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NL: Visser Chrysanten joins VannoVa

Visser Chrysanten from Maasdijk, the Netherlands, joined the VannoVa partnership on August 8th. This brings the number of master growers to nine.
The brothers Ferry & René Visser have two greenhouses with a total of 2.2 hectares on the Oosterlijk Slag in Maasdijk. “Because they are two slightly smaller greenhouses, they are perfect to cultivate special or new species”, the brothers tell us and they prove it with the cultivation of the unique purple/ white spray chrysanthemum Saba and the decorative yellow spray chrysanthemum Pina Colada Yellow. Saba will be available for delivery under the VannoVa flag starting next week. Pina Colada Yellow will follow starting week 35.

The brothers are looking forward to working together with other Master Growers. René: “Our goal as growers is to realize a constant supply of high-quality products. This is also the goal of VannoVa, which is why we complement and reinforce each other. We are very enthusiastic to be the face of the quality label of VannoVa together with the other eight Master Growers”.

VannoVa Master Growers
VannoVa Master Growers is a collaboration of nine chrysanthemum growers in the Netherlands. The collaboration is done in the production, marketing and promotions department. They present themselves as an appealing global partner in the field of production and deliverance of chrysanthemums in higher segments.

The chrysanthemums of VannoVa are being traded worldwide, with Eastern Europe as the most important market. “This is not as surprising when you know that for many years, business is conducted with this market that is used to high-quality products. Throughout the years our chrysanthemums have reached a top position due to the constant improvements in quality and by incorporating the wishes of our clients, making it custom-made”, so they have decided.

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