Campaigns map and statistics

Campaigns map and statistics

Select a country on the map for statistics of the programmes (adopted as of 2014) proposed by that country.
Use the filters to view the list of programmes proposed by a given country or to refine your search.
Click on "apply" to view the results. Please note that some programmes may have several proposing countries, including the selected one.

You can view the details of the campaigns once you click on their title.

With the use of the button on the right you can switch to the "target market view" for the statistics by target market.

Proposing country view

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Communication campaign in Canada
Target countries Canada
Target market Third Countries
In the context of CETA, the objectives of this specific campaign are to: 
EU Pork and Poultry
Target countries China, Mexico
Target market Third Countries
Identifying and developing export markets for European pigmeat and poultry is vital to maintaining and growing the overall sector, improving the products’ image in export markets and assuring a viable return for European pigmeat and poultry primary producers.
JUICE your Way
Target countries Kenya, Uganda
Target market Third Countries
The proposing organization, the Union of Agricultural Cooperatives of Argolis - REA, a recognized producer organization in the fruit and vegetables sector in Greece has submitted the project “JUICE your Way - High Quality fruit juices for Uganda & Kenya”.
Target countries Qatar, United Arab Emirates
Target market Third Countries
The proposed action entitled ChickLeaders is submitted by the Producer Organization PINDOS loannina Agricultural Poultry Farming Cooperative (PINDOS).
Target countries Denmark, Germany, Sweden
Target market Internal Market
Action's vision is to increase the recognition of the PDO logo highlighting the specific features of Krokos Kozanis PDO in terms of authenticity, nutritional and health value. Production of saffron in Europe is limited and imports from third countries cover a great part of the demand.