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  • Corona update 3/16/2020

    We would like to inform you about our measures regarding the Corona situation. 
  • Goji berries sales suspended 5/17/2018
    Although goji berries are sold as a superfood, the risk of contamination with pesticides is very high. During the growth and harvesting, pesticides can be used to prevent spoilage. Despite the high requirements we set towards our suppliers, it regularly happens that residues of pesticides are found.
  • bank account 12/12/2017

    From 15 December 2017, Delinuts BV has a new house bank, namely ING bank. That is why we, as acustomer, have informed you about this via a letter or e-mail.
  • Acomo strengthens market position 3/21/2017

    Press release

    Acomo strengthens market position in nuts and dried fruits with the acquisition of Delinuts

    Amsterdam Commodities N.V. (Acomo), the Euronext Amsterdam listed trader in spices, edible seeds,
    nuts, tea and food ingredients, announces that it has agreed in principle with the shareholders of
    Delinuts B.V. to acquire a 100% share in this Dutch family business. Headquartered in Ede, the
    Netherlands, Delinuts has an annual turnover of approximately €70 million (at the end of 2016) and is a
    well-respected trader in nuts. The company imports and distributes nuts and dried fruits. Acomo will
    pay the purchase price in cash and partly, to the amount of €7.9 million, in Acomo shares. The proposed
    takeover has been reported to the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and will be
    submitted for approval to the relevant competition authorities.

    The management of Delinuts, consisting of Mr Catharinus den Boon and Mr Ben de Jonge, will continue managing the company after the acquisition. ‘Our company culture, like that of Acomo, can be characterized as no-nonsense and is aimed at long-term relationships, flexibility and profitability’, says Mr Den Boon.

    Delinuts offers a wide range of nuts and dried fruits to wholesale and retail customers, the food industry and the out-of-home channel. Acomo’s new subsidiary complements the existing activities of group companies in nuts and dried fruits. ‘They are complementary not only in terms of sourcing and knowledge, but also with their product range, sales channels and geographical distribution’, says Acomo CEO Erik Rietkerk. ‘Delinuts is a very well-run company that realizes sound and stable margins’, according to Acomo CFO Allard Goldschmeding.

    In 2016, the Acomo Group realized a turnover of €682 million and a net profit of €34 million.

  • Nuts in Dutch nutrition guide 3/22/2016

    Today, the latest Food Pyramid has been launched!
    The tastiest advice is to eat a minimum of 15 gram unsalted nuts per day.