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Ovostar joined the European Business Association
On June 1, 2021, Ovostar joined the European Business Association (EBA). As a leading company in the agricultural sector of Ukraine, within the framework of cooperation, Ovostar will contribute to the further development of the business environment, improvement of the investment climate of Ukraine, as well as effective regulation of the agro-industrial complex of the country.
Founded more than 20 years ago with the support of the European Commission, today EBA is the largest and most influential business community in Ukraine that helps to build meaningful partnerships with the government and establish business relationships with major international and Ukrainian companies.
"Ovostar is pleased to become part of the European Business Association, as it opens up even more opportunities to maintain an effective dialogue with public authorities and society and to establish relations with the Ukrainian business community." - Serhii Didenko, the director of Ovostar LLC, noted.
Ovostar LLC is a producer of egg powder and liquid egg products, was established in 2001. Ovostar egg processing plant is the #1 in Ukraine by volume of liquid egg products produced and the second-largest producer of egg powder. Ovostar’s modern production and commitment to internal and external quality monitoring ensure that its products always meet industry standards for food safety. The plant has been audited by Bureau Veritas, and its products are approved by the European Commission.
The European Business Association (EBA) was founded in 1999 with the support of the European Commission as a platform for discussing and finding solutions to problems that businessmen face in Ukraine, including the protection of business interests in the regulatory and legal field. Bringing together more than nine hundred forty companies, EBA is working to enable its member companies to work together to address issues important to Ukraine's investment climate and to improve it for the benefit of industry, society, the economy, and the country as a whole.