Since 2016 I am providing advisory services under the name Alonzi from the French 'Allons-y' - Let's Go!

With over ten years of experience, I deal with all aspects related to (international) sustainable agricultural supply chains. Supporting my clients in designing, setting up and managing their sustainable supply chains. This includes working on strategy, operations, stakeholder engagement and project implementation and management. I take pride in the work I deliver and I stand for its quality.  

Over the years I have built a strong, diverse and capable global network of experts in different fields and at different levels of the supply chain. 

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  • Design, implementation and coordination of different Coffee and Cocoa sustainable Value Chain projects in Asia and Africa.
  • Economic market research/Value Chain Analyses coffee, cocoa and processed fruits (Africa). Two of the publicly available reports can be found  here (specialty coffee Rwanda) and here (processed tropical fruits West-Africa) both comissioned by CBI.
  • Scoping study for a multi-country project funding proposal of the Cocoa and Palm Oil value chains for selected West-African Countries.
  • Advise and support companies on strategy and acitivity implementation to address social issues in the supply chain and improve their monitoring for impact. Topics include child and forced labour and better understanding of, and compliance to the US Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) and Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP).

Clients include: Rainforest Alliance; International Trade Centre (ITC); European Centre for the promotion of imports from developing countries (CBI); Young Expert Program; different private sector companies from cocoa trade, chocolate and coffee industry


Growing up abroad - Mozambique, Ha├»ti, India - didn't only give me an adventurous and fun childhood it also clearly set the tone for my career path. Check out my LinkedIn for a detailed resume. 

I started activities under Alonzi in 2016 when I felt confident enough with my network and my skills to start up as a freelance consultant. 

The business knowledge and additional network obtained from my second Masters, an Executive MBA (2017-2018) at the Rotterdam School of Management, part of the Erasmus University, has been very complementary to my agricultural and field level knowledge and experience, clearly allowing me to provide more value to my clients in my work.   


I focus on all aspects related to building and enhancing sustainable international trade of agricultural commodities and related products, building on my field level experience and my diverse and extensive network both in origin as in Europe. 

Sustainability Projects
Market Scans
SUSTainability Strategy