Training session on project development and EU funding applications

Training session

We attended a training session on project development and EU funding applications organised by Servizzi Ewropej f’Malta (SEM) in collaboration with Public Services (IPS). This activity helped participants familiarise themselves with matters pertaining to fund applications. These efforts continue to strengthen the possibility of securing funds that could prove beneficial for the local producer.

EXCEL4MED 2nd meeting


The second consortium meeting of the EXCEL4MED project was held from 25 to 26 January, at the Malta Chamber of Commerce was a success! Malta Food Agency together will all the partners of the project form Greece, Malta and France discussed the milestones reached in 2023 and looked into the new objectives for 2024 with excitement. A big thank you to all project partners for their active participation – it was a great time catching up. Looking forward to the next steps in the project!


Leave No One Behind

Leave No One Behind

The Malta Fooda Agency presented the book “Leave No One Behind” to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Angelo Farrugia.

A book being published by the Malta Food Agency to commemorate World Food Day.
The book gathers information about the work carried out by the agency, the activities we organised to commemorate World Food Day, as well as a collection of speeches and contributions from various speakers, Maltese and foreign, who had participated in a conference in the Parliament of Malta on 14 October 2023.

Promoting Extra Virgin Olive Oil

promoting Extra Virgin Olive Oil

An event at the Farmers Market Ta’ Qali dedicated to promoting Extra Virgin Olive Oil, emphasizing its benefits and uses. The occasion featured prizes, food, and informative sessions. We thank the third year students of BSc. (Hons) Home Economics and Erasmus for their valuable contributions and active participation, along with the collaboration of Koperattiva Produtturi taż-Żebbuġ Limited.

Discussions with the International Olive Council

Discussions with Olive Council

We engaged in fruitful discussions with representatives from the International Olive Council and an industry expert, alongside the Co-operative of Olive Producers. These conversations are part of our ongoing efforts to enhance collaboration and add greater value to our country’s olive sector.

Excel4Med at Farmers Market Ta’ Qali!


Thank you for joining us at the Farmers Market! Where information was shared about Excel4Med, a project focused on the production of nutritious food products and the valorization of food industrial side-streams. We thank everyone who attended, as well as the farmers for providing fresh, local oranges and pomegranates. Thanks also goes to The Malta Chamber for their participation.

Pitkalija Outlet Project – call for VOs to manage outlet

Pitkalija Outlet Project

MCVS is collaborating with the Malta Food Agency and Aġenzija Sapport to offer a new business opportunity to a voluntary organisation/s. The venture involves managing a commercial outlet at the Pitkalija market to sell unsold produce to domestic buyers.
Interested? More information and to register for an info meeting click here.
Deadline to express your interest is Friday 17th November at noon. In case of any queries contact [email protected].

World Food Day 2023

World Food Day 2023

This year, as part of the global observance of World Food Day, the Malta Food Agency is proud to align itself with the FAO’s chosen theme: “Water is life, water is food: leave no one behind.”

In collaboration with Skola Sajf, we organised an inspiring poster competition that garnered participation from over 800 students aged 3 and above.

In addition, teaming up with the Office of the Speaker of the House allowed us to showcase a curated selection of these remarkable posters alongside an array of exquisite local artisanal food products.

New branding for the Farmers Market.

New Branding Farmers Market

The Farmers Market offers a consumer market platform where they have the opportunity to buy local fresh produce direct from the local farmer, fisherman and food producers.

We are continuously working to further improve and strengthen the Farmers Market. With the launch of the branding, we are seeing a new logo and more organisation at our Farmers Markets, where sellers will now be in uniform, which will be giving the Farmers Market an identity to be able to promote it on an international scale.

At the Farmers Market we find a vast selection of fresh local food products including fruit, vegetables, meat, fish as well as artisanal products amongst others.

New Branding Farmers Market
New Branding Farmers Market
New Branding Farmers Market