Top-Crops, Egypt's Leading ​Hydroponic, and Sandponic ​welcome you. Top-Crops uses ​cutting-edge farming methods ​like hydroponics and Sandponic ​to transform agriculture.

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Our mission: To delight our customers by producing high-quality, pesticide-free crops using sustainable and innovative farming practices.

Our vision: To become a leading player in the agribusiness sector by adopting innovative, efficient, and sustainable farming practices

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Why choose our products?

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Pesticide-Free and Safe

Since chemical pesticides and fertilisers are not needed with hydroponic systems, the produce is entirely free of dangerous chemicals. Hydroponics protects the safety and purity of the vegetables you eat by growing them in a controlled environment

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Exceptional Freshness

Vegetables grown hydroponically are harvested at the height of their freshness, ensuring excellent taste, bright colors, and the highest levels of nutrients.

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Environmental Impact

Agriculture's environmental footprint is significantly lowered with hydroponics. Hydroponic farming supports sustainable practices that save our ecosystems and natural resources by using less water, fewer chemical pesticides, and less soil loss.

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Why Choose ​Hydroponics?

Hydroponics and Vegetable Quality

  • Hydroponic systems offer a highly ​controlled growing environment ​that enables the development of a ​greater abundance and diversity of ​beneficial plant compounds. Key ​advantages of hydroponically ​grown vegetables include

Higher Antioxidant Levels

  • Hydroponic plants produce more ​antioxidant vitamins like C, E, and K. These ​antioxidants protect cells from oxidative ​damage and reduce inflammation [1].

Enhanced Phytochemical Content

  • Hydroponic cultivation stimulates the ​synthesis of valuable secondary ​metabolites. Examples include glycosides, ​phenolics, carotenoids, and plant sterols. ​These compounds have potent ​chemopreventive, cardioprotective, and ​hepatoprotective effects [3].

Improved Nutrient Profiles

  • The direct delivery of essential nutrients to ​plant roots in hydroponic results in higher ​concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and ​other beneficial phytochemicals compared ​to conventionally grown produce [4].

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  • Hydration Helper: With a high water ​content, cherry tomatoes contribute to daily ​hydration needs.
  • Nutrient-Packed: They are a great source of ​vitamins A and C, which support eye health ​and immune function. They also provide a ​good amount of potassium, which is ​essential for heart health.
  • Low in Calories: Despite their sweet taste, ​cherry tomatoes are low in calories, making ​them a great choice for those watching their ​weight.
  • Antioxidant-Rich: Cherry tomatoes are ​packed with lycopene, a powerful ​antioxidant that can help protect the body's ​cells from damage by harmful free radicals.
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  • Nutrient-Rich: Lettuce is packed with ​essential vitamins and minerals like vitamins ​A, K, and folate, supporting eye health, ​blood clotting, and cell division.
  • Hydrating: High water content in lettuce ​helps with hydration, especially beneficial in ​hot weather.
  • Low-Calorie: High in volume but low in ​calories, lettuce is a great choice for weight ​management.
  • Fiber and Antioxidants: Lettuce contains ​dietary fiber for good digestion and ​antioxidants for cellular protection.
  • Hydroponic Advantage: Hydroponically ​grown lettuce can be more nutrient-dense ​and is sustainably farmed, appealing to ​health-conscious consumers.

Bell Peppers

  • Hydration Boosts: have a high water ​content, making them a hydrating addition ​to any meal.
  • Nutrient Dense: They are rich in vitamins A ​and C, which are essential for eye health and ​immune function, respectively. They also ​provide a good amount of vitamin B6 and ​folate, which support the body's ​metabolism.
  • Low in Calories: Despite their sweet taste, ​bell peppers are low in calories, making ​them a great choice for those watching their ​weight.
  • Antioxidant Power: Bell peppers are ​packed with antioxidants, including ​capsanthin in red bell peppers,
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  • Nutrient Powerhouse: Kale is one of the ​most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, ​packed with vitamins A, K, C, and several B ​vitamins, supporting everything from eye ​health to energy metabolism.

  • Hydration Hero: With a high water content, ​kale contributes to daily hydration needs, ​making it a great addition to any meal.
  • Low in Calories: Despite its nutrient density, ​kale is low in calories, making it an excellent ​choice for those mindful of their weight.

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  • Antioxidant-Rich: Kale is a great source of ​powerful antioxidants like quercetin and ​kaempferol. These substances help ​counteract oxidative damage by free ​radicals in the body.
  • Fiber-Filled: Kale is high in fiber, which ​supports digestive health and can help ​manage blood sugar levels.
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Get ready to elevate your cooking with our ​top-quality hydroponically grown produce!

Discover innovative recipes and top-quality ingredients ​designed to elevate your culinary creations. Join our community ​of chefs and restaurateurs committed to freshness and ​sustainability.

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Dr. Ibrahim Torih

Co-Founder & CMO-COO

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Dr. Mohamed Abou Sekkina

Co-Founder & CSCO

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Dr. Mazen Farag

Co-Founder & CSO

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Upcoming & Past Events

We participated in the 35th Sahara Expo, a highly regarded agricultural event in Egypt and North Africa. This event attracts exhibitors and attendees from all over the world and serves as a hub for global agricultural innovations and practices. During the expo, we had the privilege of presenting on important topics such as climate change and the potential of smart agriculture. Our presentation focused on how these innovations can help reduce resource wastage, such as water, pesticides, and fertilizers while increasing productivity. The hall was filled with eager attendees who were interested in learning more about our insights.

preparatory conference for COP28

At Top Crops, we believe in staying at the forefront of agricultural and environmental discussions. Our participation in various events underscores our commitment to sustainable practices and innovative solutions.

We were honored to participate in the preparatory conference for COP28. Our team delved into pressing issues surrounding climate change, sustainability, and the pivotal role of recycling in both the plastic and agricultural sectors

Speakers from Top Crops:

  • Dr. Ibrahim Torih: Renowned for his expertise in sustainable agricultural practices.
  • Dr. Mohamed Abou Sekkina: A leading voice in the integration of Plastic Recycling.

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General Authority For Investment and Free Zones Event

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At Top-Crops, we believe in not just growing crops, but also in growing connections and sharing knowledge. Our events section is a testament to our commitment to community engagement and industry leadership.

We recently had the honor of participating in an event organized by the General Authority For Investment and Free Zones Event. The focus was on the success of emerging companies, and we were thrilled to share our journey from a mere idea to the markets

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Dr. Ibrahim Torih took to the stage to narrate our success story.

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FI Africa & ProPac is a premier event that ​brings together leaders, innovators, and ​visionaries from the food industry to ​discuss emerging trends and ​groundbreaking technologies. This year, the ​event featured distinguished speakers,

Dr. Ibrahim Torih, and Dr. Mohamed Abo ​Sekkina, delivered insightful presentations ​on critical topics such as sustainability, ​artificial intelligence (AI), alternative food ​sources, 3D printing, and food waste ​management. Sustainability is no longer a ​buzzword; it's a necessity. In today’s world, ​sustainability refers to meeting our current ​needs without compromising the ability of ​future generations to meet theirs.

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