Interested in organic agriculture and potential partners in Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, and Greece? Check ORGANIC ECOCYSTEM booklet of contacts



The ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project has brought together a consortium of operators and public-private partners from Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, and Greece, aiming to drive business alliances in the field of organic agriculture.

In an effort to foster collaboration and promote top-quality organic products, we have compiled a comprehensive booklet of contact information for all the SMEs and partners involved in the project.

This valuable resource includes contact details for 35 operators and public-private partners who have been actively working with ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM. These entities have contributed to the project through various means such as Business Alliances, Innovation Labs, and National Congresses of Organic Agriculture.

By creating a network of like-minded organizations, the project sought to facilitate cooperation and knowledge exchange among participants.

For individuals or businesses in search of potential business partners offering top-quality organic products, this document will prove to be a useful tool. It provides a wide range of options from a diverse array of SMEs and operators across Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, and Greece.

We are proud to state that this network of Mediterranean SMEs is committed to the principles of organic agriculture and has a demonstrated track record of excellence in their respective fields.


"Booklet of participating SME's and partners ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM.pdf"


To offer a glimpse into the potential of ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM's network, here are a few examples of the participating SMEs. In Jordan, we came across the first organic producer of poultry products in the MENA region, as well as a supplier of caffeine-free coffee made from date seeds. Lebanon boasts the largest carob bean farm in the Mediterranean and one of the vast network of farms and biggest distributor of organic products in the MENA and GCC regions. In Greece, we discovered exceptional extra virgin olive oil derived from ancient Mediterranean olive trees, in addition to a company specialising in high phenolic olive oil. Lastly, Italy presented gourmet organic almonds.

In addition to the SMEs, the consortium involved in ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project included a number of esteemed partners. These partners played a crucial role in facilitating collaboration and providing expertise.

The consortium was composed of the Ministry of Agriculture of Jordan, the Jordan Exporters and Producers Association for Fruit and Vegetables (JEPA), the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Zahle and the Bekaa, the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies - Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari, INNOPOLIS- Centre for Innovation and Culture, and the Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASCAME).

The booklet of contact information provided in this project is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to collaborate with organizations that offer top-quality organic products.

With a consortium composed of esteemed partners and a network of dedicated SMEs, ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM project has proven to make a significant impact in the field of organic agriculture in the Mediterranean region through its lifecycle. 

In case you've missed it, here is the "Booklet of participating SME's and partners ORGANIC ECOSYSTEM.pdf"