Where ecology
meets economy

Welcome to Eosta

Welcome to Eosta! Eosta is an international distributor of fresh organic 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

Today Nature & More launches the video "The True Cost of Food". In less than two minutes the film explains why it is essential to look at all...

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Colourful fruit wrappers have been around for more than a century, but are these days rarely seen in greengrocers or supermarkets. With the...

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Nature & More's True Cost of Food campaign is receiving more and more media attention all over Europe. Der Spiegel, Europe's largest weekly...

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True Cost of Food - The Movie:

Turn your organic orange into a BUG:

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

Forget Shareholder value .. it's high time we start to listen to stakeholders ! https://t.co/2FiCtjv1eS
Blij met mooi stuk van @FelixWilbrink in Telegraaf Culi over zaadvaste paprikaproject! @LouisBolk @estafettewinkel https://t.co/DD7THQ7y6K
Hertzberger schreef een kritische column in NRC over zaadvast. Op Foodlog leuke discussie: https://t.co/eNjCPhbTyb https://t.co/j5KSeNHUyX
RT @OrganicConsumer: There’s a price to be paid for “cheap” food. Check out this video. https://t.co/BhQYNgv5SJ @natureandmore