-PRESS RELEASE- Tomatoworld and World Horti Center join forces

14 December 2018

Tomatoworld and World Horti Center join forces with the aim of putting the horticultural sector even better on the national and international map. The collaboration will be operational by welcoming visitors together, organising events and training programmes. To this end, both parties signed a letter of intent yesterday.


They also see bringing together horticultural partners as a joint activity. An integration of both organisations is the ultimate goal. The world of greenhouse horticulture is more international than ever and the Netherlands has a leading position in this. Continuous and accelerated innovation and cooperation is of great importance to maintain the Netherlands leading position in the world.

Tomatoworld and World Horti Center have an important role in this by promoting solutions that their partners and participants offer for the well-being and wellbeing of people. Together with their partners, they offer solutions to major social issues, such as food supply, well-being and sustainability.

Tomatoworld is an information and education centre that makes the great value of Dutch greenhouse horticulture visible. An inspiring location for a tour, meeting, dinner or event. A world of experience where knowledge is shared about innovations and technologies that contribute to the solutions of the world food problem. And where, after a visit to the greenhouse, 80 varieties of tomatoes can also be tasted. More information about Tomatoworld can be found on the website: https://www.tomatoworld.nl/nl

World Horti Center
The World Horti Center is the global knowledge and innovation centre for greenhouse horticulture and welcomes over 40,000 trade visitors from all over the world every year. World Horti Center contributes to the improvement of people's well-being by offering solutions for social issues in the areas of water quality, food supply, food safety and sustainability. World Horti Center has over 100 participants on the exhibition floor Food & Flowers and Technology and Supply. More information about World Horti Center can be found on the website: https://www.worldhorticenter.nl

Photo: Mark Zwinkels, Erwin Cardol of World Horti Center and Miranda van den Ende of Tomatoworld sign the agreement of intent with brother blood (tomato soup). 



More information can be obtained from Diana Duijvestijn (World Horti Center) T. 06 - 245 76 735 and Miranda van den Ende (Tomatoworld), T. 06-11 47 95 60 or info@tomatoworld.nl