This March, Dominicus H. Rohde, the CEO of Pecán Argentina will be travelling through Europe to meet new partners for our multi-family farm “Pecan 2”.
The RoadShow, as he likes to call it, will have Mr. Rohde travel to the following destinations in Germany, UK, Luxembourg, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland:
- Berlin, Hanover, Dusseldorf, Munchen and Jena in Germany;
- Brussels in Belgium;
- Luxembourg City;
- London in the UK;
- Eindhoven in The Netherlands;
- Zurich / Geneve in Switzerland.
If you would like to meet Dominicus, and learn more about the Second Round of Pecán Argentina, send us a message using the form below:
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Invest in the Best Food Source for Generations
Pecán Argentina was set up in 2013 and has become one of the largest Pecan plantations in the Southern Hemisphere. Today, the company operates 700 hectares of plantations, with over 40k trees growing.
Pecán Argentina is characterized by sustainability and ecological awareness. Knowing that we can only live with nature, not against it, we take measures to preserve a healthy ecosystem within our plantations.
The Villar and Rohde families have been producing and distributing high quality agricultural products for generations across all continents.
More than 75 partners from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, and the USA have joined our multi-family business.
Together with our shareholders, our aim is to become a world leader on the nut market
For the past 30 years, the Pecan nut has benefited from a growing market. The constant increase in demand has exceeded supply, resulting in maximum sales at a high price. While production is estimated to double in the upcoming 15 years, the market demand is forecast to grow by 400% over the same time span.
A high production level in guaranteed by perfect subtropical conditions, excellent quality of soils and full technical support from governmental institutions, non-governmental organizations and civil society interest groups.
Pecán Argentina links economic attractiveness with environmental sustainability. It proves that profitability, community involvement and social responsibility can engage with each other.