Zonneheerdt team

Strengthen team

We grow, wash and process various colorful field vegetables on our farm, such as carrots and beets. They are flavorful products grown with passion.

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Vacancy of new team member

We are looking for a new team member to join our Zonneheerdt team.

If you enjoy being involved in our production process and working with field vegetables, then Zonneheerdt may be for you.

If you would like to join us in growing Zonneheerdt even more, we look forward to receiving your application.


If you are looking for a fun internship and are interested in our company, please feel free to send us a message so we can look into the possibilities.

We ask:

  • You are studious
  • You see what you can do
  • You can do an internship 1 to 5 days a week

We offer:

  • A tasty bowl of vegetables to take home
  • A fun team to work with
  • An appropriate internship stipend
Color with more flavor

Growing Farm

Zonneheerdt crops

Starting in 2011, we began to specialize in growing the most flavorful and colorful outdoor vegetables. These include primal beets as well as colored carrots, parsnips and carrot parsley. Vegetables that are no longer grown much. Zonneheerd wants to let people taste the real taste of the vegetables grown,. She therefore grows vegetables with color and flavor.

Our products

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.

Colors of carrot

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

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.

Various vegetables

Various vegetables

We also grow several other vegetables, such as parsnips and carrot parsley. They are also called forgotten vegetables.

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