Improving Safety and Quality

of the Sri Lankan fruits and vegetables

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Our Partners

STDF Standard and Trade Development Facility

The Standards and Trade Development Facility is a global partnership that supports developing countries in building their capacity to implement international sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) standards, guidelines and recommendations as a means to improve their human, animal, and plant health status and ability to gain or maintain access to markets.
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International Trade Centre


The International Trade Centre (ITC) is the joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. Our aim is for businesses in developing countries to become more competitive in global markets, speeding economic development and contributing to the achievement of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. –
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Department of Agriculture Sri Lanka

The Department of Agriculture (DOA) functions under the Ministry of Agriculture and the DOA is one of the largest government departments with a high profile community of agricultural scientists and a network of institutions covering different agro ecological regions island wide. The objectives of the DOA are focused on maintaining and increasing productivity and production of the food crop sector for the purpose of enhancing the income and living condition of the farmer and making food available at affordable prices to the consumer.
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National Agri Business Council Sri Lanka

The National Agribusiness Council (NAC), established in June 2000, is focused on the objectives of its founder sponsor – the USAID funded Agro Enterprises Project (AgEnt), driving the development of the national agribusiness sector.As the apex representative body for the sector, NAC’s objectives encompass a wide range of services designed to make Sri Lanka’s agribusiness sector competitive in the globalize market place. NAC consists of 17 Associations and 15 Cooperate Members covering every sphere of agribusiness in the country.
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Lanka Fruit & Vegetable Producers, Processors and Exporters Association (LFVPPEA)

The Lanka Fruit & Vegetable Producers, Processors and Exporters Association (LFVPPEA) was established in 1986 to create a single platform for all stakeholders involved in the Supply Chain for the Export of Fruits and Vegetables, both Fresh and Processed.Its progress, charted over 25 active years, has been significant. The commitment and dedication of its leadership, and the active support of its membership since its inception has been exceptional, resulting in this Association being recognized as a responsible and respected Organization.
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