Labidino produces 10 different species of cabbage and lettuce in 250 acres of greenhouse and 500 acres of outdoor crops with the latest methods, working with leading world seed and crop monitoring companies.
Ultra-modern processing and standardization unit for lettuce, vegetables and sweet corn with the most stringent IFS certification methods.
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What In Season
This is a favourite with both the young and old. It is a delectable choice for all seasons. Try it boiled, roasted or as a supplement in creative salads.
In recent years it has become the spiciest savoury suggestion for each dinner table. It provides infinite salad combinations as well as creative savoury presentations. It only has admirers and you can find it everywhere.
Respect for natural quality
Nature produces tasty, healthy, pure vegetables and fruit.
Respect for the consumer and the environment is a matter of principle and an integral part of our philosophy. Production of products is carried out with absolute control at all stages by applying systems and methods that minimize the use of pesticides such as the introduction of beneficial insects against enemies and the use of “green” formulations for the treatment of diseases. At the same time we systematically recycle greenhouse plastics as well as paper and plastic from the packaging materials.
In addition, we have an absolute traceability system that allows us to know where the product comes from, how it has grown, when it was harvested, when it was packed, the packaging materials used and the customers to whom the product was distributed.
As a result, we know exactly what type of product is located where, in which quantity, both during the actual processing and later in the warehouses.
In the field our agronomists and farmers take crop samples regularly and monitor the growth.
As soon as a load of vegetables or fruit arrives at a Labidino processing plant, our quality teams check the variety and size and they control the harvest for possible damage.
During production our vegetables go through several cleaning stages, which are followed by visual inspections. Each production site has its own labs, where products undergo a series of tests (physical inspection and tests to determine chemical and bacteriological properties).