The Romanian ‘Eugenia’ biscuits can now be found on the shelves of stores in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, Antena 3 informs. In order to do this the panification plant in Constanta made serious investments in equipment and carefully studied the market. The road to the US is long and the crackers should have a shelf life of at least six months. The business however is profitable – a package that contains seven crackers costs USD 2-3. ‘Eugenia’ also comes in a bio version. ‘Dobrogea’ produces crackers using vegetal ingredients ever since 2006. In fact, for several years now ‘Dobrogea’ has been investing in a business segment it dubs “the food of the future”: panification products with a long shelf life but without additives and food conservants.