Extremadura is blessed with fertile soil, water in abundance and a climate particularly suited to growing stone fruit. Years of dedication aligned with unwavering attention to sustainability has enabled us to achieve our goal of making our land one of the most productive in the world. Caring for the land that feeds us is the best form of life insurance.
Nobody better understands the innate value that each person brings to our business which is why we have always prided ourselves on having the most experienced and dedicated team of professionals available, from supervisors to packers, from technicians to administrators to the management team, together we form a unit completely focused on maximising the sustainability of our venture and the satisfaction of our clients.
The local economy
From the beginning our guiding principle has always been to honor and enrich the lands we cultivate. It is this longstanding focus on sustainability and value creation which has allowed these rural areas to develop, both economically and environmentally. What we know better than anybody is that it is the land itself which produces the fruit that nurtures the people who form Tanynature, and it is they who make it possible for us to bring this gift to the world.
Our fruit is the the result of years of observation, investigation and dedication, aimed at developing the best fruits and vegetables that nature has to offer and creating the world’s garden right here in Extremadura.
Constant development of the most natural and effective growing techniques has made our soils more fertile. An abundant fertile soil bursting with nutrients eagerly absorbed by our fruit and converted into the most natural sources of vitamins and health on the planet.
Produce, package, distribute
HA OF GROWING FIELDS
M2 PACKAGING PLANT
Red Plums with yellow flesh
The finest plants in the world adapted to our Extremadura soils allied with good agricultural practice* delivering mouthwatering fruit, bursting with nutritional goodness.
* (fertile soils, precise harvesting, limited pesticide use)