Theo and son Willem Kampschoer
"At the moment, there's broad demand from all over. Spain is getting started now, so it's hard to say what the future will bring. Italy also seems to pop up, but right now they get more money domestically than on export markets. All in all, things remain tense," Theo goes on.
"The cauliflower quality is great now. A month ago, we did have some problems with insects, because you can't use much pesticides now, so we'll have to keep a watchful eye on that."