Quinta Group, founded in 1971 by its visionary leader, Sami El Khoury, is driven by a steadfast commitment to creating a positive impact on the world. With a core emphasis on collaboration with farmers and supporting their communities, our company has maintained a strong and enduring partnership over five decades. Throughout its evolution, Quinta has transformed into a renowned center for smart agriculture and sustainable solutions. Going beyond the role of mere suppliers, we proudly engage as genuine partners to farmers. Continuously generating innovative ideas and collaborative projects, our focus remains dedicated to advancing horticulture and fostering sustainable practices in the agricultural industry.
of agricultural excellence.
investing in our agricultural solutions to boost crop yield and quality.
where our solutions are implemented.
challenging the status quo in order to develop and implement innovative horticultural ideas, projects, and solutions.
We work tirelessly and passionately to offer innovative, sustainable, and scalable horticulture solutions, to increase access to safe healthy food, help improve people’s livelihoods, and be the catalyst for driving the whole sector forward.
To be the partner of choice for the development of innovative solutions in the fields of horticulture that benefit local communities and the planet we share, today and for years to come.
Our corporate culture is built on 5 values firmly anchored in our company. Everything we do is aligned with these value : Integrity, Passion, Responsible, Impactful and Creative.
They define how we work together – as a team, with our customers and our partners.
Our goal is to make a significant contribution to transforming the world into a better and more sustainable place for everyone..We also focuses on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) through its organization’s corporate financial interests, which are mostly concerned with ethical and sustainable impacts.
2nd trial stations in Batroun
3rd trial stations in Bequa’a NFT & Grow bags pilot
Founding member of the 1st Lebanese Agri food Cluster QOOT
ARE 005 project funded by USAID for Piloting value chain upgrades to promote exports of new vegetable varieties
ARE 007 Project Funded by USAID for Agricultural productivity improvements to strengthen food security
Tapping into West Africa: Expanding Greenhouse Exports
Exapanding Greenhouse Exports activity in East Africa
Greenhouses provide a physical barrier against pests and diseases that can harm crops. By limiting the entry of insects, birds, and other pests, greenhouse growers can minimize the need for chemical pesticides and rely on more sustainable pest control methods. Additionally, the controlled environment of a greenhouse helps reduce the spread of diseases, as it limits the exposure of plants to external pathogens.