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Who we are

We are a leading supplier of fresh potatoes and the UK's largest suppliers of organic potatoes.

As part of the Produce Investments group, Greenvale’s success is built on strong, collaborative relationships with our many partners – from our extensive customer base right back down the supply chain to growers, seed breeders and suppliers, as well as research organisations. And as a company, Greenvale aims to be market leaders through linking outstanding consumer insight, sustainable procurement, technical innovation and operational efficiency to provide our many customers with good quality products at great value.

Andy Clarkson Managing Director

What we do

As one of the UK’s largest grower of fresh potatoes we supply our factories with the highest quality potatoes all year round.

We pack fresh potatoes in our two strategically located packing facilities in the UK for retailers, wholesalers and processors.

The potatoes that we pack are grown by around 200 of our UK growers, most of whom we supply seed to, and along with the potatoes from our own growing operations provide our pack sites with the material to store, manage and pack for our key customer base 364 days of the year.

To find out more about our seed business, please follow the link below.

Our Insights

Our Marketing and Insights team work to ensure that as a business we are constantly up to date with not only the latest potato trends but broader food trends too.

This information is invaluable for us as a business and it enables us to work alongside our customers to help develop potato ranges that are suited to the end consumer now and in the future.

Take a look at our latest potato video for inspiration and read more about what’s been happening in the world of food trends.

Our responsibilities

We are extremely proud of how we demonstrate our commitment to our environment, people and community.

As a leading player in the fresh potato sector, we have a real responsibility to help shape the way in which the industry operates, continually challenging convention and looking for technological advances that can help the industry become more efficient, thus reducing our collective environmental impact.