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Food

How can I gain more financial benefits for my food business? What (international) developments affect my organisation? The Dutch food sector does not only export goods, it also provides for a substantial part of the nutritional needs of consumers in the Netherlands. Technological innovation, sustainability and economies of scale are important topics in the entire chain. More and more growing food businesses, from the food processing industry to growers and entrepreneurs in the greenhouse horticulture sector, are having to deal with international (tax) legislation and regulations. In view of business continuity and family harmony, succession in family businesses in the food sector is an important issue.


Pragmatic and personal

At BDO we are happy to help you with professional advice and support for your organisation. Our food specialists are very familiar with the sector. They are not only involved in Dutch SMEs, but also in large internationally operating businesses. Our extensive contacts not only benefit us, they form links between people and organisations which is of benefit to you. For example, we maintain close links with Food & Agri in Wageningen, FoodValley, Greenports, Seed Valley and Hillenraad.

What characterises our services is our pragmatic working method and our no-nonsense mentality. Clients appreciate our personal approach: we never just focus on an isolated issue, but always inquire after the story behind your question.

Services for food businesses

Our accountants and advisers have a broad outlook, which means that BDO can help you with a wide range of challenges and issues. The areas for which we provide advice and support include:

  • forms of financing;
  • mergers and acquisitions;
  • transfer pricing;
  • risk management;
  • organisational development;
  • business succession;
  • managing family and business;
  • subsidy opportunities.

Contact

If you would like to know how BDO can help your food business? Please contact one of our Food Sector Group specialists to arrange an introductory meeting without any obligation.