Our company has been producing and selling fruit and vegetables for many years. On the land of our fincas in Ariany and Santa Eulalia we have grown a variety of products, from aubergines to oranges.
In this article we would like to invite you to get to know the citrus plantations of our fincas and the diverse characteristics of these fruits.
It is one of the orange varieties that are harvested early, from November to February. It is large and contains a lot of juice. It can be eaten as well as used for squeezing juice and contains no seeds.
Nawel Powel Orange
This orange variety, unlike the Navelina orange, has a longer harvest period, from November to May. Nawel Powel oranges are large, sweet and seedless and they contain a lot of juice. They can be eaten as well as squeezed. Their high juice content makes them ideal for hydration.
It is a cross between mandarins and oranges. It is harvested from November to the end of January. Its size is medium, unlike Navel oranges. The taste is sweet with a hint of acidity and it contains no seeds.
This variety of lemon is very appreciated in our region because it can be produced almost all year round. It is characterised by having a thicker skin than the other lemon varieties. It is ideal for gastronomic preparations. It contains a lot of juice and has an intense lemon flavour. Its size is usually medium to large.
The harvest starts at the beginning of October and ends around March. This lemon variety has a thin skin with a pale colour. It has a high juice content, which is why it is very popular in gastronomy.
This fruit is harvested from September to November, but some varieties can also be harvested in August and December. The pomegranate is a fruit with a sweet and sour taste and a thick golden skin. The flesh is juicy pink or red and has many seeds. They are mostly medium-sized fruits that are highly valued for their antioxidant properties and high content of polyphenols, tannins and anthocyanins. The multiple nutrients of this fruit help our defence, improve blood circulation, are anti-inflammatory, diuretic and anti-tumoural.
Citrus fruits, oranges, mandarins, clementines, lemons, limes and grapefruit, are among the most widely grown fruits in the world. The cultivation of pomegranates is less widespread, but is gaining in importance due to increasing demand. From a nutritional point of view, they stand out for being a source of vitamins (vitamin C, A, B, B, G, folic acid...) potassium, fibre, copper and sulphur, which the body needs to function properly.