Irish hemp co-op nominated for award

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Hemp Cooperative Ireland has been nominated for the 5th edition of the European Award for Cooperative Innovation organized by Cogeca, the European agriculture platform. The cooperative was nominated in the “Social Value Creation” category. The award, in its fifth year, recognizes solutions designed by European cooperatives in the agri-food, fishery and forestry sectors for new products and services, new markets, processing solutions and business models driven by social and environmental objectives. Winners and finalists receive a comprehensive media package to showcase their achievements.

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