Nedspice is a privately-owned group of companies with worldwide activities in the sourcing, processing, and distribution of spices, herbs, and dehydrated vegetables. Nedspice is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates processing facilities in India and Vietnam. Sales offices, warehouses, and distribution facilities are located in the Netherlands, India, Vietnam, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and China. Nedspice has a Farmers Partnership Programme (NFPP) that trains farmers to make their cultivation practices more environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable. Through training and on-farm support, they help to develop sustainable and profitable farms that produce high-quality and safe spices. Over 4,000 farmers have enrolled in this program covering over 22,000 ha of land across multiple crops.
Nedspice is not new to the application of technologies in agriculture. They were using very extensive farm management software from a pioneer in the industry. However, there were many gaps in their expectations.
Corbel did not get down to creating a software solution.
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