Rainer Carstens and Paul-Heinrich Dörscher are the founders of the WESTHOFBIO® Group. Both have the passion for sustainability - and the aspiration to keep organic thinking a little bit further. The Westhof, which has been family owned since 1972, was converted to organic farming in 1989. The growing area of the WESTHOF BIO® Group covers more than 1000 hectares and is located for the most part in the west of Dithmarschen, directly on the North Sea coast. Nutritious soils and clean air characterize this region and offer the best conditions for growing vegetables.The focus of action is organic farming in harmony with nature and natural cycles. The preservation of an intact environment is just as important as the production of healthy, high-quality food. The Westhof will not only produce residue-free according to Bioland and Demeter guidelines, but will also be resource-efficient and climate-friendly. Organic farming is a sustainable and modern form of land management. They preserve and improve soil fertility and biodiversity, protect drinking water, land and climate, and protect resource reserves. Since 2015, the WESTHOF BIO® Group has been energy-neutral. It also generates as much energy as it consumes.Due to its size, Westhof Bio-Gemüse GmbH & Co. KG can offer marketable prices and is thus a professional partner. All products can be traced exactly to the cultivation field and undergo strict quality controls. WESTHOF® BIO offers exclusively certified organic goods.