The director of the company, Tino Pažur, who received the award, said that they had taken over this vegan brand last year.
The company plans to expand its business in Croatia as well as to neighbouring countries, he said adding that their products are in rising demand.
The minister also conferred awards on the family-run farm “OPG Diana Prpić” and the m-creations company.
The two-day ZeGeVege Festival of Sustainable Living opened in Zagreb’s main square Trg Bana Jelačića on Friday, featuring health food, plant-based cosmetics and nine restaurants offering vegetarian food.
Eighty exhibitors are offering products made solely from plants, including traditional Croatian dishes, vegetable soups, sausages, spreads and vegan sweets.
The festival is organised for the 13th time by the Friends of Animals association, after last year’s break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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