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Dida Boža Croatian Spreads Awarded in New York


More international recognition for Croatian products, this time from New York at the Fancy Food Show…

Croatian spreads brand Dida Boža has won the silver medal for its Dalmatia Sour Cherry spread at the international Fancy Food Show in New York. Dida Boža presented its products at the prestigious far in New York in June where over 1,000 exhibitors presented their products. More than 45,000 professionals from the food industry from all over the world visited Fancy Food Show this year.

“Exhibitors registered their products for the contest, and that is how our products got there. It is an interesting fact that the award was won in the ‘new product’ category which makes the success even greater because that is a category where any product can enter, from meat to ice cream,” Hermes International told Index.hr.

Neb Chupin from Hermes (photo credit: Media Val)

Neb Chupin from Hermes (photo credit: Media Val)

Dida Boža is a brand of Hermes International Ltd company, which produces and distributes natural, healthy and high quality spreads and tapenades.

Dida Boža brand is inspired by a real person – a grandfather of the owner of the Hermes International company that produces Dida Boža spreads and tapenades. He was born in Dalmatia and devoted his whole life to fig and olive cultivation and wine producing. He was happy and always had a smile on his face and he never complained in despite of a hard work on incandescent Dalmatian land.

Dida Boža spreads and tapenades are Croatian products, and they are made according to the original Dalmatian recipes and production is rigorously controlled. Dida Boža spreads are consumed in the United States, Europe, Africa and Asia and have won a number of awards.

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