BIOGOLD EM Network, the European offices of the BIOGOLD group (a worldwide network that manages and markets protected vegetable varieties) will be at Fruit Attraction 2018, as it has been since 2015, when it first decided to support this big commercial event which takes place in Madrid in October.
This year, BIOGOLD EM is presenting big innovations to its portfolio of protected varieties. Last year, they presented a new wager on exclusive tropical varieties and shared some information on the varieties they would begin working with. This is now a reality and their tropical varieties are doing very well. A mango with great organoleptic qualities, no fibres and early ripening saw huge interest from our customers and is now arousing the curiosity of everyone who hears about it. This summer there will be an official presentation with commercial fruit in Spain and the list of confirmed products is about to be finalised. The high-grade, early-ripening loquat that they market, which is resistant to purple spot, is attracting many loquat producers from all over Spain, and interest is growing now that it is being promoted.
It is also worth mentioning that they launched their citrus varieties this year (oranges, mandarins and lemons), which have been tested and achieved commercial grade. Their new orange varieties have been evaluated in the Huelva and Valencia areas, and their potential has provoked the interest of many existing BIOGOLD citrus clients who already have commercial plantations. Varieties include late navel oranges, early Valencia oranges and some very attractive pigmented varieties. With regard to mandarins and lemons, the product portfolio has expanded with some unique and very exclusive varieties which will be a real talking point in 2019.
“We trust that this year, Fruit Attraction will once again be the most important fair for the industry in Spain and will surprise us with new features and quality visitors. We hope to see you all at our Stand located in the Valencia hall to meet your demand for exclusive protected varieties”