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New ‘eco’ references at Agroherni

This year they have added five new products to their bio line

Agroherni started its journey with Little Gem lettuces and it now has five families of produce (leaf sprouts, lettuces and celery, aromatic herbs, ecological produce, and stone fruit). The latest new developments that they have introduced include the stone fruit line, started in May of this year, and five new references in the ‘eco’ segment (potatoes, Cantaloupe melons, courgettes, broccoli and celery sticks). And the fact is that, although they have over 10 years’ experience producing high quality ‘bio’ lettuces, they are now opting for strengthening the line through greater diversification. During the last edition of Fruit Attraction, visitors to the stand could confirm that ‘eco’ consists of a challenge for the company for both the present and the future. With good reason, its intention is to continue adding new produce in order to satisfy the needs of its customers with innovation, quality and sustainability.

Important specialisation

“We continue to work with constant renovation, without setting aside our distinguishing mark, leafy vegetables,” explains the company’s Marketing Manager, José Pagán. During this year, in which they will continue growing in volume, particularly in lettuces, the launch of its tender spinach shoots is worth mentioning, a healthy, easy to eat solution, since consumers just have to wash the product before using it, for example, in a salad.

The producing and marketing company Agroherni has been linked to the sector since 1996. It has a wide range of produce guaranteed by the strictest quality certificates and most of which are available 365 days a year, exporting them to distributors all over Europe under their own brand, but also using their customers’ brand names. In this respect, it offers the possibility of adapting the preparation of its produce, taking into account the different requirements of its clientele.

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