started as an arable farmer with both feet on the ground. Or often,
because of the Dutch climate, with both feet in the mud. He
converted his farm to organic in 1993. At the same time he started
sorting his own onions. This was done on the farm in the barns that
were completely deviced for this task. In 2005 the farmland was sold
and we fully focused our attention on sorting and packing. In 2010
our new warehouse was built and put into use. Since then we can meet
quality standards much easier. From a logistic point of view we also
made a huge step forward. Right now we can say: we are ready for the
What we can do for you
We can provide an independent and
comprehensive overview of the market
situation as a whole. Looking for organic
onions? We can help you by informing you on
qualities and quantities and names of
growers and trading partners.
If you are an organic grower we can receive
your product straight form the field, take
care of the process of drying, storage
drying and packaging. We are able to pack
your product exactly according to the
demands of any customer.
We make independent quality reports of each
sample of onions, any delivery or freight.
Throughout the treatment process gross tare
reporting is done and we provide you of
course with sorting- and delivery overviews
on demand. Dou you have a product that is
poor in quality and that threatens to go get
lost, contact us and perhaps we can help you
to save it.
It’s a conscious
choice for “Aaldering Bio-Ui” only to process organically grown
onions. The risk of mixing up with conventionally grown onions is
therefore excluded, as well as the risk of pesticide residues.
Organic production represents a responsible way to deal with people,
product and environment. We see this as a form of corporate social
responsibility (CSR). We aim at the triple P-approach: economic
performance (profit), respect for social aspects (people), within
ecological constraints (planet).
Across the globe
At times when Dutch
product is not available we process organic product imported from
countries like Argentina and Egypt. To Guido this is not just an
anonymous product. A couple of years ago he visited some of these
countries to watch with his own eyes how these onions are grown and