The turnover of the food & beverage industry in Taiwan reached an unprecedented high of NT$811.58 billion in 2019, with a total of 146,009 operators and 750,000 employees.
The Council of Agriculture (COA) of the Executive Yuan has been assisting young people to return to their hometowns for agricultural careers and hosting the Top 100 Young Farmers Award program for five times.
The breakout of Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 has resulted in strict border controls in many countries and caused great loss to the tourist industry.
The breakout of Covid-19 has caused severe damage around the world and brought huge impact on human lives. People wear masks and maintain social distance when they go out and have to face one after another synchronous/asynchronous remote conferences.
Regarding the development of green power in Taiwan, solar power and wind power are the two major areas. The limited space and high population density have been unfavorable to wind power generation.
We all look forward to the participation of operators who are interested in the innovative development of agricultural experience products and gift packs to join the effort to add value of Taiwan's agriculture.
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the local consumption patterns and increased the demand for domestic meat products. The expanded market coupled with the clean production environment could have built a new monument of the industry.
The System of Transformation and Upgrading of Agricultural Production and Marketing Groups into Agricultural Cooperatives
the production and the marketing groups should carefully consider the purposes, and the methods of the transformation, as well as the future business model, etc., and understand the norm and ideals of the new companies or cooperatives.
Innovation and changes are always the best key to sustainable operation. In terms of leisure farming, what needs constant changes are the on-site hands-on experience and the bring-home souvenirs.
Taiwan has been an agricultural society for centuries. Because of the poor agricultural productivity at the end of the second World War, “raising the land productivity” was the major policy.