This enterprise produces Tahiti or Persian lime and Sutil lemon. “It is located in the Olmos Valley and has 35 years of experience in citriculture”, according to Fresh Plaza.
“Traditionally, the American market receives the limes in 18-kilo boxes, but we are changing the packaging. We can send more kilos per container and more boxes per pallet by using boxes of 4.5 kilos. Thus transport freight becomes cheaper and more competitive,” Diego Oneto, of Frutícola Olmos said.
He also confirmed that the lime season has gone well this year for them since there haven’t been weather problems so far. “Our only concern is to deliver high-quality products and leave the Peru brand as well positioned as we can”, he told Fresh Plaza.
They only grow organic lemons and they try to contribute to the environment as much as they can by eliminating synthetic insecticides.
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