Nizhyn Cannery (ТМ Nizhyn) was founded in 1927. Since Soviet times, it has been the best-known manufacturer of canned fruit and vegetable products in the country. In 2000, Nizhyn Cannery became a part of the Fozzy Group.
Today, the company consists of the following units: CJSC Nizhyn canning plant (Nizhyn, Chernigivskyi region), the Kherson business unit of CJSC Nizhyn branch cannery canning plant (Muzykivka, Khersonskyi region), and Nizhyn Trade House - the exclusive sales representative of Nizhyn Cannery in Kyiv and 2 agroshops in Chernihiv and Kherson regions.
Nizhyn Cannery's product range covers more than 120 items - all high-quality products that have won great praise at international tasting competitions.
TM Nizhyn has won numerous awards, including gold medals, at international exhibitions in Paris, Madrid, Frankfurt; and at the international Grand Prix competition Best Product – 2003 ProdExpo 2003, a gold medal at the Product of the Year – 2011 international professional tasting competition, which was held at World Food Moscow – 2011, a gold medal at the Product of the Year – 2012 professional tasting competition, held during ProdExpo – 2012. One of the latest awards received in Kiev in April 2014 at the top 100 agricultural companies of Ukraine awarding ceremony – "UKRAINE AGRICULTURAL ELITE 2014", which was conducted by The Ukrainian Farmer magazine.
All of TM Nizhyn's products are made from the freshest Ukrainian summer-grown vegetables. The entire process of production is strictly monitored, from the quality of the raw materials to that of the finished product itself. The enterprise has installed new equipment from Hungary, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain, and has the latest production lines for agricultural product processing. Tried-and-tested recipes and old secrets of canning help give TM Nizhyn's products a taste that can't be matched by any other brand.
Traditionally high quality TM Nizhyn’s canned fruits and vegetables appreciated both Ukrainian and foreign consumers. TM Nizhyn’s products exported to Azerbaydzhan, Belarus, Israel, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, USA, Czech Republic and Estonia.