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BASF’s vegetable seeds brand Nunhems celebrates 25 years jubilee in Indiaqrcode

Mar. 25, 2020

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Mar. 25, 2020
With a history of 100+ years globally and 25 years in India, the BASF vegetable seeds brand Nunhems is dedicated to producing best in class market-oriented varieties and seed products which fulfills dreams and enriches lives of customers.
BASF sells 110+ varieties in 6 vegetable crops in India. BASF's customers continue to be their focus and strength. They don’t only grow seeds, but also help to grow customers’ business. Their local breeding programs deliver innovative products that meet everyday demands with traits and characteristics that are suited to different climates, growing conditions and to cultural and consumer preferences which in turn help improve customers business growth and profitability.
BASF’s vegetable seeds business has state-of-the-art Research and Development (R&D) facilities at Bengaluru, India, equipped with best in class resources. The vegetable solutions they provide are in line with consumers’ needs and is an example of their strong and innovative approach shaping the future of vegetable seeds. The business has NAL Authorized Quality Assurance laboratories and reliable Quality Management Systems and best in class R&D as key differentiators. Their high-quality seeds are exported to customers in many countries.
BASF believes in inclusiveness, collaboration, trust and building long term relationships with customers. With innovation, customer centricity and healthy work culture at its core, BASF is pioneer in the vegetable seeds industry across the globe. 
Source: Nunhems

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