In addition to potatoes, onions, carrots and cereals, Van Woerden Flevo also grows green beans and spinach.


We grow our crops organically, paying great attention to plants, the environment and health. We are proud of our various certifications which reflect our working method, such as Skal, Global Gap and BRC.  


A healthy soil with a rich biodiversity guarantees healthy crops both in the short and long term. We therefore till our soil in an organic manner, using state-of-the-art technology.

Closed chain

Through strict selection of seeds and plants, organic cultivation plus our new in-house processing lines, we guarantee a reliable product whilst reducing – together – the number of food miles.


A good product starts with a healthy soil structure and a well-balanced crop scheme. In association with our customers, we assess the demand for each crop and variety and how we can meet such demand via the provision of fresh produce. Your wishes are the key.


We try and let soil life do its job. We apply management parameters to measure water and minerals and make any necessary adjustments. As such, we also take account of minimal soil burdening, using light machinery and applying efficient plot organisation.


Thanks to our light clay soil, we can already harvest in stages from July to late November. This enables us to ensure extended delivery of fresh products from the field. And thanks to our processing, hydro cooler and in-house cooling, we can also guarantee the best controlled product processing, cooling and storage.

‘I will be happy to supply the very product you want’

We have chosen to grow products using organic and ecological methods, with due respect for nature and the environment. In doing so, we are keen to contribute towards the maintenance of soil quality and healthy food.

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Harvested today
on the shelf tomorrow

The best quality, on an organic basis. We are capable of processing our crops quickly after harvesting and packing them to size. The crops that are still in our soil today will be on the store shelf tomorrow.