It goes without saying that we pay farmers the prices they need for economical cultivation!
At a time when we were still growing our herbs ourselves, we also experienced price negotiations that were often carried out to the limits of cost price.
A farmer with one or two herbs cultivated cannot cope with such "trade-related price fluctuations" .
Farmer's goods often remain closed to the European market.
Due to obstacles such as language barriers, lack of export licenses, expenditure of time, etc., the effort involved in promoting and marketing their products in other European countries is out of all proportion.
We bring their products to the European market.
We act fairly, even without a fair trade seal.