The areas of this crop rise to 240 Hectares planted outdoors in areas of Fine Sands.
Its distribution is carried out by large European markets, including Germany, Holland and France, in addition to England, as well as the Spanish territory during the period from November to June.
A campaign production that amounts to 15 million bunches between the Nantesa and Amsterdam varieties and is certified by Global Gap.
Its characteristic orange color is due to the presence of carotenoids, including beta-carotene or pro-vitamin A, an antioxidant compound that is transformed into vitamin A which is used for vision once it enters our body. It is also a source of vitamin E and B vitamins such as folate and vitamin B3 or niacin. As for minerals, the contribution of potassium stands out, and discrete amounts of phosphorus, magnesium, iodine and calcium.