The company Saatenberg Handels & Consulting GmbH is continuing to pursue a long way of development and steady improvement. With more than a decade of presence in the market of spices, grains and oilseeds, we confidently claim to rank among the best in the industry. Over the years we have created partnerships with - internationally renowned traders - processors of agricultural products - packers of spices - manufacturers of feed for poultry, wild birds, pets, and livestock - producers of oils, sauces and dressings and we take pride in offering only the best quality and service to our customers.

We are now BIO/ ORGANIC certified
  • Odessa
  • Novorossiysk
  • Hamburg
  • Rotterdam
  • Antwerp

Even a short list of products that we offer our customers, will include more than a hundred items. Here are just a few of them: pepper, spent, dried vegetables, dried herbs, coriander, mustard, caraway, linseed, millet, canary grass seed, safflower, sunflower seed iregi, radish, alfalfa, sainfoin, millet, sunflower kernel, peas, chickpeas, groats, flakes. This could be continued to infinity - we offer a wide range of grains and oilseeds and the diversity of the world of spices.

We are an international company with a well-functioning network of reliable suppliers, perfect logistics and warehouses in Odessa, Novorossiysk, Hamburg, Rotterdam and Antwerp. We supply our customers according to their needs: worldwide, in a variety of volumes and in various packaging: bags, liner bags, bulk containers or complete ship's holds. We execute each task with great care and professionalism.

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