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We are specialists in the cultivation and processing of the IV range of leafy products. These products require a great deal of care and know-how to preserve their optimum properties from harvest to consumption, which is why hundreds of customers trust us when it comes to leafy products.

Iceberg lettuce is a basic component of the Mediterranean diet. Large, tight, crisp leaves. The colour of this vegetable is green on the outside and whiter as you get closer to the stem. It is considered one of the world’s favourite lettuces.

Product characteristics: It is a product with a high water content and a low energy value, ideal for low-calorie diets. Rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, E, B1, B2, B3 and minerals (phosphorus, iron, calcium, potassium). The folic acid that

Romaine lettuce is a variety of lettuce that grows with a long head and has robust, elongated leaves with a sturdy central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is an annual, self-pollinating plant, which does not form a true head, the leaves are oblong, with complete edges and a broad midrib. It is rich in antioxidants, such as vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B9 and K; minerals: phosphorus, iron, calcium, potassium and amino acids.

Lollo biondo is a variety of lettuce which has very curly and attractive deep green leaves.

Product characteristics: It is characterised by its green colouring on the outside and yellowy interior. The texture of its leaves is soft at the edges and crispier as it approaches the centre. Very suitable for garnishing dishes. This lettuce has a high content of minerals, and vitamins A and C.

Lollo rosso is a variety of lettuce whose main characteristic is its intense colour and slightly bitter taste. It is a lettuce whose leaves have an attractive deep red colour on the outside and green as you get closer to the heart.

Product characteristics: Very suitable for garnishing dishes. This lettuce has a high content of minerals, and vitamins A and C.

Oak leaf lettuce is one of the most esteemed varieties of lettuce in mixed salads known as mezclum or bouquet. It has elongated leaves of an intense green colour at the ends and lighter green as we approach its very wide central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is distinguished by its curly and tender leaves, offering a fresh and delicate texture to the palate, with a very soft and sweet flavour.

Oak leaf lettuce is one of the most esteemed varieties of lettuce in mixed salads known as mezclum or bouquet. It has elongated leaves of an intense green colour at the ends and lighter green as we approach its very wide central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is distinguished by its curly and tender leaves, offering a fresh and delicate texture to the palate, with a very soft and sweet flavour.

Batavia has broad green leaves with full edges and a weak midrib. It is a variety with a loose rounded head, curly leaves and a creamier texture. It is mainly used in salads.

The frisée lettuce belongs to the endive family. It originates from East India and belongs to the same botanical genus as chicory. As with many other vegetables, frisée lettuce was originally used for medicinal rather than culinary purposes.

Product characteristics: Large, curly leaves, green on the outside turning yellow as we approach the stem. It is eaten cooked or as a salad. It has a high vitamin content and a slightly bitter taste.

It originates from East India and belongs to the same botanical genus as chicory. As with many other vegetables, frisée lettuce was originally used for medicinal rather than culinary purposes.

Product characteristics: Large, curly leaves, green on the outside turning yellow as we approach the stem. It is eaten cooked or as a salad. It has a high vitamin content and a slightly bitter taste.

Apollo lettuce resembles curly endive, with its frilled green leaves. However, it has a lighter yellow heart, with different shades of green and a softer feel.

Product characteristics: One aspect that differentiates apollo lettuce from endive, apart from the visual aspect, is that it has a sweeter taste compared to the bitter taste of endive.

Celery is a vegetable that belongs to the Apiaceae family and is native to the Mediterranean. Celery has a long green stalk with succulent tubes from which leaves of the same colour grow due to the presence of chlorophyll.

Product characteristics: Celery contains fibre, vegetable protein, antioxidants such as flavonoids, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, minerals such as potassium, sodium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, calcium and essential oils. These nutrients give celery antiviral, diuretic, anticancer, vasodilator, anti-inflammatory, depurative, antibacterial, hypoglycaemic and hypoglycaemic properties.

Little gem lettuce is characterised by being small, elongated, tight, rough pieces with a smooth edge and a developed and prominent central nerve.

Product characteristics: A very early dark green variety. The leaves form medium-sized, very attractive tasty and sweet buds, with puffed tight and very crunchy leaves as well as a pleasant taste, which is somewhat more bitter than other lettuces.

Iceberg lettuce is a basic component of the Mediterranean diet. Large, tight, crisp leaves. The colour of this vegetable is green on the outside and whiter as you get closer to the stem. It is considered one of the world’s favourite lettuces.

Product characteristics: It is a product with a high water content and a low energy value, ideal for low-calorie diets. Rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, E, B1, B2, B3 and minerals (phosphorus, iron, calcium, potassium). The folic acid that

Romaine lettuce is a variety of lettuce that grows with a long head and has robust, elongated leaves with a sturdy central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is an annual, self-pollinating plant, which does not form a true head, the leaves are oblong, with complete edges and a broad midrib. It is rich in antioxidants, such as vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, B9 and K; minerals: phosphorus, iron, calcium, potassium and amino acids.

Lollo biondo is a variety of lettuce which has very curly and attractive deep green leaves.

Product characteristics: It is characterised by its green colouring on the outside and yellowy interior. The texture of its leaves is soft at the edges and crispier as it approaches the centre. Very suitable for garnishing dishes. This lettuce has a high content of minerals, and vitamins A and C.

Lollo rosso is a variety of lettuce whose main characteristic is its intense colour and slightly bitter taste. It is a lettuce whose leaves have an attractive deep red colour on the outside and green as you get closer to the heart.

Product characteristics: Very suitable for garnishing dishes. This lettuce has a high content of minerals, and vitamins A and C.

Oak leaf lettuce is one of the most esteemed varieties of lettuce in mixed salads known as mezclum or bouquet. It has elongated leaves of an intense green colour at the ends and lighter green as we approach its very wide central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is distinguished by its curly and tender leaves, offering a fresh and delicate texture to the palate, with a very soft and sweet flavour.

Oak leaf lettuce is one of the most esteemed varieties of lettuce in mixed salads known as mezclum or bouquet. It has elongated leaves of an intense green colour at the ends and lighter green as we approach its very wide central nerve.

Product characteristics: It is distinguished by its curly and tender leaves, offering a fresh and delicate texture to the palate, with a very soft and sweet flavour.

Batavia has broad green leaves with full edges and a weak midrib. It is a variety with a loose rounded head, curly leaves and a creamier texture. It is mainly used in salads.

The frisée lettuce belongs to the endive family. It originates from East India and belongs to the same botanical genus as chicory. As with many other vegetables, frisée lettuce was originally used for medicinal rather than culinary purposes.

Product characteristics: Large, curly leaves, green on the outside turning yellow as we approach the stem. It is eaten cooked or as a salad. It has a high vitamin content and a slightly bitter taste.

It originates from East India and belongs to the same botanical genus as chicory. As with many other vegetables, frisée lettuce was originally used for medicinal rather than culinary purposes.

Product characteristics: Large, curly leaves, green on the outside turning yellow as we approach the stem. It is eaten cooked or as a salad. It has a high vitamin content and a slightly bitter taste.

Apollo lettuce resembles curly endive, with its frilled green leaves. However, it has a lighter yellow heart, with different shades of green and a softer feel.

Product characteristics: One aspect that differentiates apollo lettuce from endive, apart from the visual aspect, is that it has a sweeter taste compared to the bitter taste of endive.

Celery is a vegetable that belongs to the Apiaceae family and is native to the Mediterranean. Celery has a long green stalk with succulent tubes from which leaves of the same colour grow due to the presence of chlorophyll.

Product characteristics: Celery contains fibre, vegetable protein, antioxidants such as flavonoids, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, minerals such as potassium, sodium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, calcium and essential oils. These nutrients give celery antiviral, diuretic, anticancer, vasodilator, anti-inflammatory, depurative, antibacterial, hypoglycaemic and hypoglycaemic properties.

Little gem lettuce is characterised by being small, elongated, tight, rough pieces with a smooth edge and a developed and prominent central nerve.

Product characteristics: A very early dark green variety. The leaves form medium-sized, very attractive tasty and sweet buds, with puffed tight and very crunchy leaves as well as a pleasant taste, which is somewhat more bitter than other lettuces.