[vc_row full_width=»container-null»][vc_column agro_disable_column=»yes»][agro_page_bread titletype=»custom» text=»custom» subtitle=»PRODUCTS» ctext=»About» subtitle_spacer=»» title_spacer=»» desc_spacer=»» css=».vc_custom_1590371800910{background-image: url(https://ninetheme.com/themes/agro/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/11-2.jpg?id=278) !important;}»][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=»container-null»][vc_column][agro_info1 img=»659″ title=»agricultural» thintitle=»products»]Implementing large-scale agricultural projects in various regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan, we are introducing
the most up-to-date agro-technical developments and technologies for cultivation, processing and packaging of
fruit and vegetable products with the aim of achieving benchmark quality, increasing the period of freshness
preservation and expanding the range of products that have a steady demand in the most demanding foreign
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