Let’s meet in Madrid!

For the third time in a row, OTC Organics will be joining the Fruit Attraction in Madrid! It’s the eleventh edition of this fair, which is a proven meeting place for producers and distributors of fruit and vegetables. Just like previous years, OTC Organics will be present at the Holland Pavilion. Would you like to know what we can offer you? We would like to invite you to come and visit our new stand 10G01 between 22 and 24 October!

Chain between supplier and buyer
Thanks to our ever-increasing network of professional growers, we supply our customers with 100% organic fruit and vegetables every single week – worldwide! We want to achieve further growth, in close collaboration with our organic growers. You provide us with a delicious organic product, we support you with the sale and distribution of your organic fruit and / or vegetables. From cultivation plans to sales: we guide you through it from A to Z and we are there when help is needed. Even if you want to make the move to organic farming, or if you are currently in the middle of a transitioning from conventional to organic farming, we would like to get in touch with you!

Carefree buyers
We provide fresh organic fruit and vegetables to our buyers in Europe and North America on a weekly basis. There’s no need to worry about certification, inspection, storage, packaging or distribution: we take care of it all!

Will you be there?
You are very welcome in our stand 10G01. Fred Kloen (Sales Director), Matthé Hendrikse (Purchasing Director), Cornelis Ernst (Purchasing Manager) and Alexander Restrepo (Product Development Manager) are very pleased to meet you!

23-09

Let’s meet in Madrid!

For the third time in a row, OTC Organics will be joining the Fruit Attraction in Madrid! We would like to invite you to come and visit our new stand between 22 and 24 October! Read article
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South African organic sweet potatoes

For the first time available at OTC Organics! Read article
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Proud member of COLEACP

Recently OTC Organics became a member of The Europe-Africa-Caribbean-Pacific Liaison Committee (COLEACP). A civil society organization (CSO), established in 1973 by stakeholders in the international fruit and vegetable trade. Read article