Supplier of processed fruit ingredients

Netra Agro is specialist in processed tropical, subtropical an red fruit ingredients for industrial use. With more than 25 years of experience we are a 100% subsidiary of SVZ Industrial Fruit & Vegetables, a division of the Royal Cosun Group. Netra Agro provides professional and fast service relating to price and market information, releases and deliveries, customer advice and quality issues. The worldwide and exclusive long-term collaborations with manufacturers guarantee maximum availability of a wide range of products at reasonable prices.

Mexican Kent mango season


At this current moment, we are in the Mexican Kent mango season.

The crop is good, prices are known and volumes are ready to discuss.

After the Mexican season, we will continue with mango from Vietnam in October and after October we will have the Peruvian mango available in December.



Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any demand for:- IQF Mango dices (various cuts available)

– IQF Mango chunks (various cuts available)
– Aseptic Mango Puree, Single Strength,
– Aseptic Mango Puree Concentrate, 28/30 brix

Netra Agro can provide the best price offers for your demand.

  • Vacancy: Sales Manager


    Currently we have a vacancy for a:

    Sales Manager



    – Quoting offers & follow-up
    – Closing deals
    – Acquisition
    – Account management
    – Supervising existing contracts
    – Following the industrial fruit market



    – HBO-/WO education
    – Affinity with the industrial food sector
    – Commercial drive and result orientated
    – Languages: English, Dutch, German & French
    – Flexibility
    – Team player
    – Decisiveness
    – Inventive
    – Willing to travel (+-10 to 20%) international


    We offer:

    A challenging working environment under a multinational umbrella where you can broaden your horizon, gain enormous experience in the industrial processed food sector and utilize your commercial drive until the full extend. Also we offer primary & secondary conditions & benefits in line with the market.



    For more information contact Mr. Gerard Wijtvliet, General Manager at +31 76 5049467. Direct your motivated application to SVZ International B.V., Mariëlle Schepers, HR Officer, Postbus 9535, 4801 LM Breda or


                                                                                                                                        Vac nr 43



  • Netra Agro BRC Certified!
    BRC Agents & Brokers Netra Agro proudly announces: we are BRC certified! Founded in 1992, thus operating with exactly 25 years of experience in 2017, Netra Agro recently has been audited and awarded with the BRC Global Agents and Brokers standard.


    Gerard Wijtvliet, founder, purchaser & general manager: “Certifying Netra Agro with BRC Agents & Brokers is just a logic step in a long line of developments of quality safety measurements. Basically it meant just putting in procedure what we have been doing for a long time: guaranteeing optimal product safety ánd quality.”


    Click HERE to download our BRC Agents and Brokers certificate.

    Read HERE more about our BRC Certification.


    BRC Brokers and Traders




  • Strawberry crop Spain delayed

    Due to a bad winter period, the Spanish crop IQF Strawberries has been delayed with weeks. News of storms and snow in the Southern regions have been coming to us as of a few months already. Unfortunately, the lower as average temperatures have affected the strawberry fields as well. Netra Agro suppliers inform us Class II berries are being sold to the fresh market as class I, leaving them without any.
    Netra Agro mainly sources the IQF Strawberry Camarossa variety from the Huelva region.

    But good news: the weather expectations for the coming weeks are looking good, temperatures are going up.


    H: +27°
    L: +14°

    Thursday, 09 March
    See 7-Day Forecast

    Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed
    +21° +22° +20° +19° +18° +19°
    +12° +13° +14° +16° +15° +14°



    Frozen strawberry field

    Frozen strawberries, but not the way we like to see them.

  • Keaw mango from Vietnam

    Our Keaw mangoes (“Keo Romeat”) are grown on high planes, where soils are iron-rich and have good drainage. The climate allows for 2 seasons per year : the first at the heart of dry season (March, April, May) and the second one through floral induction, at the tail end of rainy season (October, November, December). In between, from January to March, we have access to volumes, but rather in a sporadic way. The mangoes are harvested by hand at their mature stage, we then ripen them in-house before manufacturing.


    Over the past years, mango plantations have been expanding and modernizing. The market is now split between fresh exports to China and Korea, and processing mango in Thailand or Vietnam. The export grade is grown in paper bags to obtain a perfect looking skin, and the process grade is grown naturally on the tree (see pictures). These days our suppliers have started partnering with specially selected operators and now have direct access to the field. This makes for more stable prices and live insight into the crop.


    We are now at beginning stages of the season, volumes and prices are at a good average. However the dragging rainy season did not bring as many flowers as normal and harvest should be shorter than usual – meaning an ending early may instead of May/June. Consequentially, the growers are urging us to finalize the contracts rapidly, and this is the right time to order.


    From the new crop Netra Agro can offer:


    • IQF Mango 20×20, Vietnam – Keaw variety
    • IQF Mango 15×15, Vietnam – Keaw variety
    • IQF Mango 10×10, Vietnam – Keaw variety
  • Market update pineapple Vietnam

    As previously informed during 2016, Vietnam went through an intense drought period due to combined effects of El Nino weather patterns and hydroelectric dams retaining the Mekong’s waters in upstream countries. This caused soils of Mekong delta to run dry, and contaminated with salt water from ocean brines. Regions most affected were the coastal and south provinces, including the pineapple growing districts. This drove a clear lack of supply for the rest of the year, and prices went upmore than double.


    In 2017, climatic patterns are almost opposite: the rainy season is dragging up to this month January (normally, dry season starts in December). The impact on the pineapple crop is more neutral; Mekong Delta farmers are used to managing excess water, digging draining trenches in their fields (see below picture). The lack of sun and heat delayed the maturation of the fruit and the campaign is expected to start from 20th of February. Predicted yields are quite standard for the region, without being outstanding (around 30-40 t/ha). Consequentially the market calmed down and prices decreased, although remaining high compared to historical data. We start the season with stronger confidence, hoping for the dry period to arrive soon and bring sugar and size to our fruits. In addition, due to salinization, we can see that there is a movement from rice farming into pineapple cultivation as the growth of Pineapple in saline soils is better than rice.


    We do hope in the nearby future the growth of Pineapple will continue to grow.


    pineapplefield Vietnamdraining trenches though pineapple fields