Our Belgian delicacies have been gaining popularity in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and by extension the entire Gulf region. What other opportunities, food trends and events does the Middle East have to offer you?
Frozen vegetables: fresh and straight from the field
Our Belgian vegetable processors annually process around 1 million tonnes of vegetables into frozen products. From cauliflowers to leeks, beans, cabbage, peas and carrots: in no time at all, they go from the field to the factory where they retain all their vitamins.
The Belgian frozen vegetables sector, a European market leader
The story of the Belgian frozen vegetable sector started in 1965 with the first company to start producing frozen vegetables. Since then the number of frozen vegetable companies in the Belgian vegetable-growing region of South and West Flanders has grown to twelve.
Welcome to the fresh-frozen vegetable garden of Europe
Belgium produces vegetables of the highest quality. Tomatoes, chicory, lettuce, leeks, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, cauliflower, asparagus and mushrooms, grown mainly by family owned companies, are on shop shelves around the world.
Cosucra doubles its production capacity to tackle the North American market
Cosucra, a Belgian food company specialized in pea and chicory root ingredients, invested 35 million euros in its facility in Warcoing (Wallonia) to answer to increasing demands, especially from North America.