Socio-economic involvement

    Taking into account the need to train a special human resource in specific agricultural activities sorting, conditioning, drying, etc.) the company has developed a social inclusion plan, in the seasonal activities of disadvantaged groups in the area.

      Human resource – for the maintenance and harvesting of cultivated species it is necessary to involve 30-35 seasonally employed persons, and for the carrying out of spontaneous flora harvesting activities by means of a No. 18 points of purchase, it is necessary to involve a number of 300-350 pickers.

Arnica montana
Locals in

Apuseni Mountains

    The mountain area has faced and continues to face various problems, which in the long term will lead to major, irreversible changes with a particular impact on the quality of life at regional level.

    Due to the depletion of income-generating wood resources in these areas, an unprecedented population exodus has been used.

    As a result, considerable areas of grassland with a wide biodiversity have been abandoned, causing structural and aesthetic changes in the mountain landscape.

Locals in

Transylvanian Plain

  The lowlands of Transylvania also face particular problems due to the lack of labour, as a consequence of the population exodus to the Diaspora.

  Disadvantaged communities, as well as Roma communities in these areas, have difficulty in ensuring a sustainable income due to a lack of schooling, training at work and seasonal migrati


    In these circumstances, BIOFLORA APUSENI has become the main objective of creating new sources of income for local communities and preserving biodiversity and the mountain landscape.

    Sustainable use of biodiversity and the addition of local value will help to raise local awareness of the importance of mountain resources as an engine of the regional economy.