Marco Caldeira, Regional Director of Agriculture and Rural Development, visited Robert Kusch's Quinta Alegre farm, which is mainly dedicated to organic horticulture production.
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Élvio Sousa used his Facebook page to state what he considers to be the "obstacles that the Funchal City Council has created to prevent two of the LIDL proposals."
The importance of the Funchal Market Night, has justified the creation of its own website, noitedomercado.funchal.pt. There will be 16 hours of uninterrupted entertainment, but without disco music, as underlined by Pedro Calado, at the presentation session, this afternoon, at the City Hall. New this year is a giant screen…
As part of the "Christmas is sowing happiness" campaign, the Regional Directorate of Health reinforces awareness about the adoption of healthy behaviours and food choices.
The Casal da Penha Restaurant, in Funchal, has been ranked 2nd in the Top 10 Portuguese Food restaurants.
The Funchal City Council has announced that it publicly repudiates the statements of Élvio Sousa, the JPP regional deputy about LIDL's business in Madeira.
Nuno Freitas, from the Madeira Beer Company (ECM), addressed the 'Implementation of the Circular Economy' at a seminar titled 'Circular Madeira, Circular Models, and Strategies in Companies' at the Madeira Electricity Museum.
The Parish Council of Arco de São Jorge will celebrate St Martin's Day (São Martinho) on Saturday the 11th of November.
The Regional Secretary for Agriculture and Environment, Rafaela Fernandes, was present at a Sonae group event at the Agricultural School, where she categorically stated that it is necessary to reduce the amount of phytopharmaceuticals used in agriculture.
On Friday the 27th of October at 11:00 am, Bioforma opens a new store located at Rua Dr. Fernão de Ornelas, nº66, in Funchal.
The regional executive, Miguel Albuquerque has authorised the payment of extraordinary support to cherry and sour cherry producers (companies and farmers).
The new Banana Processing Centre was inaugurated today by the President of Madeira. Located in the parish of São Martinho, it cost 14.2 million euros to build and has the capacity to process 100 tonnes of bananas per day along six processing lines, (five conventional and one biological).
The National Democratic Alternative Party (ADN) party said in a statement, that it wants the Legislative Assembly of the Autonomous Region of Madeira to formalise legislation to protect consumers