Climate change and food security are more apparent than ever. We are committed for ourselves and future generations to come, to doing our part to help lead the organic industry forward.


To protect the future it is our objective to become a leader in the supply of organically and responsibly produced agricultural products. But our ambition doesn’t end there. We also aim to make a difference by minimizing the impact of our own activities and services on the environment.


We expect the same from our partners so we aim to drive a similar positive environmental change by raising awareness, evaluating their operations/impacts and incentivizing an adequate environmental policy by rewarding companies that show an effort in their environmental performance.


To ensure a good quality of service and of our products we are GMP+ FSA and EU Organic certified. It is our top priority to deliver a qualitative service so that our clients and producers will return again and again. We know that this quality is necessary to build long-term relationships with our partners.

At Cormorant we say it is not our mission to become the biggest, but to become the best at what we do.

Please find below a copy of our quality certificates. Should you want to learn more about these standards please visit their websites by clicking here: GMP+SKAL Biocontrole (the authority in the Netherlands for the EU Organic Certification).



To minimize our impact on the environment we have developed an environmental company policy. In this policy we are not only committed to change our own impact, but we aim to drive a similar positive change on the environment for all our partners.

Besides minimizing our impact we aim to make a positive change on the environment and to do so we are a proud partner and sponsor of the organization JUSTDIGGIT.

JUSTDIGGIT is a non-profit organization whose objective is to jumpstart large scale landscape restoration. JUSTDIGGIT makes dry land green again by inspiring and activating farmers in Africa, positively impacting climate change, nature and people.

They restore entire ecosystems in African regions such as Kenya and Tanzania by combining community-based regreening activities (as rainwater harvesting and Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) techniques) with new technology and a strong communication approach.

Excited and want to learn more? Please visit their website here.