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looking for work in greenhouses

Hallo im Bill Lambrou from Greece i come from a farm familly and im looking for some work in the netherlands
Bill lambrou (Greece serres) - 21 May 2015

We like your mangoes

Dear Zongo,

Our names are Luca and Kasturi and we live in Munich. We are in grade 1 in an International class. Yesterday, we learnt about your mango farm in Burkina Faso.

We would like to know do the mangoes come from Africa to Munich and still be yummy?

From Luca and Kasturi

Kasturi and Luca from Munich - 21 May 2015

Physalisare yummy!

Dear Johan,

Hello! Our names are Laetitia and Kenda and we live in Munich. We are 7 and 6 years old. This morning we ate one of your yummy Physalis.

We would like to know how do the Physalis become so sweet? Also, how do the Physalis come to Munich without being squashy?

We loved looking at your farm!

From Kenda and Laetitia
Laetitia and Kenda from Munich, Germany - 21 May 2015

RE: Pineapple (@Nimrod)

Dear Nimrod,
we are sorry to read about your negative experience with one of our organic pineapples. Please be assured that we do our best to guarantee highest quality standards regarding freshness, appearance, taste and shelf life for all products leaving our warehouse. Each incoming delivery is checked carefully by our quality control team to meet these criteria. But of course they cannot check every single fruit. As you also know, pineapples - and especially organically grown pineapples - are natural products with a natural variance. Lots of positive comments on this page as well as our own experiences prove that your story is not a general organic problem, but an exception. Once again: sorry for your bad pick. And please don't stop supporting gmo-pesticide-free organic food, cause it's really worth it!
Jana from Nature & More, Waddinxveen/The Netherlands - 20 May 2015

Ben's birthday pineapple

Dear Ben,

first of all: thanks for your message - and happy belated birthday to you!
I am Jana from Nature & More and work closely together with our organic pineapple growers in Costa Rica - just like Andres! It's great to hear that you liked our pineapple. It's not only a really nice birthday gift for a 7-year-old boy. Because it grows organically without any chemicals, it's also good for the environment and the people who work on the pineapple farm. Thanks (also to your parents) for supporting and appreciating that!
Good question: how get the pineapples from Costa Rica to Munich. That is where we from Nature & More come into play. The pineapples travel by ship to the huge port of Rotterdam. That's pretty close to our company. As soon as a supermarket or food shop in Munich wants to order some of our tasty pineapples, we pack them and put them into a truck, which brings them to Munich. That's roughly how the pineapples end up in your hometown. Quite a long journey, isn't it?
Jana from Nature & More, Waddinxveen/The Netherlands - 20 May 2015