What we do

In Goodvalley, we believe it’s natural to consider every step of the way from field to fork, and to do it sustainably with as limited amount of emissions to the atmosphere as possible

We believe in sustainability from field to fork

Sustainable farming

We believe it’s natural to cultivate our own land to grow our own crops to make our own feed.

Quality pork

We believe it’s natural to raise our own pigs, as animal welfare and quality products go hand in hand. For us, quality begins with caring.

Good climate

We believe in and practice a sustainable way of farming, and that is why a commitment to more climate-friendly practices is at the core of everything we do.


Sustainable farming

In Goodvalley, we believe quality food starts with ensuring nature is well tended and nurtured. This is the starting point for our unique, sustainable full-circle production approach.

By growing our own crops, we can be sure our pigs receive high-quality nutritious feed, while having our own processing facility means we have complete control of production.

We strive to always give back to nature what we borrow and it is why we use crop waste in our biogas plants to power our operation and reduce our environmental impact.

Quality pork

Everything we do in Goodvalley is to ensure quality products for our customers. We believe that minding the welfare of our animals and the quality of our products go hand in hand.

Our belief is that quality in anything we do begins with caring. Our pigs are fed healthy, home-grown feed and produce good quality meat, which means nothing needs to be added.

You can always be sure Goodvalley will deliver the tastiest, safest and sustainably grown pork products to your table.

Good climate

A commitment to climate-friendly practices is at the core of everything we do. Our goal to become a completely carbon neutral, climate-friendly producer sets Goodvalley firmly apart. To limit our environmental impact, we believe in, and practice, our own unique, sustainable way of farming.

By growing our own feed in our own fields, raising our own animals, and generating green energy in our own biogas plants we use almost everything we have and ensure very little is wasted.


Meet some of us from Goodvalley

Get to know Tom, Luba & Piotr – Goodvalley employees who despite having very different roles, share a strong belief in what we do.

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We process our own feed

In Goodvalley we have our own feedmills where we prepare feed for our pigs. This way we can make sure our feed mix contains all of the natural components which are needed to keep our pigs healthy.

We prepare our own quality meat

Our processed products are always witout any preservatives. Only by controlling all stages of the production, we can take full responsibility for the quality of our meat.

We grow our own crops

In Goodvalley we have 36.500 hectares of land. We grow our crops by using degassed manure from our biogas plants. This way we cultivate our soil while taking care of the environment. We have wheat, barley, rape, corn, rye, sunflower and soy.

We raise our own pigs

Our animal welfare standards are certified by GLOBALG.A.P. (Good Agricultural Practice) and we make sure that our pigs have the necessary space, toys available and the right people, who, care for them at every stage.

We produce our own energy

In our biogas plants we use waste products from all steps of the production. This way we generate heat and energy for our units while we use the degassed minerals as a valuable fertilizer on our fields. This process makes our production less invasive towards the climate.

We harvest our own fields

It is important for us to harvest our fields by ourselves. This way we can control the harvesting proces and by using modern technology and equipment our machines are less invasive and less damaging to the environment.