私達は、世界中の食品製造ラインで選りすぐりのポテトを使用し製造しています。（工場：オランダ、ベルギー、ポーランド、エジプト、アルゼンチン、間もなく中国も）新鮮で、様々なテイストをお届けでき、これは、素晴らしいフレンチフライと形成品を製造することができる唯一の方法です。当然のことながら、私達は人と環境を尊重し、持続可能な方法で尽力しています。1,500人以上の Farm Frites スペシャリストはこの問題に日々取り組んでいます。見て、味わって頂ければお分かりになります。私達の製品ポートフォリオをご覧頂き、あなたのお客様に‘fresh taste of the field'のヒントも是非ご紹介ください。きっともっと味わいたいとなるでしょう！
Gerrit de Bruijne, the founder of Farm Frites, visited America for a study trip where he saw with his own eyes the increasing popularity of potato products such as fries and chips. The idea to start producing fries on his own farm was born.
Gerrit de Bruijne founded Farm Frites. He started producing pre-cooked fries at a small-scale on his farm in Oudenhoorn.
The first production line became operational. Everything was still done by hand, from scraping the potatoes and removing the eyes to the frying.
The first foundation stone was laid for a cold-storage facility with a capacity of no less than 1,000 tonnes.
Farm Frites began producing potato flakes – used for example in baby food and soup.
Farm Frites capacity was expanded with the purchase of a Belgian production site in Lommel. This was strategically a good choice, as fresh potato fries were already popular in Belgium, the south of the Netherlands and the Ruhr area.
Farm Frites opened its first sales office in Spain. From then on, a series of offices were opened abroad. Farm Frites now has 43 sales offices worldwide serving clients in over 100 countries.
A completely new building was constructed in Lommel for the production of mashed potato products. This was a unique factory which, under the name ‘Farmo’, turned out to be (and continues to be) a huge success story.
Farm Frites built a fries factory in Cairo. A strategic decision, based not only on economic motives, but also on the idea of trying to improve prosperity in a country in which almost everyone lives on a minimum subsistence income.
Farm Frites continued to expand rapidly. The BRabantse AardappelVerwerkende Industrie (Brabant potato processing industry), or BRAVI, in St. Truiden in Belgium became part of Farm Frites.
Farm Frites took over a former Polish state company. In November 1993, the first foundation stone was laid in Lebork. Farm Frites Poland has grown to become a high-tech factory in which tons of fries are produced each year.
A huge country with a rapidly increasing consumption of fries, an excellent land but almost no local fries factories: Farm Frites saw potential in Argentina and entered into a joint venture with a factory in Buenos Aires.
The total global production of Farm Frites exceeded 500,000,000 kilograms.
Farm Frites supplies to more than 100 countries.