GREENHOUSE VEGETABLES

REAP THE FRUITS

Greenhouse vegetables are the only vegetables where we eat the fruit rather than the leaves, stems or roots. In this key vegetable segment, Staay runs its own cultivation in the Netherlands of cucumbers and tomatoes, among other crops. Tomatoes such as vine tomatoes, vine cherry, classic round and beef are carefully cultivated in modern greenhouses in the Netherlands for Staay under the Enjoy and NERO Premium house brands. Under the name of Sweet Enjoy, exclusive premium vine cherry tomatoes are also grown for Staay.

A leading Staay grower in the south of Spain ensures a steady supply of fresh courgettes under our house brand NERO Premium.

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Origin Origin

  • The Netherlands

  • Spain

  • Morocco

  • Turkey

  • Tea

Availability Availabilty

  • Courgettes: weeks 1-26 and 32-52

  • NL cucumbers: weeks 6-48

  • NL tomatoes: weeks 6-48

  • ES cucumbers: weeks 45-10

Home-grownHome-grown

  • Tomatoes - the Netherlands

  • Cucumbers - the Netherlands

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Nico Veldhoen

Commercial Manager (Papendrecht)

Rik Zeelenberg

Manager Staay Alblasserdam

Wim van der Staay

Board SFG (Venlo)

Matthijs Vlasblom

Board SFG (Papendrecht)

Stijn van Bael

Account Manager (Venlo)

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