As of today, the “Lika Quality” label proudly bears 98 products

first_imgSo far, a total of 98 products have been approved for the use of Lika Quality Znaka in the following categories: milk and dairy products, cream, honey, jam, brandy, tea, juice, meat and meat products, vegetables, fruits and fruit products, bakery products , souvenirs and handicrafts.“When you see products with the Lika Quality brand on the shelves, be sure that they are high-quality groceries and souvenirs, locally produced, with a foothold in the production tradition. In addition to branding the gastro-destination, the Lika Quality Label will enable a significant presence of local products on the market. The next step in branding the destination is the certification of the restaurant with the Lika Quality Mark. Those restaurants that offer dishes prepared by Lika Quality groceries will be able to apply for the Public Invitation. ” They point out from the Lika LAG and add that in this way local producers and caterers, ie tourists, will be connected, who will soon be able to enjoy local certified groceries when visiting the destination.Related news: CROATIA HAS 19 REGISTERED PROTECTED PRODUCTS AT EU LEVEL, AND ANOTHER 10 ARE IN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS&lt;/p&gt;<br />
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&lt;p&gt; Lag Lika and Cluster Lika Destination is implementing a five-year project of the regional quality system “Lika Quality” which aims to brand the destination of Lika and the sub-Velebit coast (Lika Destination) as a globally recognizable and environmentally friendly destination with a developed system of self-sustainable economies.All with a clear vision of branding Lika as a unique tourist destination with an excellent indigenous and ecological gastronomic offer.The Quality Character logo is proudly worn by a group of 15 manufacturers  (Tomaić commerce doo, Medical, Eko Gacka, OPG Štajdohar Josip, OPG Turkalj Petar, OPG Shop Dragan, OPG Čačić Alenka, OPG Vlainić Ivan, OPG Hećimović Nikolina, OPG Rukavina Juraj, OPG Pezelj Anita, OPG Rončević Ivana, OPG Furlan Darko, Gačanka Otočac and Vegium doo), and today they were joined by more 22 manufacturers: Obrt „Golac“, OPG Bronzović Marinko, OPG Bogdanić Helena, OPG Priher Ivica, Agrovelebit doo, OPG Šimunić Berislav, Ženska akcija Saborsko, OPG Rast Milan, Lička štrudla Briks jdoo, Klaonica Cesarica, OPG Mašić Mićo, OPG Čubrić Brigita, Internacionalni ceramics center Atelje Janja Gora, OPG Balenović Nikola, OPG Miškulin Nikola, Poljo Lika doo, Pro Milk doo, OPG Ćubelić Ivica, Obrt „Plitvička štrudla“, OPG Keča Perica, OPG Pavičić Marijan and OPG Sabljak Ljubica.last_img read more

Booking com and Airbnb have introduced options for longer stays in accommodation facilities

first_imgAirbnb targets digital nomads and sets trends that follow Airbnb points out that more than six million active entries on the platform accept monthly stays, and more than half of those entries offer discounts for extended trips. Although Airbnb did not provide specific figures, they claim that guest bookings for a monthly stay have “increased significantly” in recent months. Photo by AirBnb Under the new feature, the weekly tariff plan requires a minimum stay of seven nights, while the monthly tariff plan requires a minimum stay of 28 nights. // BOOKING.COM CLOSES FIVE OFFICES WORLDWIDE, ONE IN CROATIA In early September, Airbnb reported that bookings for monthly stays had “increased significantly” since the start of the pandemic, citing growing interest in the concepts of “working from anywhere” i.e. digital nomads. Photo: Daria Shevtsova, Long-term rentals and digital nomads are in trend. center_img There are two trends, one caused by the coronavirus pandemic, where many companies have shifted their business to work from home while others have sought safer places, outside big cities and thus digitally relocated their businesses, as well as another trend that has become even more important during the covid and acceleration, thanks to the digitalization of business and the IT industry – of course they are digital nomads. Although practically every type of real estate meets the requirements for price plans for longer stays, this move is largely designed to strengthen the business of houses and apartments on, and especially communication to focus on long-term rent. In response to the growing demand for long-term stays, now allows property owners to offer weekly and monthly rates.’s move follows Airbnb’s move, which back in April focused on long-term rentals and digital nomads, with the aim of taking advantage of accommodation trends for longer stays. Airbnb and are a great example of positive competition pushing each other and racing over who will be faster, better, more efficient. And thus they are pushing the whole market forward. To make it easier for digital nomads to find the types of stays they are looking for, Airbnb has updated its homepage in most countries to highlight ways people can discover long-term rental stays nearby. – We make the search easier, and we also help the hosts to understand this type of stay and how to use it while again making it easier for the guests to find the right accommodation for their needs., point out from Airbnb. last_img read more

Football Secures 28 Additional Letters of Intent For 2018

first_img2018 Drake Football CommitmentsLandon Albrightson, DL, 6-3, 235, Woodville, Wis. (Baldwin-Woodville)Alex Birchler, TE, 6-4, 174, Red Bud, Ill., (Red Bud)Declan Carr, LB, 6-0, 205, Frankfort, Ill. (Lincoln-Way East)Patrick Conlon, OL, 6-6, 270, Arlington Heights, Ill. (Buffalo Grove)Jakobe Davidson, WR, 5-10, 180, Hutto, Texas (Hutto)Marcell Ellis, DB, 5-10, 165, Flossmoor, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor)Jonathan Engle, OL, 6-2, 271, Fort Collins, Colo. (Fort Collins)Ryan Erickson, DL, 6-4, 210, Dunlap, Ill. (Dunlap)Ben Gerdes, DL, 6-3, 200, Cedar Falls, Iowa (Cedar Falls)Matthew Hartlieb, HB, 6-1, 205, Mequon, Wis. (Homestead)Johnny Hill, LB, 6-1, 207, Bondurant, Iowa (Bondurant-Farrar)Jake Hoper, DL, 6-4, 270, South Beloit, Ill. (Hononegah)Azri Jackson, OL, 6-2, 267, Ankeny, Iowa (Ankeny)Ander Johnson, LB, 6-2, 225, Leawood, Kan. (Blue Valley North)Andrew Kasten, WR, 5-11, 175, Tequesta, Fla. (Dwyer)Zachary Kincade, DL, 6-2, 223, Wood River, Ill. (East Alton Wood River)Kieran Kohorst, DL, 6-4, 210, Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Mount Pleasant)Justin Lamb, QB, 6-5, 180, Parker, Colo. (Regis Jesuit)Ryan Layton, OL, 6-4, 295, Fort Worth, Texas (Timber Creek)Jack Lehmann, OL, 6-5, 265, Waukesha, Wis. (Waukesha South)Braeden McLaughlin, OL, 6-3, 283, Edmond, Okla. (Bishop McGuinness)Noah Mick, RB, 6-0, 190, Elkhorn, Neb. (Millard North)Joseph Mitchell, WR, 6-3, 170, Williamsville, Ill. (Williamsville)Daniel Morales, DB, 5-11, 180, Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak)Colin Mott, OL, 6-2, 256, Colonial Heights, Va. (Colonial Heights)Eian O’Brien, WR, 6-1, 176, Des Moines, Iowa (Roosevelt)Jackson Ostroski, OL, 6-1, 243, Bixby, Okla. (Holland Hall)Hunter Wendling, QB, 5-11, 165, Maple Valley, Wash. (Stadium)Cole Williams, DB, 6-1, 170, Bartlesville, Okla. (Bartlesville) DES MOINES, Iowa – After securing a letter of intent during the early signing period in December, the Drake University football team received letter of intent from 28 student-athletes to open the national signing period, fifth-year head coach Rick Fox announced Wednesday. The 29 new Bulldogs will join the team in August. The 2018 commitments join a program that is slat­ed to return 12 all-Pioneer Football selections from the 2017 season in which the team posted a 7-4 record and finished second in the PFL with a 6-2 mark.  Print Friendly Versioncenter_img “This is an incredibly exciting day that is a culmination of all kinds of hours of work. I can’t even begin to try to imagine how many hours of work by so many people here at Drake to bring in a great group of student-athletes that represent the kind of young man that we look for at Drake University. These young men want to do something great with their lives and want to be at a great educational environment and be a part of our football program to do great things on the football field,” said Fox. “We added 28 guys today in addition to the one that we signed in December. Three of them are from the local area, Johnny Hill who signed in December from Bondurant and then Azri Jackson from Ankeny High School and Eian O’Brien from Des Moines Roosevelt High School both committed today.” Johnny Hill, a Bondurant, Iowa native who committed in December, is joined by 28 student-athletes that will continue their academic and athletic careers hailing from 12 states; including California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Seventeen of the newcomers are projected as offensive players while 12 are defenders.last_img read more