This article showcases our top picks for the best The Netherlands based Organic Food companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Organic Food industry, but are all exceptional startups and companies well worth a follow.
We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.
We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Top The Netherlands Organic Food Companies
NutriLeads is an innovative startup that develops nutritional ingredients with demonstrated health effects. NutriLeads aims to catalyze nutritional health innovation in the food industry by partnering with relevant companies to identify promising lead ingredients, develop sustainable and commercially viable production processes, and initiate scientific & clinical programs to substantiate the health effects of these ingredients.
Together we will bring the benefits of the proprietary ingredients to patients and consumers.. .
VitalFluid is a young innovative company specialised in Plasma Activated Water (PAW), engineering & design of PAW-equipment and application. Plasma Activated Water is produced by making use of water, air and electricity.
Ambient air is brought into the plasma phase with electrical energy and plasma activated air is brought into contact with water. Reactive oxygen and nitrogen are dissolved into the water creating Plasma Activated Water.
The process of treating water with plasma is copied out of nature. When lightning strikes during a thunderstorm, rain and water are treated with plasma.
It is one of nature’s ways to fixate nitrogen in the form of nitrate, the most important fertilizer for plants and crops.. .
Organto Foods Inc.
Organto Foods Inc., formerly Columbus Exploration Corporation, is a Canada-based company, which provides fresh-cut, branded organic produce from company-owned organic farms and greenhouses principally located in Guatemala. The Company operates through the sourcing, processing and packaging of natural, organic and specialty food products segment.
The Company focuses on products, such as snow peas, sugar snaps, various types of green beans (Haricot Verts), peppers, broccoli and other vegetable products. In addition, the Company sub-contracts growing of conventional products to multiple growing associations in and around the Patzun, Guatemala area.
The Company supplies distributors, agricultural brokers, retailers and food service companies with a range of private label and branded retail market agricultural produce in Europe and the United States. Organto Guatemala, Sociedad Anonima is a subsidiary of the Company..
The Weed Whacker from Odd.Bot can be utilized via its Robot-as-a-Service offering and can be hired to clean any field of 10+ hectare. The intelligent robot -or robots- can detect both the weeds and crops already in an early stage and autonomously remove the weeds mechanically, specifically in the crop rows and in between the crops.
Its biggest differentiators: sustainability: an alternative for (potential) harmful chemicals versatility: the spacing between the crops may vary resilience: it is highly adaptive and lightweight, which reduces soil compaction. .
“What would the world look like if we grew food on every corner? What would it take?” Aggregating the agricultural space, info and technology in a convenient way for local communities to produce, distribute, consume farm-to-fork sustainable food. OVERVIEW OF THE FOOD DEMOCRACY INITIATIVE Repurpose empty, unused space for farming use and food production.
Navigate through complex evolving agri-space. Collaborative Hub designed to solve challenges together.
Access to Homogeneous Supply (Search segments based off of identical products) Access to Heterogeneous Supply (Match segments based off of distinctive needs) Market Amalgamation, Automation and Autonomy. Host-Volunteer Opportunities (Workaway, WWOOFING) Replicable Template to Empower Makers (local ambassadors, influencers and impactors).
SLA is on a mission: with every organic salad we serve, we aim to make the world a bit more healthy and sustainable. Quite a goal to set, so where did we start? In our home country of the Netherlands of course.
Hundreds of times a year we ask ourselves the same question: “What to eat today?” At SLA we chose to answer that question with organic, pure and local food which is now ordered by thousands of people a year. Added up all these salads already helped a lot of people to get healthier and make more sustainable eating choices.
One single salad, so many benefits. In 2013 we opened the doors of our very first SLA salad bar in Amsterdam.
It was one of the first places in the Netherlands where people could enjoy organic salads, juices, soups, and other snacks. Now, four years later, SLA has grown from 1 to 12 shops and we’ve spread our wings to Utrecht, Haarlem & the Hague.
We’re proud to say we’ve managed to keep our standards high and all of our products are still organic and always made with respect for the environment. Our recipes are plant-based and often vegan and gluten-free..
McDONALD S NEDERLAND
McDonald’s has been 40 years, rooted in Dutch society. As part of that society, McDonald’s feel particularly committed to their environment.
Think global, act local is our motto. McDonald’s Netherlands is part of the McDonald’s Corporation, the world’s largest restaurant chain with more than 34,000 restaurants in 119 countries.
More than 70% of McDonald’s restaurants worldwide are owned by local independent entrepreneurs (franchisees). The quest for quality in all facets of the business is key.
This has translated into the McDonald’s vision of Good Food Fast. McDonald’s wants every guest at any time provide the best quality and a varied choice.
Netherlands got its first McDonald’s restaurant in 1971 in Zaandam. This is directly the first restaurant in Europe.
Meanwhile, there are 242 McDonald’s restaurants in the Netherlands. The menu is constantly adapted over the years to the needs of the guests.
This article was written by Benjamin Friedberg from Toast Fried. The editor for this article was Tess Page. If your company is featured in this article and you want to have amendments made please contact us on: [email protected].
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