When you put more than a century long tradition together with the latest technology in the production and processing of meat, you get an unfailing recipe for success that helped Yuhor win the leading position in this industry in Serbia.
It all started back in 1902, with the establishment of a small company for export of fresh meat and poultry to the Western European market. As early as 1908, they launched the production of sausages according to the recipes of old masters of Italian cuisine, namely of their famous mortadellas and even more popular winter salami. From then on, meat processing gained a prominent position in the plant’s production line. After World War Two and nationalisation, the first factory in the former Yugoslavia registered for exporting meat was Yuhor.
Export-oriented operation along with high quality and constant product range expansion have always been (and still are) the trademarks of the meat industry from Jagodina. At the end of the 1980s of the twentieth century, trimmed meat products were exported to Sweden, beef in own juice and beef stew was exported to Germany, while hams in casings and cans were supplied to the USA. At this moment, the return of Yuhor products to those markets is imperative.
From December 2004, Yuhor has been operating within Delta Agrar, and nowadays it represents a model of a successful and contemporary meat industry, carefully following the requirements of both domestic and international markets. Continuous investments in development, innovation and modernisation of technological processes, as well as in equipment and human resources had crucial impact on high standard and top quality of products.
The result of a century-old successful business is a vast range of more than 130 Yuhor products that meet requirements and tastes of even the most demanding consumers.