As a professional of fruit and vegetable

We have established a nationwide network of contracted production areas from Hokkaido to Kyushu, and sell contracted vegetables in relay production areas throughout the year.

We offer a wide range of pricing methods, including seasonal, monthly, and weekly, so that we can make proposals that meet our customers' needs.

Each sales office is able to directly contact the production area and check the status of the products, which enables quick response to customer inquiries and timely sharing of the production area status.

Wide variety of items handled

We mainly deal in fresh vegetables such as cabbage, lettuce, onions, carrots, Chinese cabbage, radishes, cucumbers, green onions, tomatoes, and eggplants. Currently, we are increasing the volume of each item we deal in, and have also started handling plant factory vegetables.
In addition to frozen vegetables, we also handle cut vegetables. These are products that are cut and processed at our partner factories and can be prepared immediately.

Communication between Producers and Customers

Not only do we handle vegetables, but also we are able to propose products that meet the needs of our customers by directly communicating their information to the production area. We also have the advantage of being able to communicate directly with the producer by taking the customer to the production area.

We are able to build a relationship of trust by maintaining close contact with them with the result that our staff members frequently visit both the customers and the production areas.

As an intermediary distributor, we will continue to provide convenience stores, restaurants, corporate catering services, and food manufacturers with a stable supply in terms of freshness, price, and quantity.

It is a major challenge for producers and intermediaries to provide a stable supply of fruits and vegetables (price, quantity, and quality) that are affected by weather and other factors, but as an intermediary, we will strive to maintain a stable supply by monitoring the conditions of production areas and negotiating with suppliers.