KÖLLAs NATURAL TALENTS:

We grow real natural treasures

As a globally operating company, we provide you with first-class fruit and vegetables. Highest quality standards, long-standing partners who cultivate their products with care and passion, strong logistics management and sustainable packaging are the ground on which our produce grows.

We are on site, advising our growers, controlling the quality of our produce and ensure that all fruit and vegetables arrive fresh and on time at your point of sale.

With our flexibility and independence, we are backing your successful business appearance. You can rely on our complete supply, efficient logistics and punctual daily deliveries.
Trust us.

We hope to inspire you with our 100 years of experience, dynamic and highly qualified employees and with an absolute passion for fruit and vegetables. Enjoy with us the diversity of nature.

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This is Kölla

KÖLLA – is a traditional, down-to-earth and very well networked family business with an experienced team of international employees, which attaches importance to a responsible relationship with partners and customers.

KÖLLA –  is your specialist for high quality fruit and vegetables, offering a large product range all year round. The KÖLLA Group relies on transparent solutions and social commitment and credible sustainability play an important role.

The world close by

 

The personal contact to the producers on the one hand and the worldwide networking on the other hand make KÖLLA what it is:
A long-established company that thinks globally.

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Grape harvest in Egypt, Spain and Italy

Egypt Varieties: Starlight (picture), Prime Seedless (picture), Black Velvet, Scarlet Dew, Autumn Royal©, ARRA© Harvest in May with 10 days delay With the focus on white seedless grapes, the harvest in Giza 2021 has already …

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The omens are fine

The past winter could hardly have been better for Turkish cherry growing – with lots of precipitation and “nice and cold”, as Cagla Celikler from KÖLLA Munich emphasised. The spring, however, had been far too …

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Spring frost: First reports of the stone fruit season

Spain We expect a stable stone fruit season in the south of the country in terms of qualities and availabilities. The harvest situation in the northern regions has however become worse due to the instability …

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