07 January 2019 - The General plan for the open sea has been adopted, tuna conditions in Montenegrin waters is good, and the opening of small businesses in the hinterland that would deal with fish processing would bring enormous profits to Montenegro, said Aleksandar Joksimović, head of the Laboratory for ichthyology and marine fisheries at Institute of Marine Biology in Kotor.
"So far, the progress in this area has been achieved in the organization of fishermen and associations, with the help of creation of clusters, and the awareness of fishermen that joint, teamwork can achieve results," said Joksimović.
Fishing the small oily fish, tuna farming, the development of a fish processing factory, as well as the logistics on the coast, can bring the Montenegrin economy the brand as something from the southern Adriatic - high salinity and clean water.
"Economically important species in fishing in the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea are hake, red mullet, shrimps, octopuses, but as well as the European pilchard and anchovy. For each of these species, a complete study is already carried out, which resulted in biological and economic limits which state that their fishing is limited to a certain number of tons," Joksimović reminded.
Members of the General Fisheries Commission of the Mediterranean have decided to increase the quota that has been set up in Montenegro to up to 50 tons of oily fish, European pilchard and anchovy. The new quota applies to all other Adriatic countries as well, and it is increased for up to 2.5 tons.
During the mid-December 2018, Montenegrin prosciutto became the new product under protection in Montenegro, as reported by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
“Natural environment, climate conditions in the region of production, long tradition of production and a good reputation of this product, that extends over the boundaries of this region form the basis for the protection of this product as a specific and authentic product. The impact of the geographical surroundings, climate and the skillfulness in the application of special recipe, is responsible for the prosciutto that is highly respected among the consumers, especially tourists who visit Montenegro,” said the representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture.
02 November 2018 - Shopping mall "Bazar" in Podgorica is hosting the fair "VII Bazaar of Montenegrin products", which will take place on November 3 and 4.
The fair will present a wide range of agricultural products, Montenegrin brandy, coffee and tea, various non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, organic food and decorative items.
The aim of the fair is the promotion of Montenegrin traditional products, as well as their improvement, presentation to the visitors of the fair in the best way and finding new channels of sales. In addition, the goal is to recommend and bring Montenegrin authentic products closer to potential larger customers, like shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, hotels’ suppliers, distributors, professional gastronomes etc. With the exhibited products and accompanying activities that makes this fair recognizable, the organisers want to draw attention to a wide range of products from Montenegro that should be consumed as much as possible by the country’s people, which should result in the increase in their production.
All visitors of the fair will be able to get on-site information on the supply, use and purpose of Montenegrin products. With the exhibition of traditional products and direct contact with their producers, the organisers want to emphasise Montenegrin culture and confirm the quality by which the country is recognisable.
In the hope that the number of Montenegrin producers will grow, organisers invite everyone to visit the shopping mall Bazar and to support another promotion of quality and useful Montenegrin products.
The fair will be open on Saturday, November 3 from 8 am to 10 pm and Sunday, November 4, from 8 am to 9 pm.
Read more about TC Bazar here.
September 28, 2018 - The traditional economic and tourist event "Days of Crowberries", organized by the non-governmental association with the same name, will be organized for the 11th time on Sunday, September 30th, on the platform in front of the Shopping mall in Niksic.
September 10, 2018 - With a series of events, the cluster "Probaj domaće" (Taste domestic products) will promote local wine and food producers in order to increase consumption of local food and beverages.
September 6, 2018 - Coming to Herceg Novi this evening? There are so many tasty reasons for you to walk up and down the most prominent city steps, leading from the main square to the city port of Škver or the ancient fortress Kanli kula. Devoted to figs and grapes, NGO Hands is organizing another "Steps Festival".
August 29, 2018 - In the northeastern part of the old town of Kotor, among the vivid gardens and old-style walls, lies a street that keeps the secrets of the old Bokelji since the middle of the 19th century.
August 3, 2018 - For citizens of Ulcinj, bamija is not only a magnificent and delicious dish - it is a unique blend of indigenous cuisine, tradition and history, a sense of belonging and a bond that would bring the tourist product of the town to a new glow, concluded of all the participants at the night organized in the honor of this famous Ulcinj dish at Servantes Square below the palace of Venice in the Old Town in Ulcinj.
Several hundred dancers from all around the world will be dancing on Sunday at the Square in Kolasin, along with an Argentine tango composition that will be performed live by members of the Tanguango Orchestra. The carnival atmosphere on the streets of Kolasin is one of the events within the eighth Tango camp, which is held in this town from July 25th to August 17th. The organizers reported that the participation of the citizens from Kolasin and tourists is free of charge.