September 12, 2022
New company video ‘Proud of our traditions’
For three generations, one tradition remained our focus: growing the most delicious tomatoes. This beautiful story is told in our new corporate video launched today.
November 25, 2021
Winter period in The Tomato Shed
Tomorrow we will start in the Tomato Shed with the winter assortment and winter prices. This means, among other things, that prices are increased. This is because extra heating and lighting has to be done in the winter period in the greenhouses where our tomatoes are grown.This also means that the unlit Plum and Coeur de Boeuf crops will no longer be available until March 2022.Of course we do have Mini Cherry, Cherry, Tros and
November 15, 2021
The first brochure of Wim Peters Kwekerijen!
An informative and eye-catching publication, which explains our roots and vision as a family business, highlights the tasty tomatoes we grow and tells you more about the other innovative and sustainable initiatives we are involved in. Take a quick look at the online version below.For the larger version, click on one of the images below. Previous Next Prefer to leaf through the brochure in real life? Let us know and we will send the brochure
September 27, 2021
Wim Peters Kwekerijen leaves ZON and starts own sales
P R E S S R E L E A S E Someren, September 27th 2021 Wim Peters Kwekerijen leaves ZON and starts own sales As of January 1st 2022, Wim Peters Kwekerijen in Someren will start selling its own tomatoes. This is a logical step in the development of the company. Wim Peters is customer minded and wants to grab more opportunities. The sales will be under supervision of Maurice Langeslag. Lisa Peters will
April 3, 2020
Wim Peters Kwekerijen takes over Greenco Someren
P R E S S R E L E A S E Someren, April 3 2020 Wim Peters Kwekerijen takes over Greenco Someren After several months of preparation Wim Peters Kwekerijen takes over Greenco Productions and The Driemaster in Someren from Greenco. This doubles the size of the company. “The takeover is a result of an increased demand for our tomatoes,” explains Wim Peters. “This step is in line with our vision for the future.”