To Increase production of crops with high export potential through improved agricultural productivity
To Reduce post harvest losses.
To improved quality and safety of available production
To Provide linkages between Producers and buyers
To Facilitatate imports/export and improve the ease of doing business
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Since our establishment in 1986 the Lanka Fruit & Vegetable Producers Processors and Exporters Association (LFVPPEA), a collective organization which was subsequently incorporated as a member limited by guarantee, has always played an active role and important role in the fruit & vegetable industry in Sri Lanka, contributing to the stable supply and variety of agricultural products, whilst silently contributing towards corporate social responsibility in economically sustaining the rural farmer communities.
LFVPPEA works closely with the many government institutions and stakeholders to ensure good agricultural practice, food safety, to embrace industry challenges and to develop new agricultural entrepreneurs among the young generation.
Over the years of its existence, the LFVPPEA has served as a bridge between its general membership fraternity, government ministries, departments, statutory authorities and commercial organizations facilitating communications and sharing information and industry trends. Read More
LFVPPEA influences and advocates for a conducive national and international business environment, policies, tariffs and trade agreements on behalf of its members and the horticulture industry in Sri Lanka. We also partner with development agencies and other stakeholders to enhance growers, exporters and service providers along the horticulture value chain by conducting capacity building programs through ongoing workshops and seminars. LFVPPEA strives to link its members with growers to national and international markets. This is made possible through direct market linkages with international buyers and associations, encouraging members to participate in national and international trade fairs and providing timely market information with regard to compliance and standards. The LFVPPEA will continue to play an active role in enhancing members' relationships, develop, unite and promote the Sri Lankan horticultural industry in the global market with due regard to food safety, good agricultural practices, social, ethical and environmental responsibilities.
The 40th Annual General Meeting of the Lanka Fruit & Vegetable Producers, Processors & Exporters Association will be held on Thursday, 04th November 2021 as a virtual meeting connected t ...
The Lanka Fruit and Vegetable Producers, Processors and Exporters Association (LFVPPEA) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Agriculture Sector Modernisation Project (ASMP) recently in Jaffna ...
The 39th Annual General Meeting of the Lanka Fruit & Vegetable Producers, Processors & Exporters Association will be held on Thursday, 05th November 2020 commencing 3.00 p.m. as a virtual meet ...
Dutch Ambassador to Sri Lanka and the Maldives, Tanja Gonggrijp said that following a visit by Sri Lankan horticulturalists there were plans to create more formal linkages between the two nations.
Sri Lanka's fruit and vegetable producers, processors and exporters recently urged the government to enact the long-delayed Plant Varieties Protection Bill, commonly known as plant breeder's rights la ...