Belgian fruit and vegetables

Belgian fruit and vegetables

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Flandria products

The Flandria brand offers more than 60 different products with a volume of over 600,000 tons a year.


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258,680 tons

Tomatoes are the undisputed number one of the Belgian vegetable production. Leeks, carrots, Belgian endive, lettuce , sweet peppers, white cabbage and cucumbers are the other mainstays.

the Netherlands

Our neighbour the Netherlands is the biggest customer of Belgian pears, with an uptake of 15% of our export volume, followed by the United Kingdom (13%) and France (13%).

Belgian fruit


Maarten De Moor, LAVA director

LAVA is getting ready for the future

This spring LAVA will launch a pilot project for its new multifunctional digital platform. As the first step in this digitisation process, LAVA wants to provide growers with a handy tool that helps them perform their everyday tasks. A ‘digital assistant’ in the field that combines
existing and new services. 
This pilot project will serve as the basis for a high-quality and future-oriented IT platform that will be further expanded with new intelligent functions to help growers. At a later stage, LAVA will build a ‘digital ecosystem’ around growers and their producer organisations.

VLAM at Fruit Logistica 2020

Fruit Logistica 2020

During Fruit Logistica, 29 suppliers of Belgian potatoes, fruit, vegetables and fruit trees will welcome you to the VLAM stands, which together with Belgian federations and auctions can henceforth be found in the brand-new exhibition hall in Berlin, number 27. VLAM will furthermore be grabbing the spotlight with a new exhibition stand, where you can discover the broad range of products, discuss market opportunities with Belgian exhibitors and enjoy a refreshing Belgian beer with your Belgian trade relations. The place to be: hall 27, stands A07 - A12!

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