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Arjan Smits

Support for plant-based food aid projects in developing countries and education about veganism.

Since 2005, we have supported various local organizations in Asia, Africa and South America with vegetable gardens, fruit growing, food forests, community gardens and Soycow projects. With plant-based food aid we can very efficiently help poor families with healthy food and more independence. For example, we currently have fruit growing projects in Haiti and Kenya and vegetable garden projects in Uganda and India. In the Netherlands and Flanders we ask for support for these projects and provide information about the benefits of veganism for people, animals and nature. We also provide information about Biocyclical-Vegan Agriculture, the cultivation of plant-based food without the use of animal manure, see also:

Coach name:

Stichting Plenty Food


Lange Sloot 3, 1991 HN Velserbroek, Nederland




Practical information

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Online and Physical

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Treated on location:

At any location


Dutch, English





Professional association:



19 years of experience


Support for plant-based food aid projects in developing countries and education about veganism.

Forms of therapy

· Charity and foundations
· Nutritional advice

I offer help with

· I want to get out of my head and find myself.
· I want to discover my life purpose.
· I want to meet like-minded people.

My message to the world

Plants can feed the world! Efficiency is very important to the Plenty Food Netherlands Foundation. That is one of the reasons why we only offer plant-based development aid. And in this we are unique in the Netherlands. Plant food aid is 5 to 10 times more efficient than animal food aid. More than 800 million people worldwide have insufficient food. This is in stark contrast to the increasing meat consumption of the Western world. For every kilo of meat, an average of 7 kilos of plant food (including grain, corn and soy) is used. So this is food that could have been eaten directly by humans. That's why Plenty Food never raises money for cows or pigs, but only for more efficient plant-based projects that can feed more mouths. From the same amount of land, 1 person can eat animal products, or 5 to 10 people can eat plant-based. We support local organizations that follow our ideals, with money and advice. We do not go to the countries ourselves. This ensures that we can work very cost-efficiently and achieve more change. Will you help set up more plant-based projects and spread the message? Support the Plenty Food Foundation! Together we can make the world a bit more beautiful for people, animals and nature!


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