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New department invests further in Wild Spinach and Kale

SIPO has a new department in its company, located in Bellaria Igea Marina, dedicated entirely to the processing of autumn and winter organic vegetables to be cooked, in particular: Wild Spinach and Kale.


SIPO organic wild spinach

They hope that this  investment will help the SIPO’s production department keep up with the times from a technological and processing point of view. This department is fully refrigerated, both the environment and the water for washing.

The investments mainly regard new weighing, packaging and drying lines.

The production process is as follows: sorting and selecting the products on cleaning tables, washing and rinsing with refrigerated water, drying, weighing and packaging in bags.


Elisa Monticelli from SIPO Marketing Development

"The market for these new products - says Elisa Monticelli, SIPO Marketing Department - will be foreign markets, in particular  the target area will be Northern Europe (Austria, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Baltic countries) and the UK."

"We believe better organisation in large-scale cultivation and also during the processing of raw materials together with the organic cultivation method can give us an edge to break into the important Northern European markets”.
                    
400 gr. flow-pack bags are used for the packaging of the new products, though different formats can be made on request.

For more information:
Fabrizio Vallari
SIPO
Tel: +39 0541 339711  
Mob: +39 3472323226  

Publication date: 9/22/2017


 


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