Gerd Burmester from Ecosac Peru, big in table grapes which are in season now.
Xavier Mejía Román from Organpit, Ecuador. The European season has started now for their yellow pitahaya.
Pravin Sanhan from Monsoon Foods, India. They are growers and exporters of fairtrade table grapes.
Filippo Valenzano and Graziano Defilippis from Giuliano Puglia fruit from Italy.
Borbieva Rakhat from the Commodity and Service and Wealth of Kyrgyz Forest. They presented their walnuts and dried fruits. Kyrgyzstan is a country in middle Asia.
Boimamat Uzakov from the non comercial cooperative Bio-Kishovarz, Tajikistan. As well a country from Middle Asia.
Ignacio Lamas G. and Marianela Ubilla from Agzulasa, Ecuador.
Jai Thakrar from Jalaram Fruit, Costa Rica.
Saverio Fucillo from Peviani, Italy.
David Abuchar from FLP, Ecuador.
Andrea Montoya M. from ProEcuador, which brought three exporters to the exhibition FLP, Organpit and Agzulasa.
Tracey Fowler from Fresh Approach Farms, United States.
The team of Produce Inspectors of America.
Erick Garcia and Monica Pascual from the Trade Comiccion of Peru, the Dutch office.
Otto Wiberg from Camposol, which has an office in Holland.
Diogo Silvestre Ferreira from Vale Da Rosa, table grape producer and exporter from Portugal.
Azimkhon Turayev from Pogpavar, as well from middle Asia Tajikistan.
Fina Mena from Moyca. A Spanish producer and exporter of table grapes.
Jon Clark from Fruit Grower's Alliance with Benjamin Fischer from Don Limon.
Hannah Gorvin Chief Marketing Officer for the Amsterdam Produce Show.
Marco were back at the show for the second year. Alice Britton and Jonathan Heard were the welcome the visitors.
Jim Allen from New York Apples was at the show with the new KORU apple from New Zealand. Production is still in early stages there and it is also being grown in the US.
Keelings is more that just a produce company. Eamonn Flynn and Rick Rebergen were there to tell the visitors about Keelings Solutions which provides ERP solutions to fresh produce companies.
Andres Schindler - Dom Limon and Nigel Jenney from the Fresh Produce Consortium had big smiles for the camera!
The ladies who work very hard organising the Amsterdam Produce Show as well as the London Produce Show. Linda Bloomfield, Hannah Gorvin and Emma Grant.
Bobby Daughtry and Carla Belandria at Farm Fresh.
Mogdalina W Njoki and Elyah Kamau Njorgl from Mofarm Fresh Fruits Exporters were part of the Kenyan.
Maurizio Ventura from Sunworld Innovations, Sunworld had representatives from around the world to talk about the grape varieties.
A nice fruit display from Bon Sweet.
Visitors enjoying a break at the Chef demonstration area.
There were seminars taking place on three different stages throughout the day.
Amol Kokatnur from Marvel, the company exports vegetables from Kenya.
Alex von Stemple, Celine van der Winkle and Antonio Oken.
Andrew Maughan from FreshMax was part of the Sunworld pavilion.
These ladies, dressed in traditional Mexican costumes were dancing during a break in the chef demonstrations.
June Gathoni from Urban Fresh Ventures who exportes fresh vegetables and herbs from Kenya.
Dorothy Otieno from Miyonga also part of the Kenyan stand.
Ziahni Boubka and Fouzia Hyani ZYT at Les Domains Export.
The mexican ladies at the Don Limon stand.
Nitin Agruwal from Euro Fruits was celebrating 25 years in the business.
Gary York and Nina Hagemann at Robinson Fresh.
Edrich Burger responsible for South African citrus at Don Limon.
The entrance was done up in colourful Dutch style.
Patricia Lavado one of the many chef's demonstrations which ran throughout the day, was cooking with Peruvian superfoods.
Nitin Agrawal talks about his 25 years in the grape exporting business, with Jim Prevor.
Jan-Willem Kaslander, Saskia Polak and Judith Lansbergen from Total Produce. This company introduced a kids concept for melons at the trade show.
Erik van Essen and Mark Heijmans of Polymer Logistics with their plastic crates that have a ‘wooden’ look.
Jan-Willem Schrijver of Emerson, who have now, after the merger, become one platform, where customers can monitor their products in real time.
Anton and Joke Filippo of LBP Rotterdam.This service provider recently expanded their capabilities by acquiring a top seal machine.
Jordi Vorderman, Julian White and Wim van den Burgh of Valstar Holland.
The Handelsmaatschappij team, Jan Oskam with Elvira Schipper, Lisanne and Kees Oskam. Their punnets even grow in trees.
Den Boer in triplicate: Ton, Richard and Jaap.
Stephan Schneider and Glenn van Ruitenburg of Hillfresh. This company is celebrating its ten-year anniversary.
Nilay Kamdar and Astrid Walbeek of Pan United. Besides garlic, sweet potatoes are also becoming an important product for this company.
The berry boys taking a stroll: Fons Baeten and Nijs van Zuilen of Berrybrothers.
The wide variety on display.
Ron Simpson of The Avocado Show, an avocado restaurant in Amsterdam that is rolling out internationally, thanks to a cash injection from Shawn Harris.
Leander van Bellen of HDG | service between Stijn Verstijnen and Otto de Groot of HDG | the fruit consultants.
Huub Welles and Fred Douven of ABB Growers.
The Belgian delegation was comprised of Stijn Vermoere and Yves Bettinger of Group A. de Witte.
Fruit importers doing their rounds: Jan Rozema, Ad Toet and Marcel van der Welle.
Maarten Schrijvershof and Andre Nieuwenhuis, who recently started with FruitPro.
Rick Hitzerd of Top Shallots, in the middle, with Alex van Leperen and Niels Krijnen of Direct Fruit Services.
Osman Aritan and Loek Schoenmakers of Cool Fresh International.
Martijn Kesteloo of DOOR Partners.
René Tunker and Robbin van Die of Cool Port Packing Rotterdam.
Coen Klok (Holyberry) and Robbert Leisink (Growers Packers Direct).
The SFI team is celebrating their 40th anniversary, which is why Dirk Schulz (right) brought along his racing car. Alongside the ladies, Aguirre and Linders, are Jan-Marc Schulz and Peter de Jongh.
Jan van Kessel of BG Door.
Paul van de Mierop (Den Berk) and Siebrand Broens, who is Port International’s Business Development Manager.
The Agro Merchants Group was represented by Casper Curvers, Antonio Oken and Etienne Vennink.
"Look, we can shrink-wrap fruit as well", says Gerrit Tijhof of Sismatec."
The show was held in their backyard, so Danny and Joey Deen of Denimpex, came to have a look around at the trade fair.
Lex Balijon and Ed Koelewijn of Versland.
Ayelet Lantzer of Adafresh where the Israeli herb season is in full swing again.
Christian de Haas and Robbert Rijnhout from Jaguar also came to the trade fair.
Rick Rhebergen of Keelings Solutions, who now also have an office in Poeldijk.
Johan Hagoort (CSI) and Martijn van der Velden (Eimskip) posing in front of Dirk Schulz’s sportscar.
Etienne Vennink (Agro Merchants Group), standing between John de Boom and Chris-Hans van der Hout of Freight Line Europe.
Jan-Willem Verloop, Daisy van Meurs and Antoinette Hanemaaijer of Nature's Pride gave visitors a taste of the exotic.
Martin van der Sande (New Green) and Maurice van der Lans (Lehmann & Troost) with their partners.
Leon van der Geer and Thijs Terwindt of Van der Lans International also made their rounds at the show.
There were numerous seminars and panel discussions.
Erik Janse and Teun Messemakers of Easyfresh.
Greta Schrenk and Alexander Kleerebezem of Beetz were very pleased with the show. They consider beets to be red avocados.
Olov Postma and Har Werkman of FLP.
Marien Sinke (Exsa Europe) and Wim van de Graaf of De Mooij Amsterdam.
Marien Sinke (Exsa Europe) and Wim van de Graaf of De Mooij Amsterdam.
A slight difference in length is sometimes allowed.
Pierre Hagenaars of Het Packhuys, in the middle, Rick Briston (RedPack) and John Dumbell (Packaging Automation).
Tony Christensen, Shaun Herdsman and Roy van Heygten of Modifirm.
Ger van Burik of the Holland Fresh Group.
Aart Bezemer and Arco van de Klundert of Aartsenfruit.
Kees van Zon and Patrick Ruckert of Scherpenhuizen.