Testing our technology in the Dutch climate and further improvement of our soap system
Optimising our technology for upscaling and creating an improved user interface for our customers
Market Entry & Acquiring New Leads
Implementation into Systems Integration for International Greenhouse Horticulture
About Koppert Cress
Koppert Cress was awarded the King Willem I Prize for most sustainable company in The Netherlands in 2016 and hasn't stopped being innovative
Serving Chef's Worldwide
Koppert Cressis an innovative microgreens grower, located in the Westland horticultural area in The Netherlands.
It is always on the lookout for natural, innovative ingredients which chefs can use to intensify the flavour, aroma, or presentation of their dishes; products that meet the increasingly stringent requirements of restaurants worldwide.
The assortment consist of freshly-sprouted seedlings (cresses) and other edible leaves and flowers (specialties) from 100% natural aromatic plants.
Meet The Most Sustainable Grower in The Netherlands
Nature as an ally
"Nature is our supplier, and we strive to protect it. Our continuous goal is to produce as sustainably as possible. From a technical point of view this means by using as little fossil fuels as possible, contributing to the recovery of the earth. That is why we have linked a sustainable and integrated energy system to our greenhouses. All energy sources in the company (systems that produce heat or cold) are interconnected for optimum efficiency."
No more gas
"The result: the cultivation area has quadrupled over the years, but gas consumption has been reduced by almost 70% per m2. Preparations are underway to start using heat from a geothermal source, so that we can work completely fossil-free at all locations in Westland. The door is always open to newer techniques, so that the crazy ideas discussed during the Friday afternoon drink result in profitable projects such as the energy roof and canal heat. Everything is possible; it is simply a matter of doing, together with nature and our suppliers."
Growers worldwide will be able to simulate a BBBLS Energy Saving Greenhouse within the state of the art SIOM Model
Funding from REACT EU / Kansen Voor West II
Kansen Voor West is a collaborative union between four provinces and the four biggest cities in The Netherlands, accelerating innovative companies with support from the European Regional Development Fund
Optimal BBBLS Interface
The wizards at Worth will help us designing an improved UX
Feeding the City
Geographically close to the Westland, The Hague is looking for more sustainable ways to feed the city
Accelerating Horticulture Innovation
Within the Greenport West-Holland, companies, government and knowledge institutions work together based on the triple-helix model