Where ecology
meets economy

Welcome to Eosta

Welcome to Eosta! Eosta is an international distributor of fresh organic and fair fruits and vegetables, with a focus on overseas fruit and greenhouse crops. We maintain a close working relationship with more than a thousand growers in six continents. Our "trace & tell" system Nature & More provides consumers with transparency about organic products. Food transparency is very important to us. Responsibility, togetherness and authenticity, our core values, are at the heart of our innovative approach.

Latest news

Waddinxveen, 16 Feb 2017 - Organic fruit specialist Eosta, accounting firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young) and other partners today will...
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Waddinxveen, 13 February – Last Thursday Nature & More/Eosta, specialist in organic fruits and vegetables, launched its new...
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On Thursday 26 January a National Food Summit on healthy and sustainable food took place in The Hague, Netherlands, with the four Dutch...
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Eosta is a leading international distributor of organic fresh fruits and vegetables.

Nature & More tells the story behind our products. Meet our growers and find out all details about their farms, products and ecological and social involvement. See also: www.natureandmore.com.

 

Job opportunities

Check our interesting new job opportunities: HERE.

Newsletter
If you want to receive our weekly newsletter, send a mail to michiel(at)eosta.com. You can also download our newsletter from Week 2 of 2014: HERE.

Tweets

De achtste editie van "It's the food, my friend" is dinsdag van start gegaan. Wij sponsoren weer. Een verslag van... https://t.co/qaFQw8wU8D
RT @UGBvollwert: Volkert Engelsman, Gründer von @natureandmore, klärt auf der #UGBtagung über den wahren Preis der #Lebensmittel auf: https…
Na ICA in Zweden gaat ook Delhaize in België aan de slag met onze Natural Branding van bio groente en fruit. https://t.co/Wfd1ktJULY
Fantastic news! The EU is killing the patents on naturally bred fruits and vegetables. https://t.co/9OPmIT7BHz