VEHGRO - Organic Wholesaler - Private Label Partner

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What is important to you about doing business with an organic wholesaler? A choice of small and large purchase quantities. Huge range of organic products. Online orders for a fair price. A partner who is a responsible entrepreneur. Vehgro could be this and more for you, the number one organic wholesaler in Europe. We believe that everyone should have access to healthy, organic food. Therefore, our vision is nutritious food for all, provided by the earth. Certified organic products. We as VehGro B.V. have made it our task to supply a particularly broad range with up to 2000 different, high-quality organic products. Our product portfolio ranges from powders and granules to nuts, beans and cereals. We require our products to be free from artificial substances for odours, tastes and preservatives.

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"Origin and history of the Shiitake The shiitake (Lentinula edodes) is an edible mushroom, which occurs naturally in Japan, China and Korea. Here the mushroom is grown for centuries and appreciated for its taste and smell. In Asian cuisine, it is a commonly used mushroom. The shiitake grows on hard woods such as beech, oak, walnut and chestnut. The shiitake has a light brown to dark brown cap and belongs next to the mushroom to the most cultivated mushrooms in the world. Processing to Shiitake Mushroom Powder The shiitake is harvested when it has grown well, but the cap edge is still slightly curled down. The cap should already be loose from the stem, otherwise the shiitake is still too young. If the cap is too wide outwards, the shiitake is already too old. After harvesting, the mushroom is cut into pieces and put in the oven to dry. Then it is processed into a fine shiitake mushroom powder. Healthy properties of Shiitake The shiitake contains …"

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"Use These bath salt balls can be used in the bath, have a relaxing and cleansing effect and are good for the skin. These balls are made from 100% Himalayan natural salt, and come from Pakistan. This bar bead has a diameter of about 3 inches. Himalayan crystal salt This crystal salt comes from the salt chain in Pakistan. The salt chain belongs geologically, but not geographically to the Himalayan massif. Himalayan crystal salt is a natural table salt of about 250 million years old. Without chemical additives and/or fluxes and extracted as it has been for hundreds of years.The Himalayan Crystal Salt formed more than 250 million years ago during the disappearance of the original ocean. It is harvested by hand on the Tibetan high plains. Salt from the Himalayas used to be called ""salt of the king"" because the very high quality salt was sold only to the local nobility. The pink colour comes from the minerals that the salt has absorbed such as sodium chlorid…"

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"History and Origins Cacao (Theobroma) was first harvested by the Olmecs in Mexico as early as 1000 B.C. At that time it was mainly used for fortifying drinks. Over the years, the Mayas and the Aztecs adopted this use in their cultures. Cocoa became part of ceremonial rituals and cocoa beans were a means of payment. In the 16th century, the Spanish brought cocoa to Europe. In the mid-17th century, it became a popular drink. Cocoa trees were introduced to Asia and West Africa through colonies of various European countries, as there was a rising demand for chocolate in Europe. The cocoa bean is the raw material used in the production of chocolate. These cocoa beans originate from the tropical climates of South America (Ecuador). The Theobroma cacao tree is sacred to the Mayans and Aztecs. The cacao beans from the tree are harvested by hand and the raw beans are then cleaned in natural water and selected for the best quality. This process ensures that the nutritio…"

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"History and Origins Cacao (Theobroma) was first harvested by the Olmecs in Mexico as early as 1000 B.C. At that time it was mainly used for fortifying drinks. Over the years, the Mayas and the Aztecs adopted this use in their cultures. Cocoa became part of ceremonial rituals and cocoa beans were a means of payment. In the 16th century, the Spanish brought cocoa to Europe. In the mid-17th century, it became a popular drink. Cocoa trees were introduced to Asia and West Africa through colonies of various European countries, as there was a rising demand for chocolate in Europe. The cocoa bean is the raw material used in the production of chocolate. These cocoa beans originate from the tropical climates of South America (Ecuador). The Theobroma cacao tree is sacred to the Mayans and Aztecs. The cacao beans from the tree are harvested by hand and the raw beans are then cleaned in natural water and selected for the best quality. This process ensures that the nutritio…"

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Introduction Organic wholesaler VehGro

Company info

Key figures

  • Company headcount
    11 – 50
  • Sales staff
    1 – 10
  • % of export sales
    60%

Organisation

  • Year established
    2012
  • Site status
    Secondary office
  • Main activity
    Wholesaler

Business info

Trading areas

  • Regional
  • National
  • European
  • Check Circle Outline icon International

Payment methods

  • Credit card - Cash - Cheque
  • Mail transfer
  • Swift transfer
  • Cash on delivery
  • Paypal

Banks

  • Rabobank

Delivery areas

Terms of delivery (incoterms)

Responsibility
  • Purchaser
  • Shared
  • Vendor

Keywords associated with this company

  • Spices
  • Organic wholesale
  • Bio wholesale
  • Bio wholesale
  • Natural foods importer
  • Bulk natural foods
  • Natural foods bulk
  • Wholesale organic foodstuffs
  • Bulk organic foodstuffs
  • Organic Herbs (bio)