We Grow it.
Growing and Products
We are proud to say that we have a major presence in this vitally important European growing & exporting hub.
Agriculture in Almeria is dedicated to innovation, development and research as part of its commitment to quality and sustainability.
What makes us the “vegetable garden of Europe”?
Almeria has the most hours of sunshine per year in Europe.
This coupled with an average annual temperature of 19°C creates perfect growing conditions for a variety of fruits and vegetables. Innovations such as drip irrigation, biological control and advancing technology has enhanced agriculture within Spain to be the market leader for many fruit & vegetable crops throughout Europe.
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How do we achieve this?
We work with trusted growers to produce the best fresh produce for our customers.
Greenhouses provide a controlled environment to grow fruit and vegetables. They are continually evolving which increases productivity and production.
We talk with a voice of experience to customers when it comes to growing in Spain due to the team’s vast expertise and knowledge in greenhouse production. Having direct contact with our growers and regular inspections of the crops ensures a first-class service and a premium product every time.
Contributes to lower blood cholesterol levels and blood glucose control in those suffering from diabetes.
Perfect for any type of salad. It has potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. It also contains a high level of Vitamin A, functioning as a great antioxidant.
Courgettes are a fruit from the same family as watermelons.
The Chinese were the first to systematically cultivate aubergines in the 5th century BC.
Tomatoes Until 1820, there was a popular belief that they were poisonous and therefore their cultivation was mainly ornamental.