Vegetables of yesteryear
Delicious taste and beautiful color
At our arable farm in Flevoland, we grow, wash and process a variety of colorful field vegetables, such as colored carrots and beets. They are flavorful products grown with passion.
We grow several colorful outdoor vegetables, such as colored carrots, beets and parsnips. They are flavorful products grown with passion.
Colors of carrot
We have our colored carrots in a variety of colorful colors. From red to purple and from white to yellow carrots.
Colors of crucibles
Beautiful colorful beets with a powerful flavor. Its earthy flavor combined with a slightly sweet hue makes for many unique uses in a variety of dishes.
Color with more flavor
Zonneheerdt aims to give people a taste of the true flavor of vegetables by growing vegetables with color and flavor. Because of our flat taste, we no longer taste the difference between the main course and the appetizer. It is important to pay more attention to the broad taste from bitter to sour and from sweet to salty in our daily food and to choose vegetables first before choosing meat or fish.
All of our products are certified. Here, Global G.A.P. (Good Agricultural Practice) was chosen. The entire production process is certified to this global standard. A long-term investment involves a good balance between caring for people, the environment and making a profit,. This is why Zonneheerdt participates in the sustainability concept of Stichting Veldleeuwerik. This involves the economical use of resources, such as water, soil and air.
In our production process, we wash and sort all kinds of colors of vegetables. Fortunately, for the rinsing process, we do not need an endless amount of water because a recirculation system has been installed on our property. Once the vegetables are rinsed clean, another visual inspection follows to sort out any growth cracks and other conditions. Then they go to the weighing machine. Here, weighed quantities enter crates directly and are prepared for shipping.
The Topper family came to Dronten in 1962 and from 1970 Jannes Topper continued to expand the arable farm and began growing potatoes, seed onions, sugar beets, malting barley and baking wheat. This farm his son Martin Topper, later took over and he himself continued the arable farm his father had started. We still enjoy growing these products.
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Due to the wide variety of possibilities in terms of colors, flavors, processing and preparation options, our vegetables are an added value for: retail, food service and industry. Please feel free to contact us if we have given you an idea as a result of our colored vegetables or if you would like to know more.
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