time for you to swim the trade channel.
Since 2005, Belje d.o.o. have been a part of the Agrokor Group, the biggest food producer in East Europe. Their mission is clear: to grow, to develop and to bring the flavours and scents of Baranja to the homes of consumers across our country and the world.
In a synergy of technology, ecology, and tradition and under the principle of “traceability from the field to the table”, natural raw materials are processed to become the well-known products of Belje food industry. Their flavors are recognized on the national, but also on the world market, which has been confirmed by numerous prizes won by our wines, Baranja kulen or ABC fresh cream cheese, to name just a few.
Have a look at their exporting assortment:
Baranja got its name from two Hungarian words: “Bor”, which means wine and “Anya”, which means mother, lending a picturesque symbolism to the region – “Mother of Wine”. It is precisely the superb wines and the delicious food, accompanied by fairy-tale landscapes and hospitable hosts that are the best this region can offer.
There are tons and tons of opportunities for [import] trade, so the potential for growth is entirely up to you–as long as you’re willing to put in the time.
There are some things you just can’t make in Australia, like Graševina Goldberg or Baranja Kulen.
Dubravko Belavić, Consul General, Croatian Consulate General Melbourne
9/24 Albert Rd., South Melbourne Vic. 3205
Tel: + 61 3 9699 2633 Fax:+ 61 3 9696 8271