Being well and truly rooted in Japanese society as a Dutch family business comes naturally to the VanDrie Group.
Hundreds of veal farmers in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Italy form the first link in our chain. Richard Frens is one of those farmers and talks about our cooperation.
In a time that sees much public debate being fed by prejudice and misconception, the VanDrie Group is taking the debate to its stakeholders during the fourth VanDrie Dialogue.
In order to supply the market with sufficient volumes, calves are being imported to the Netherlands. More than 75% of these calves come from the neighbouring countries of Germany and Belgium.
Our chain works at the highest level of food safety, quality and traceability. We invited the editors of Nederland Voedselland to visit two links in this chain. The editors ended up in a world of track & trace, valorisation and zero tolerance: at Ekro and Oukro.
The 85th International Green Week was opened in Berlin on Friday morning, January 17. Following its culinary campaign in Germany, The VanDrie Group will be serving the visitors of the fair dry-aged veal canapé
Be a little better every day - it’s a full-time job at our R&D department. How does an organisation like the VanDrie Group remain relevant in a time when nitrogen emissions and animal welfare are high on the agenda?
VanDrie veal farmer Marco van Hamersveld tells about his latest investments in animal welfare and sustainability!
The holidays are upon us, the time of enjoying a tasty dish with friends and family, Today we give you a sneak preview!
The VanDrie Group is a partner of Vallei Boert Bewust. A network of farmers who are actively involved in animal welfare, the environment and energy consumption. We took a look at the Frens-Stijnen family’s veal farm, where ‘Responsible Farming' is actually achieved.
The Italian freelance food journalist Sandra Salerno is a consultant and founder of "Un Tocco di Zenzero"; a blog that describes the latest trends regarding food and closely follows the latest developments on the perception of food. We asked her about the food trends in 2019 and...
Taking responsibility for people, animals and the environment is in the DNA of all the companies in our group. We are continually looking for better ways of fulfilling this responsibility. Our Animal Welfare Officers play an important role in this regard.
Vitality, sustainable employability, increased workloads, an ageing population - all very relevant topics that are being talked about in many companies. As they are at the VanDrie Group.
The VanDrie daughter company Oukro is an important link in the calf chain. Oukro processes the calfskins that come from our veal companies and sends them to customers all over the world.
Marco Versmissen has been a truck driver for ten years. Not just a truck driver: he transports calves to and from veal farms for our daughtercompany Van Drie bv.
The VanDrie Group supports more sustainable production of calf feed.
Ekro intends to apply sustainable water management and to continue meeting the requirements of the Water Board district Vallei and Veluwe.
As Quality Manager Rozenn Levèfre, is responsible for the food safety of the products at our daughter company Tendriade in France.
The veal products that leave our companies are certified according to the ISO 22000 standard Food safety management systems - requirements for an organization in the food chain.
From 13 to 17 October, the Dutch Embassy in the Gulf Region and VanDrie Group are organising a Healthy Food Week.
October 10th has been named Sustainability Day. Sustainability underpins VanDrie Group’s policy. The Paris climate agreement encourages us to continue to improve this policy.