Welcome to Europatat

Europatat is the European Potato Trade Association.

It gathers national associations and companies involved in the trade of seed potatoes and ware potatoes from all over Europe.

ABOUT EUROPATAT

 
Europatat is the European Potato Trade Association. It gathers national  associations and companies involved in the trade of seed potatoes and ware potatoes from all over Europe. Initially set up in 1952 by national associations to protect the interests of the wholesale potato merchants, its membership is now open to individual companies active in the potato trade with a view to play an even more proactive role in the European decision-making process.

This website will guide you through the main aspects of our organisation: its mission and objectives, its structure, its main activities and publications. The members´ area provides further info on the Association´s activities and contains the Europatat Circulars.

 

Latest news

Can you imagine a world without potatoes? We can’t!

Can you imagine a world without potatoes? We can’t!

Europatat is supporting the global campaign Imagine a World Without Potatoes, which is led by the International Potato Center (CIP)* and will be launched at EU level on 27 November on the occasion of Interpom Primeurs, the largest indoor potato event in Europe. The...

Schaap Holland joins Europatat

Europatat welcomes its new member, the Dutch company Schaap Holland B.V. Founded in 1967, Schaap Holland’s headquarters are located in Biddinghuizen, in the central province of Flevoland, Netherlands. From there, Schaap not only collects, grades, wash and processes...

Members

Members of Europatat benefit from a wide range of services and advantages enabling them to get a grip on the many regulatory challenges that face the potato sector today: trade barriers, increasing concerns over food safety and sustainability, labelling, etc.

Read more on what Europatat can mean for your company and how you can strengthen the potato trade.

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