- Sales Representative Substrates Peru
- Head Grower – High Technology Organic Greenhouse
- Import and Export Sales Manager
- Sales Manager - US
- Key Account Manager (f/m/d) - Full-time
- Vice President of Growing Operations
- Account Manager - Canada
- Account Manager - United States
- Procurement Manager Blueberries
- International Fruit Trader
Bejo offers ‘fresh look at lettuce’ at Fruit Logistica
Seed for Iceberg, Batavia, Butterhead, Lollo, Oak Leaf and Babyleaf now form part of the Bejo assortment. The company is therefore extremely enthusiastic about presenting a selection of existing and new varieties.
Bejo sees the trade fair as a platform for meeting partners within the chain, aiming to inspire them with new applications for crops, processing and consumption. Other concepts that Bejo is bringing to the visitors’ attention are Kohrispy (kohlrabi snacks), Coolwrap (wraps of white cabbage leaves – cabbage rolls) and Cool Carrot Candy (carrot snacks).
Within the Taste-Health-Convenience theme, Bejo develops varieties such as Konan (kohlrabi), Balada (celery), Mokum (carrots) or Rosetta (radish), which lend themselves perfectly for raw and for ready-prepared applications. You can see and taste examples of these at Bejo during Fruit Logistica.
The concepts that Bejo presents on the stand will also be presented in an extra special way to interested parties in the chain at a special event on the evening of Wednesday, 8 February. On this occasion, invited participants will also have an opportunity to try the dishes and discuss them.
Bejo will be inviting interested parties to start the day with an organic breakfast at 9.15 a.m. on Friday, 10 February. During this tasty start to the day, Bejo is set to share the latest marketing information and present new varieties in its organic assortment.
Fruit Logistica 2017, 8-10 February. Visit Bejo at Stand B-16, hall 1.2
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