Global Tomato Congress

Global Tomato Congress

Trade Show

Join the exciting future of Tomatoes

Once again this year, the Syngenta Vegetable Seeds team joined the Global Tomato Congress in the Netherlands, a great event to explore the latest innovations in tomato.

As a leader in fresh tomato breeding, Syngenta presented a whole range of fresh ideas to inspire anyone working in this exciting part of the fresh produce business.

Syngenta remains committed to innovating in new varieties and continuing to partner with growers to bring trendy and delicious new products to this segment.

Connect with our Syngenta Tomato Experts

The Global Tomato Congress was the opportunity to hear from our team of experts about what additional value can new technology create in the fresh tomato business and the impact of future technologies on breeding companies. 

Please do not hesitate to contact our team below for further details, they would be delighted to hear more about your needs:

This might be the opportunity to schedule a virtual tour, or physical if possible for you, of our technology center, Tomato Vision, located in the Netherlands.

Opened in 2020, it includes 14000 m2 of high-tech glasshouse where 800 unique new hybrids are tested and selected for specific market needs, using ultra-modern and traditional breeding technologies. The greenhouse has been designed to mimic real conditions at the growers, featuring different sections for lit and unlit cultivation with ultimate climate control. An area of 1.500 m2 is open to visitors to offer you a unique first insight into upcoming introductions along with a deeper understanding of our whole active glasshouse portfolio.


Did you Know?

  • 50% of new retail sales in Europe from the snacking tomato segment…and growing.
  • 20 years ago there was only beef and standard loose… Today, Syngenta Vegetables manages over 300 commercial varieties across 9 tomato segments.
  • As consumer innovation is so important, Syngenta dedicates a full breeding program only on developing the next generation of tomatoes.
  • As more people move to the cities, production too will move closer to the cities, requiring much more greenhouse production.
  • Greenhouse production can utilize up to 90% less water versus open field production.
  • We are collaborating with companies that are training robots to harvest at the same speed as human labor and continuously learn through AI on when to harvest at the right time.
  • Syngenta is always looking for partnerships to bring the best solutions to our customers and the value chain. Contact us today!

Interested in learning more about Syngenta's tomato offering? We'd like to welcome you to the event and discuss your business!

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