In a report presented at the end of March to the Confederation of Netherlands Industry & Employers, the company stated: "The export of Dutch vegetables and fruit to Italy, Spain and France has grown enormously since the introduction of the euro, even though these countries produce a large amount themselves." The euro has also brought stability and reduced transaction costs, it added.
General manager Philip Smits said: "Every grower, employee and partner of the Greenery should familiarise themselves with this report."
He added that he then hoped readers would "make a positive voice heard" for the EU and the euro, at a time when "critical noises are regularly made".
A cooperative owned by around 1,000 growers, the Greenery has just reported a 12.5 per cent drop in turnover for 2011, down to EUR1.61bn (£1.34bn).
It blamed poor sales and prices in the wake of the E. coli crisis and poor summer weather. However, it made a net profit of EUR1.9m thanks to reduced operating costs.