Bio Campojoyma continues to grow in all references in line with the company's strategy of offering vegetables and citrus fruits to the European markets all year round, always respecting the environment and the plants' natural cycles. "Our organic pepper has had a strong expansion thanks to the growth of our crop in Murcia, which has allowed us to continue the campaign in spring and summer so we can offer 15 million kilos of organic pepper throughout the twelve months," stated Francisco Jesus Montoya Sanchez, the company's founder and manager.
Francisco Jesus Montoya Sanchez in an organic pepper crop.
Bio Campojoyma will produce a total of 4 million kilos distributed between Aguilas, San Javier, and Cartagena. In Murcia, the cultivation of organic pepper is dedicated to the California yellow, red, and green varieties, and Palermo, which are grown on their own land and also thanks to the agreement with Medifruver. Medifruver and Bio Campojoyma have already started a line of collaboration this season with broccoli first, and then with pepper. Medifruver will be dedicated to production and Bio Campojoyma to marketing. With its organic broccoli, Medifruver joins Bio Campojoyma's technical system and sustainable production philosophy.
Organic peppers packed in boxes.
In July, Bio Campojoyma will continue growing organic pepper in Lucainena, Abla, and Abrucena, favoring work in these rural areas. “We understand sustainability as a whole, not only in production, so it's also important to promote life in rural areas. The cultivation of organic pepper in summer in these rural municipalities generates local work and helps people settle down in these areas. It is a very satisfactory social work for us,” stated Francisco Jesus Montoya.
Bio Campojoyma produces organic pepper in Almeria during winter, in Murcia in spring and summer, and in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and Sierra Alhamilla in summer, which allows the company to maintain its organic offer in Europe throughout the whole year in a sustainable and natural way.
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