TFC, the specialist among specialists
TFC is a specialist in the exotic fruit and vegetables segment.
Our products are sourced from all over the world. Production locations can be found in countries as diverse as Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, China and Vietnam. Our assortment has increased to almost 200 different types of fruit and vegetables in almost a quarter of a century.
These all mainly find their way to various different supermarket chains, speciality stores and wholesale markets in Europe: from Scandinavia to Spain. TFC stands for customised goods: whether a customer needs three full trucks or three boxes, customer specific orders are standard.
Over 30 years of experience
Based in Delft, The Netherlands, TFC Holland was founded by four partners with prior experience in the fruit and vegetables industry.
Due to the rapid development TFC Holland required additional coldstore capacity and moved its operation to the industrial park of Coldenhoven.
Launch of TFC ME General Trading
Expansion into the Middle-Eastern market through our office based in Dubai, UAE.
Acquisition by BayWa AG
TFC Holland becomes part of The BayWa Group and reaffirms its position as one of the leading exotic fruit companies in Europe.
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An innovative partner which literally goes that one step further
Innovation is very important in the exotic fruit and vegetables chain. Irrespective of whether it concerns innovations in logistics or in the assortment: in TFC you will have a business partner which has innovation in its DNA.
We very much enjoy taking the lead where implementing innovations are concerned. Especially where the assortment is concerned: exotic products have acquired a permanent place on the shelves and today’s consumer constantly wants to be surprised. Intensive scouting and a large network in the countries of origin are the ingredients for continuously adding new expansions to the package. This has resulted in TFC now supplying almost more than 200 different types of fruit and vegetables.
Innovations certainly also contribute to increased customer appreciation where logistics are concerned. This includes, for example, the introduction of an innovative way of transporting products. We also use a special production process for, for example, exotic fruit like mangos and avocados, which means the products end up on the shelves ripe and ready to eat. This effectively lowers the consumer’s purchase threshold with relatively unknown products. Plus it instantly results in increased turnover and margin at the supermarkets.