Vihreä Härkä Oy

Regenerative farmed plant protein food solutions for HoreCa, Retail and Food Industry. We have established our business in 2014 and have been able to offer robust and functional food solutions since then. Our farmers who supply raw material are in the key role in enhancing natures wellbeing.

Company size: 10-50 Employees
Current markets: Europe
Turnover: € 0-25M
Key offering: Food,Ingredients,Plant based / vegan
Keywords: Plant protein, broad bean, healthy food,

Our value proposition

We bring protein solutions to enable the green transition and are focused to support customers by product development, that fits their goals. We care about peoples and natures wellbeing,and act according to that, so that whole values chain is onboard

Our offering

Cost effective plant proteins used in a right way in right food solutions. Suitable for individuals at home or industry or HoReCa. We can easy You to make food that is more healthy and sustainable. Advantages in our products diminish the land use compared with meat production and support human health.

About Vihreä Härkä Oy

We are in the forefront of plant protein market since 2014. As first farm we offered fresh broadbean to Stockmann retail 2014 and 2015 for Ruohonjuuri special shops. We have developped new methods of using and processing broadbean from field to fork, and as always job in just beginning. You may think, that is a man man show, but it is the opposite; our network is the key to product development and managing the whole value chain. We support our strategic partners all the way and create lifelong relationships with trust.

What kind of partner we are looking for

We are trying to find partners who value trust and honesty along with good vibes in working. We want to change food sector to more human like, so that cold way of making only money is not the case; because there are also better way on doing this; by caring more about others and nature.

Contact info Vihreä Härkä Oy

Tel: +358451247900 Palttinakatu 1 20660 kaarina

Entrepreneur, Food&Agri Juha-Pekka Aikola
Last updated 3.10.2023