InVivo and Valagro sign co-development and distribution agreement

French agricultural cooperative Group InVivo and Valagro S.p.A. announced that they have signed an agreement on co-development and distribution. According to the agreement, InVivo Agriculture will distribute, in the French market, Valagro biostimulant solutions, specifically designed to enhance crop productivity and quality, as well as to meet the nutritional needs of row crops and French wine grape varieties.

For InVivo Agriculture, this agreement is aligned with its 2025 strategy, which has defined the offer of biocontrol and biostimulants products to their cooperatives and farmers as a top priority. InVivo was advised by Laurent Vermer from Future Food Partners in the structuring and negotiation of the agreement.

Laurent Martel, General Manager of InVivo Agriculture said: “This year after the acquisition of Bioline, the specialist of biocontrol in greenhouses, this agreement with Valagro reinforces our commitment to becoming a leader in the supply of biocontrol solutions and biostimulant in the French, European and North American market. The co-development and distribution agreement allows both companies to strenghten the offer of sustainable and innovative solutions to the benefit of the French growers.”
Mr. Giuseppe Natale, CEO of Valagro, commented: "We believe that it is critically important to offer concrete, innovative and more personalized solutions, which meet the real needs of our customers and InVivo is a strategic partner to achieve this ambitious objective. This partnership will enable us to meet the growing needs of row crops and wine grape producers who are essential to Valagro and represent key segments of the French agricultural market. With this Agreement, Valagro keeps on implementing its efforts to significantly enhance its market presence for its unique line of biologicals.”

In addition, the partnership between InVivo and Valagro aims to combine efforts to develop new solutions for the nutritional needs of row crops and wine grape varieties. In the near future, the two companies are expected to continue their partnership through distribution agreements in other European countries.

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