• Organic fruit farm in Bulgaria

    David Hollands and family visit an organic fruit farm near to Geshaview.

    published: 15 Nov 2011
  • Organic Bulgarian Yogurt

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    published: 19 Jun 2012
  • Organic food in Bulgaria

    Кратък репортаж, който направих за органичната храна в България. Не е окончателна версия. Има доста неща за редактиране.

    published: 13 Aug 2017
  • Melissa at her organic distillery in the Rose Valley in Bulgaria

    Melissa showing the Rose otto roses (Rosa damascena) being picked for distillation at the end of May, This farm is in Kazanlak, Bulgaria, a 4th generation organic rose farm and distillery.

    published: 27 Jan 2017
  • Organic rose Damascena flowers in Bulgaria .avi

    Organic flowers rose Damascena drying One of the biggest in Bulgaria dryers, (Rose Valley) Kazanlak Rose Village,

    published: 06 Jun 2010
  • Preserve Organic Bulgaria!

    I do not own any of the music used here.

    published: 23 Feb 2014
  • Bulgaria blooms in production of lavender oil

    The carpet of organic lavender stretches 100 hectares (250 acres) at the Enio Bonchev Production Company located close to the central town of Kazanlak, at the foot of the Balkan mountains in Bulgaria. It's noon, and dozens of workers are picking lavender blossoms in the blistering heat on the purple coloured fields. At temperatures close to the 100-degrees-Fahrenheit mark (37.8 Celsius) the blossoms' concentration of oil is at its highest. Skilled workers can pick up to 300 kilograms (660 lbs.) of blossoms per day. Despite the beautiful setting, work in the fields in tough, as seasonal worker, Nina Pashova explains. "Each summer I work here on the field along with my father. I cannot find any other job. I'm unemployed for the rest of the year. Summer time we work, winter time we don...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • First impressions of Bulgaria

    http://preparetoserve.com/BULGARIA First impressions of Bulgaria.

    published: 28 Aug 2013
  • Ambivalent Consumers and the Limits of Certification: Organic Foods in Postsocialist Bulgaria

    Yuson Jung, assistant professor of Anthropology, Wayne State University. Dec 4, 2013

    published: 08 Dec 2013
  • Agriculture in Bulgaria, Vidin #1

    www.agroexperts.bg

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • Chit chat + Bulgarian Rose skincare

    My beautiful friend Svetlana sent me some Bulgarian Rose products & here I am smelling them and whatnot. Her instagram is @lanasidhe and she's an elven queen x Find me elsewhere - Tumblr: www.daisylola.com Instagram: daisylola Shop: www.peachpitpoetry.com

    published: 01 May 2016
  • Top Things To Do and See in Sofia, Bulgaria - The Best of Sofia,Bulgaria | Bulgaria Travel Guide

    Top Things To Do and See in Sofia, Bulgaria - The Best of Sofia,Bulgaria | Top Attractions Travel Guide Travel To Sofia, Bulgaria Is Fun At Affordable Price Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria. This city is full of possibilities to have fun. I spoke with many foreigners who have been in Bulgaria and Sofia and most of them shared these impressions: 1) Bulgarian restaurants and especially these in Sofia are good, really good. It is very easy to find a good place where you can eat organic, quality food. The food in Bulgaria is still organic and you can feel the real taste of fruits and vegetables. 2) You can live better in Bulgaria with the money you spent in American or Western European country. Services in Bulgaria are really affordable - I give you my best example - haircut is 5 euros and...

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Let's Preserve Organic Bulgaria

    I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

    published: 23 Feb 2014
  • Harvest time for Bulgaria's blooming rose oil industry

    Bulgaria's rose valley is a vision of pink. The Damascena rose buds have burst into colour - and are ready for picking. Workers are turning out here early in the morning to harvest the flowers, to make rose oil - fondly known as "liquid gold" because of its density and honey notes. It's a blooming industry - providing seasonal jobs for some 40-thousand people. The Damascena is considered to be the best oil-bearing rose. The petals are picked still laden with dew - and then transported to a distillery as soon as possible, to keep them in the best shape. "I work in construction, but every year I do not want to miss the rose picking. I am helping my family. I am satisfied with the work because it provides good income," says rose picker Anton Naskov. "Well, so far we are well, in the ...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Alteya Organics - Rose Harvest

    Rose harvesting at Alteya's rose fields in the heart of the Bulgarian Rose Valley. Rose oil and rose water distillation. Celebrations at the annual Bulgarian Rose Festival attracting tourists from all over the world.

    published: 20 Oct 2011
  • Taste at the Geshaview village in Bulgaria.

    Taste the difference in the organic fruit and vegetables at the Geshaview holiday village in Bulgaria.

    published: 25 Jan 2011
Organic fruit farm in Bulgaria

Organic fruit farm in Bulgaria

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David Hollands and family visit an organic fruit farm near to Geshaview.
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Organic Bulgarian Yogurt

Organic Bulgarian Yogurt

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Organic food in Bulgaria

Organic food in Bulgaria

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Кратък репортаж, който направих за органичната храна в България. Не е окончателна версия. Има доста неща за редактиране.
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Melissa at her organic distillery in the Rose Valley in  Bulgaria

Melissa at her organic distillery in the Rose Valley in Bulgaria

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Melissa showing the Rose otto roses (Rosa damascena) being picked for distillation at the end of May, This farm is in Kazanlak, Bulgaria, a 4th generation organic rose farm and distillery.
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Organic rose Damascena flowers in Bulgaria  .avi

Organic rose Damascena flowers in Bulgaria .avi

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Organic flowers rose Damascena drying One of the biggest in Bulgaria dryers, (Rose Valley) Kazanlak Rose Village,
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Preserve Organic Bulgaria!

Preserve Organic Bulgaria!

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2014
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I do not own any of the music used here.
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Bulgaria blooms in production of lavender oil

Bulgaria blooms in production of lavender oil

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The carpet of organic lavender stretches 100 hectares (250 acres) at the Enio Bonchev Production Company located close to the central town of Kazanlak, at the foot of the Balkan mountains in Bulgaria. It's noon, and dozens of workers are picking lavender blossoms in the blistering heat on the purple coloured fields. At temperatures close to the 100-degrees-Fahrenheit mark (37.8 Celsius) the blossoms' concentration of oil is at its highest. Skilled workers can pick up to 300 kilograms (660 lbs.) of blossoms per day. Despite the beautiful setting, work in the fields in tough, as seasonal worker, Nina Pashova explains. "Each summer I work here on the field along with my father. I cannot find any other job. I'm unemployed for the rest of the year. Summer time we work, winter time we don't. There's no other way here for us." Within 24 hours, bags packed with lavender petals are taken to the nearby distillery where workers press them by foot before the precious oil is extracted in a steam distillation process. Bulgarian farmers have expanded their output of lavender oil leaving France lagging behind. France is the traditional leader in the production of this important cosmetics ingredient. Bulgaria has doubled its production of lavender essential oil from 60 metric tonnes in 2011 to an expected 120 metric tonnes this year, according to one of the country's top producers. Looking into Bulgaria's expansion into the lavender business, Nikolay Ninov, an expert at the state-run laboratory for essential oils, says production has shrunk in countries like Hungary, Moldova and Ukraine - especially on the Crimea peninsula. He says Bulgaria, the EU's poorest country with its high unemployment rate, scores of skilled farmers, a favourable climate and unspoiled fields, provides a promising blend for essential oil producers. "Producers like Hungary, the former Yugoslav republics, Moldova and Ukraine with its former Crimea peninsula - the heart of the lavender oil production and China have ceased production over the past 30 years leaving it all to Bulgaria." According to the Enio Bonchev Production Company owner, Filip Lissicharov Bulgarian producers are exporting two-thirds of their output annually to French producers of lavender oil as French companies strive to keep their market position. He cites reports by CRIEPPAM, a French fragrant plants research organisation, according to which a plague of cicada insects in southern France linked to global warming has seriously damaged crops in the Provence lavender fields. Lissicharov says Bulgaria has taken advantage of this and expects this year's prices to stay at previous levels of around 60-70 euro (USD $82 - $95) per ton. Lissicharov warns that lavender oil prices have to be kept at reasonable levels as it is used mainly as an ingredient in mass cosmetics which could be skipped by producers if prices soar. Other large buyers of Bulgarian lavender oil besides France are Germany, the United States and Japan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c618a60df50765b1359ff52f7c2e6adf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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First impressions of Bulgaria

First impressions of Bulgaria

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http://preparetoserve.com/BULGARIA First impressions of Bulgaria.
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Ambivalent Consumers and the Limits of Certification: Organic Foods in Postsocialist Bulgaria

Ambivalent Consumers and the Limits of Certification: Organic Foods in Postsocialist Bulgaria

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Yuson Jung, assistant professor of Anthropology, Wayne State University. Dec 4, 2013
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Agriculture in Bulgaria, Vidin #1

Agriculture in Bulgaria, Vidin #1

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www.agroexperts.bg
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Chit chat + Bulgarian Rose skincare

Chit chat + Bulgarian Rose skincare

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My beautiful friend Svetlana sent me some Bulgarian Rose products & here I am smelling them and whatnot. Her instagram is @lanasidhe and she's an elven queen x Find me elsewhere - Tumblr: www.daisylola.com Instagram: daisylola Shop: www.peachpitpoetry.com
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Top Things To Do and See in Sofia, Bulgaria - The Best of Sofia,Bulgaria | Bulgaria Travel Guide

Top Things To Do and See in Sofia, Bulgaria - The Best of Sofia,Bulgaria | Bulgaria Travel Guide

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Top Things To Do and See in Sofia, Bulgaria - The Best of Sofia,Bulgaria | Top Attractions Travel Guide Travel To Sofia, Bulgaria Is Fun At Affordable Price Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria. This city is full of possibilities to have fun. I spoke with many foreigners who have been in Bulgaria and Sofia and most of them shared these impressions: 1) Bulgarian restaurants and especially these in Sofia are good, really good. It is very easy to find a good place where you can eat organic, quality food. The food in Bulgaria is still organic and you can feel the real taste of fruits and vegetables. 2) You can live better in Bulgaria with the money you spent in American or Western European country. Services in Bulgaria are really affordable - I give you my best example - haircut is 5 euros and visit to the dentist is 10-15 euros (I mean not only the visit, but the most common manipulation - the filling). 3) Shopping - there are many Bulgarian clothes brands that are really good - can you imagine buying quality suit in Europe for fewer than 100 euros? 4) Night clubs are open until there are people who want to have fun, you can dance with local young people and recharge your batteries. 5) Bulgaria is full of places with hot mineral water sources which have healing power - Hisar, Velingrad, Vonesta Voda, Bankia and many others. 6) Countryside is beautiful - mountains to climb, nice views to take pictures and hospitable villages to have a sleep. 7) Bulgaria has 4 seasons and you can enjoy sunbathing and skiing. Springs and autumns are with very mild climate and you can practice nice walk in the parks or to the nearest mountain. 8) If you want to loose weight, Bulgaria is the perfect location. 2 weeks stay at special weight loss center is no more than 500 euros including room, food, exercises and health control. Rumiana Ilieva is a webmaster of [http://www.sofiabulgariatravel.com] The site features local resident’s best places in Sofia, Bulgaria. Article Source: [http://EzineArticles.com/?Travel-To-Sofia,-Bulgaria-Is-Fun-At-Affordable-Price&id=475526] Travel To Sofia, Bulgaria Is Fun At Affordable Price top 5 places to visit in Dubai►https://youtu.be/yIX0qDkwxUM Top 5 Hottest Actresses in Hollywood►https://youtu.be/r-rbpNJueQc Top 5 Hottest Actors in Hollywood ►https://youtu.be/uOo0FnerDG8 Top 5 Richest people in the world ►https://youtu.be/-2xKVvSv82U Top 5 Forex Trading platforms ►https://youtu.be/j4as-w8wMQU Top 5 Banks In USA ►https://youtu.be/YofK6JzNxXY 5 Real Signs of Vampires ►https://youtu.be/aV9-qSs2E44 Top 5 Best Bluetooth Selfie Sticks ►https://youtu.be/Twq4ygxZAwE Top 5 Football Team in NFL ►https://youtu.be/o46S7u6SmR8 Top 5 Horror Object in The World ►https://youtu.be/lC2oEP7_gfQ Top 5 Happiest Countries Ever ► https://youtu.be/Mcz9C9jGxTk 5 Ways To Make Money Quickly►https://youtu.be/GuKP3ATXL44 Top 5 Best Banks in Canada►https://youtu.be/c12tyJFaG6I Top 5 Tshirt Brands►https://youtu.be/5Tr9qPO-Y88 Top 5 best DSLR cameras►https://youtu.be/bKmke-gNUt4 Top 5 Newspapers in USA►https://youtu.be/KzXrr00HK3U Top 5 Dog Breeds in The World►https://youtu.be/tTF7Prqsg18 Music By: Pilots Of Stone by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ For More Info Subscribe Our Channel
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Let's Preserve Organic Bulgaria

Let's Preserve Organic Bulgaria

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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Harvest time for Bulgaria's blooming rose oil industry

Harvest time for Bulgaria's blooming rose oil industry

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Bulgaria's rose valley is a vision of pink. The Damascena rose buds have burst into colour - and are ready for picking. Workers are turning out here early in the morning to harvest the flowers, to make rose oil - fondly known as "liquid gold" because of its density and honey notes. It's a blooming industry - providing seasonal jobs for some 40-thousand people. The Damascena is considered to be the best oil-bearing rose. The petals are picked still laden with dew - and then transported to a distillery as soon as possible, to keep them in the best shape. "I work in construction, but every year I do not want to miss the rose picking. I am helping my family. I am satisfied with the work because it provides good income," says rose picker Anton Naskov. "Well, so far we are well, in the future we will see." Unique climate and soil conditions make the Rose Valley one of the world's biggest production areas for rose oil. Low temperatures in the morning of 5 to 10 degrees Celsius (41 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit) and highs of 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (77 to 86 Fahrenheit) at midday are said to help the roses generate more oil. The air humidity, cloudiness and precipitation in May and June are said to help too. The quantity of flowers picked in a day is closely matched with how much can be processed, here at the Enyo Bonchev rose oil distillery. The sacks of petals are emptied into huge vats as part of the production process. "The initial production of rose oil is a simple distillation. For this purpose, rose oil distillers have been used, these copper kettles and wooden coolers. The first distillate is being boiled again to give a purer product," explains Genka Zhekova, a technologist at the distillery. It takes some 4,000 kilograms (8,800 pounds) of rose petals to produce one kilogram (2.2 pounds) of 100 percent pure, steam distilled rose oil. The oil, which is used in perfumes, costs up to seven-thousand euros (9,551 US dollars) per kilogram. Bulgaria is one of the world's leading exporters of rose oil, producing 70 percent of the world's output. Filip Lesicharov, Chief Executive Officer and Owner of the Enyo Bonchev distillery, says traceability is "one of the most important things" for customers. Demand for organically produced, fairtrade oil is growing says Bonchev. "They are coming more and more comparing in the past years in order to check our production, how we are working, whether we are using fair trade practices," he explains. "Not only caring about the quality of the product which they are receiving but also how we are producing this rose oil. Every year we have different visits from customers and I see more of them coming to Bulgaria." The biggest buyers of Bulgarian rose oil are France, the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, the United States and Japan. There also emerging markets in China, Thailand, and Korea. This year's harvest season started on 10 May and ends on 15 June. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/744d753477f3ec7d9204cf027b8a7614 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Alteya Organics - Rose Harvest

Alteya Organics - Rose Harvest

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Rose harvesting at Alteya's rose fields in the heart of the Bulgarian Rose Valley. Rose oil and rose water distillation. Celebrations at the annual Bulgarian Rose Festival attracting tourists from all over the world.
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Taste at the Geshaview village in Bulgaria.

Taste at the Geshaview village in Bulgaria.

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Taste the difference in the organic fruit and vegetables at the Geshaview holiday village in Bulgaria.
https://wn.com/Taste_At_The_Geshaview_Village_In_Bulgaria.