The facility produces a variety of citrus and tropical single strength, concentrated, pulp-reduced and clarified juices and purees. It is located 259 Km from Salvador and is close to the rich growing areas in Bahia state. Through our own-state-of-the-art laboratories, we can maintain strong quality controls to guarantee that our products conform to the most rigorous quality standards.
Per day. Capacity: 240MT Citrus & 260MT Tropical
Power generation. Wind – 100% from renewable sources
Cocoa beans grow in pod clusters on the trunk of the cocoa tree (Theobroma cocao). They are native to Mexico but nowadays are largely grown in Western Africa (predominantly in the Ivory Coast and Ghana).
Coconuts grow on large coconut palm trees (Cocos nucifera), rising to 30 meters in height. Botanically, the fruit is a drupe (where the fleshy section of the fruit, surrounds the hardened endocarp with a seed inside) and not a nut.
Mango is a tropical fruit, from the Mangifera indica tree that grows to be approximately 30 meters in height. The tree also produces flowers, that bloom towards the end of winter and leading into the spring.