Golden Delicious, Ambrosia, Fuji, Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Pinova or Gala are the best known apples for the Spanish. Red, green or yellow, a delicious and healthy fruit. It is the third most bought fruit in Spain by consumers who are increasingly concerned about eating fresh foods that care for their health, making sure they are grown with environmentally friendly techniques.
Just the Association of Performers of Val Venosta produces annually in a natural and sustainable way 250,000 tons -of them 32,500 organics- much for the Spanish market. Healthy food where there are, their properties help prevent cardiovascular, digestive diseases and promote neuron regeneration How is the process of this tasty and healthy fruit to the shops and supermarkets?
In the Venosta Valley, located in the Italian Alps, you know this method very well because your Association of Producers, is one of the largest European producers. The more than 1,700 farmers in this area work to be one of the most sustainable cultivation areas in Europe, They promote techniques of cultivation and the treatment of fruits once they leave the tree that make of the apples of Val Venosta some authentic privileged. Guias y Trucos tecnologicos
Cultivations that respect nature
The synergies between the different elements of the ecosystem they are the basis of the philosophy of agriculture, which leads trees and land to give the best of themselves. A way of working that requires the alliance of three key elements: climate, ecosystem and soil. From the winter, through the harvest at the end of the summer, until its packaging and conservation to get as fresh as possible to the pantry of the Spaniards. The Association of Producers of Val Venosta explains the process that its apples follow. Each cycle of an apple starts just after finishing the harvest of the previous season.
The apple, a mouthful of environmentally friendly health, according to Val Venosta
Golden Delicious, Ambrosia, Fuji, Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Pinova or Gala are the best known apples for the Spanish. Red, green or yellow, a delicious and
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