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18-03

Organic mangoes from Burkina Faso

We are heading to the Burkinabe organic mango season, which is starting in week 14.

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28-01

OTC is looking forward to Fruit Logistica!

From 6 to 8 February, our passionate exhibition team will be at your service to talk to you about our beautiful company, but above all, to consider how we can be of service to you!

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14-01

New corporate identity

In 2018 there were major internal changes at OTC Organics B.V. The company name of Organic Trade Company Holland B.V. changed to OTC Organics B.V. and we moved to our new office in Dronten.

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25-10

Place in the finals ‘GLOBALG.A.P. Awards 2018’

One of the projects we are very proud of is the ‘Aspromayo Organic Tahiti Lime Exports project’. This beautiful project  supervised by Alexander Restrepo has achieved a place in final of the "GLOBALG.A.P. Awards 2018 "!

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20-09

OTC Organics participating Fruit Attraction in Madrid

This year OTC Organics B.V. will be joining the Fruit Attraction for the second time which takes place from 23 to 25 October in Madrid.

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17-07

OTC Organics is the first to offer organic passioncuja from Ghana

“The best product characteristics of passion fruit and maracuja”

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24-05

OTC Organics B.V. is going to move!

We are proud to announce that we are moving to our new office at Eskimolaan 11 in Dronten as of Monday, the 28th of May.

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11-04

Burkinese organic mango season starts with new processing facility

Recently the Burkinese family business Sanlé Sechage opened its doors of a new mango processing facility.

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01-03

OTC-Holland member of NABC

OTC has recently joined the Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC). By becoming a member OTC endorses the latter’s believe that the Dutch private sector has a prominent role to play in the sustainable development of the African continent.

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07-02

Proud member of SIFAV

In 2017 OTC signed the covenant ‘Sustainability Initiative Fruits and Vegetables (SIFAV) 2020’. The purpose of the covenant is to have the import of fresh fruits and vegetables from Central and South America, Africa and Asia by the private partners in the agreement 100% sustainably sourced by 2020.

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