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CVVP presents its new campaign

CVVP presents its new campaign

Published on Mar 02nd, 2020

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The Compañía de Variedades Vegetales Protegidas A.I.E. (CVVP) is back once again this year, with a new image and a new message too: ‘Join us. Grow with us’.

The objective of the new campaign is to publicise and divulge the intangible assets that are managed by the company, which, to a great extent, benefit the plant breeders and master licensees of plant varieties.

Kiwi specialist Fruitgrowing Quality joins CVVP 

CVVP supplies a plant variety management model that is aimed at success

CVVP supplies a plant variety management model that is aimed at success

Published on Apr 08th, 2019

The Compañía de Variedades Vegetales Protegidas (CVVP) has a great deal of experience in managing and promoting plant varieties in Spain.

Over the years it has efficiently managed different citrus varieties, such as the Nadorcott mandarin, the navel m7 orange, the Leanri mandarin and the Summer Prim lemon.

CVVP is now presenting its management model to breeders of new varieties.

CVVP, à la carte management of plant varieties

CVVP, à la carte management of plant varieties

Published on Dec 20th, 2018

The Compañía de Variedades Vegetales Protegidas (CVVP) is a pioneer in the defence, promotion and development of plant varieties. Its management model is a benchmark in the sector.

CVVP is a non-profit-making economic interest group in which its clients are guaranteed professional advice.

The group is distinguished for its extensive experience in the sector and for providing an à la carte service. The clients can choose among different services: processing licenses, administration and tax advice, marketing and advertising; or the complete service.

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M7 – the new early ripening wonder orange

M7 – the new early ripening wonder orange

Published on Nov 08th, 2016

The producers of the new variety of early orange, M7, have gone in with all guns blazing to launch it on the market.

Their campaign is based around a Hollywood style production trailer directed at purchasers and retail chains.

In addition there will be a series of events at greengrocers and supermarkets to publicise this variety through tastings and explain its characteristics.

Clemcott 2016 season comes to a close

Clemcott 2016 season comes to a close

Published on Apr 11th, 2016

The Clemcott will be available in Europe’s best supermarkets until May, which will mark the end of another 5 month season for the certified quality mandarin.

In a press release, the Valencia-based CVVP (Protected Vegetable Varieties Club) said Spain’s favourable climate allows the Clemcott season to last longer.

It said the Clemcott is endorsed by the CVVP, which strives to supply relevant information to purchasing managers through international marketing channels in order to promote the best selection of the Nadorcott variety.

Last months to enjoy Clemcott

CVVP claims research shows Tango essentially derived from Nadorcott

CVVP claims research shows Tango essentially derived from Nadorcott

Published on May 28th, 2015

The Club de Variedades Vegetales Protegidas (Protected Vegetal Varieties Club - CVVP) claims new research shows the ‘Tang Gold’ variety (also known as ‘Tango’) is essentially derived from the ‘Nadorcott’ mandarin.

In a press release, the Valencia-based club said this is the thesis supported in a report by the Institute for Plant Molecular and Cell Biology (IBMCP), a centre it said is funded by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).

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