TEAM & PARTNERS
Spirit: Gent, Ostend, Marseille, Kochi, Hanoi, Kampot, Santiago...
Travelling made me want to do something more then just visit places. The exchange with people from different parts of the world brought me to organic food and so many stories to share. Driven by the value of diversity.
KIT TENG DESOETE
Spirit: Ostend, Gent, Marrakesh, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing,...
Masters the art of possibilities. Joined us in 2017 to edit and boost Adya's ideas and network & to develop our structure and planning. And most of all.. endlessly curious, a woman at home in the world.
Spirit: Roeselare, Gent, Basel, Firenze, Kaapstad, ...
Founding father and true innovator. Our technical wizard, pioneer in packaging and transport improvement. Exemplary in his balancing the odds and directions.
Spirit: Mysore, Channapatna, Kerala,...
Young Indian entrepreneur from Karnataka, India. Founded the School Garden of India to share his passion for organic agriculture and education. Sensitive and audacious, passionate and open minded, he is our soul & eyes in India.
Kim Claeys, creative designer @ Kim Claeys is styling Adya right now!
JAN DE CLERCQ
Jan De Clercq, founder @ WideAwake and his partners for their splendid goal to connect fine organic food with a background to the food industry.
Adya started as a project idea but evolved into an actual company sourcing products from groups of farmers for the Belgian market. We gradually grow into to this. Meeting colleagues at the various organic food fairs made us break out of Belgium as well. We say ‘colleagues’ because we only see added value through collaboration.
We feel very lucky to work with local people in India, Vietnam, South-Africa and Chile to start with (see our other webpages on these partners). It makes travelling so much more valuable, it also personalizes our approach towards organic food.
What about our partner regions?
We’ve met so many people in India, Vietnam, Chili and all over Europe. People in the business of organic food, government and NGO’s. We are grateful for these meetings and connections. Adya is open to share on these connections with everyone interested.
Somewhere in London, there is a young man from Orissa in India working in the City. Starting off from a Indian network event in Gent, he helped us to evolve from project idea to a concept and eventually a company.
Your spirit is always with us, even if we don’t see you that much anymore. Thank you Dr. Manoj Dora!