|Asset Classes||Private debt|
|Impact strategy||Sustainable Food and Agriculture|
|Aligned with SDGs|
De Noordhoek, a plant nursery in the municipality of Kapelle in the Netherlands, has been cultivating greenhouse horticultural products since 1980. The family business of father and son Cees and Henk Verhage contains three hectares of greenhouses.
In 2009 the company switched to a sustainable organic company for greenhouse vegetable products, including organic glass green beans, which have not yet been grown in the Netherlands. The taste is very good: they taste like the natural beans of the past, without thread and tasteful. Cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers are also grown as a crop rotation.