Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Fig Video now Available

This exciting new video covers the harvesting and processing of the renowned Black Bursa figs in Turkey by our UNIVEG Group partner Alara. The new film can be found under the ‘About Us’  section, then take the ‘Grower Videos’ option or … Read More…

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UNIVEG Katopé UK Sponsorship to help Communities

UNIVEG Katopé UK is amongst many proud sponsors of the REACT initiative. REACT is an educational scheme established to help raise awareness of issues relating to drug use, crime prevention, road safety and community safety. Read More…

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UNIVEG Katopé UK Sponsor Development Scheme

UNIVEG Katopé UK was proud to be a corporate sponsor of the 2013 Cape Argus Pick n’ Pay Cycle Event that took place in March this year in South Africa. In addition to the cycle event an evening gala and charity auction was also held. All proceeds of this event went to the Colors Foundation. Read More…

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UNIVEG Katopé UK embraces Environmentally Friendly Packaging and Supply Chain Solutions

As part of UNIVEG Katopé UKs commitment to environmental sustainability we are delighted to report making significant savings after a conscious decision was made to form a partnership with Evesham Specialist Packaging (E.S.P) & Moulded Fibre Products Ltd (MFP), a local business based in North Lincolnshire. UNIVEG’s Head of operations Mark Arnold has previously had positive experience working with senior management at ESP; the current partnership continues to work well, meeting the increasing requirements made by our customers for environmentally friendly packaging. MFP produces moulded fibre/pulp trays, a product UNIVEG Katopé UK uses across our customer base for packing selected stonefruit and tropical fruits. Read More…

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Pioneering Speciality Mango development by UNIVEG Katopé UK

UNIVEG Katopé UK has been developing the sourcing of speciality mangoes for its customers. These types of mango are often described as deeply fragrant and aromatic, typically possessing sweet, golden coloured flesh. Read More…

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