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Nov 23, 2021
11/23/2021 | 12:00pm EST Message : Sint-Katelijne-Waver, Belgium, 23 November 2021 In reference to article 7:215 §1 of the Belgian Code on Companies and Associations and article 8:4 of the Royal Decree of 29 April 2019 implementing the Belgian Code on Companies and Associations, and our earlier press release of 30 August 2021 , Greenyard NV has purchased a total of 27 074 of its own shares in the period between 15 November 2021 and 19 November 2021 on the Regulated Market of Euronext Brussels, in accordance with the applicable rules and regulations, and the authorization granted by the Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting of 15 September 2017. The share buyback will be used for the sole purpose of meeting obligations arising from existing incentive plans. Resulting from the above transactions, on 19 November, the company holds 1 672 120 own shares in aggregate, representing 3,25% of the total number of shares (being 51 515 443 shares in total). The overview of the purchases of own shares since 14 March 2017 is published on our website www.greenyard.group under the Investor Relations page . Overview share purchases between 15 November 2021 and 19 November 2021: Daily Greenyard Contact Dennis Duinslaeger, Investor Relations Manager T +32 15 32 42 49 email@example.com REGULATED INFORMATION - 23 November 2021, 5.45pm 2 / 2 About Greenyard Greenyard (Euronext Brussels: GREEN) is a global market leader in fresh, frozen, and prepared fruit and vegetables, flowers and plants. Counting Europe's leading retailers amongst its customer base, Greenyard offers efficient and sustainable solutions to customers and suppliers through best-in-class products, market leading innovation, operational excellence and outstanding service. Its vision is to make lives healthier by helping people enjoy fruit and vegetables at any moment, easy, fast and pleasurable, while fostering nature. With around 9.000 employees operating in 19 countries worldwide, Greenyard identifies its people, and customer and supplier relationships, as the key assets which enable it to deliver goods and services worth around € 4,4 billion per annum.