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This is the local wholesale market’s main season

Oldenburger Land welcomes first cherries and carrots of the season

In the Oldenburger Münsterland the wholesalers are experiencing their main season. Many regional products are currently arriving at the wholesale area. Now there is lettuce, cauliflower and kohlrabi available from local fields and the first regional carrots are expected by the end of this week. The same goes for the local cherry varieties, which are also expected to be arriving soon.

Cherries from Spain are currently being replaced by local fruit

"Currently we still have Turkish and Spanish cherries in our range: however, the local produce is ready for picking and we expect it at the end of the week," says a local sales manager.

Marina GmbH sees itself as a full-range provider and, in addition to the gastronomic supply, it also offers a small selection of vegetables

Following their colleagues in the southern part of Germany, who usually kick off their season a little earlier, the Oldenburg carrots are currently coming up.

A delivery vehicle of AS Frucht GmbH

Regional supply of fresh goods
The Oldenburger wholesale area is a small trading center on the outskirts of Oldenburg and it has several regional fresh produce suppliers. The resident trading companies focus primarily on the regional market and supply mainly to gastronomers, as well as retail stores and resellers. The goods are sourced as much as possible from regional growers, including the Papenburg horticultural center and the producer's hypermarket Langförden (ELO). Also, a variety of tomato varieties are available from Holland. Until a few years ago, there was a Mios cash and carry market directly at the wholesale market area. At the end of 2014, however, this consumer market was closed.

For more information:
Grossmarkt Gesellschaft Oldenburg mbH
Großmarktstraße 13
26127 Oldenburg

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