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Rijk Zwaan Stronger Together

Working together in today’s dynamic market

Rijk Zwaan is committed to supporting growers and partners in their efforts to produce, distribute and/or process fruit and vegetables. Based on the very latest market insights, we aim to help the vegetable food chain to adapt to the ‘new economy’ by providing customised, relevant and applicable advise and solutions. Our teams are doing their utmost to keep the day-to-day activities running smoothly and stay connected with our business partners.

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22 May - Help our partners in the vegetable chain

Our teams are doing their utmost to keep the day-to-day activities running smoothly and stay connected with growers and many other business partners. We are embracing every opportunity to continue our support through effective online communication, but we’re staying connected in a one-to-one manner offline as well.

30 April - Virtual crop advice for growers and business partners

The coronavirus outbreak calls for a different approach to communication. But one thing is clear: it doesn’t stop us from providing growers and business partners with the best technical crop advice to support their businesses.

23 April 2020 - Interview Andrea Launeck

"We’re working as hard as always to do our bit to support our growers and others in the fresh produce chain", says Andrea Launeck, Director of Rijk Zwaan Italy. In this interview he reflects on the coronavirus situation and the supply of seeds in Italy. 

Stronger Together

The spread of coronavirus affects us all. Growers, distributors, supermarkets and many others in the food chain are working hard to guarantee there is enough food available. They are all an essential link in the food supply chain every day. That's why over 3,300 employees worldwide are doing their utmost to ensure a continued supply of seeds.

19 March 2020 - Message Board of Directors

Vegetable seeds are at the very start of the food chain. Without vegetables seeds, growers cannot produce vegetables for people to eat.

Read the message of our Board of Directors.