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COMPANY

THREE GENERATIONS OF FRUIT-GROWERS

about adfruit

ABOUT ADFRUIT

Adfruit was set up in 2002, based on the experience of three generations of fruit-growers, as an innovative entrepreneurial reality distributing peaches, nectarines and kiwi.

quality

QUALITY

The focus on constant improvement of its production and management operations means that Adfruit has decided to work exclusively with agricultural companies boasting EUREP GAP certification that ensure very high quality standards.

PHILOSOPHY

PHILOSOPHY

Adfruit works exclusively with agricultural companies that cultivate the land in harmony with natural rhythms to supply premium quality fruit, with unique and incomparable taste characteristics.

KIWI

FARMING AND RESPECTING THE LAND AT SAME TIME

KIWI

HISTORY AND NUTRITIONAL VALUES


PACKAGES
9/10kg loose in carton box
5/6 kg loose in IFCO / carton box
2,7 - 3 - 3,3 - 3,5 kg 1 layer in carton box 30x50
4,5 – 5 kg 1 layer in IFCO / EPS / carton box 40x60
10x1kg basket with net incarton box 40x60


10x920g L (Light) basket with net in carton box40x60
10x880g LL (Super Light)basket with net in carton box 40x60
10x750g XLL basket with net in carton box 40x60
10x500g basket with net in carton box 40x60
14x300g - small packaging with flow-pack carton box40x60

HISTORY
Kiwis originated in China more than 700 years ago. The court of the Grand Khan held its delicious taste and emerald green pulp in high regard.

The rest of the world only began to learn about this fruit scientifically in the 1800s, when a collector of the Royal British Horticultural Society sent home some fruit and seeds. It was only in 1906, when some New Zealand missionaries returned home from China with the climbing plants nicknamed "Chinese Gooseberries", that kiwis were grown as a decorative garden plant.

Later on, in the 1950s, Wright - an horticultural expert - after lengthy and repeated experimental studies managed to develop the first commercial variety. The New Zealanders were so proud of their new fruit that in 1959 they named it after the national symbol bird: kiwi. The plant arrived in Italy around the 1970s and many different varieties are now grown from north to south.

NUTRITIONAL VALUES
Nutritional values for 100g of edible part

Energy value
Proteins
Carbohydrates
Fats

Kcal 44/KJ184
g. 1,20
g. 9,00
g. 0,60

PEACHES

THREE GENERATIONS OF FRUIT-FARMERS

PEACHES AND NECTARINES

HISTORY AND NUTRITIONAL VALUES


PACKAGES
7 kg 1 layer in IFCO / EPS / carton / wood box 40x60
4 kg 1 layer in carton / wood box 30x50
2 layers with nest traysin wood box 30x50

8 – 9 – 10 kg loose in wood box
10x1kg basket with net in carton box 40x60
10x750g basket with net in carton box 40x60
14x2 fruit - small packaging with flow-pack carton box 40x60

HISTORY
An ancient legend suggests that a fisherman once found a strange nut in the gut of a fish. He planted it in front of his hut and a small tree grew, blooming in Spring with tiny pink flowers. And the first fruit of the new plant was named "peach". The country of origin of peaches is China, where the tree is a symbol of immortality.

The plant travelled from the Orient with the caravans as far as Persia, where it was given its botanical name "prunus persica". Thereafter, thanks to the conquests of Alexander the Great, peaches spread throughout the Mediterranean. In Egypt, peaches were sacred to Horus (or Hapocrates), the god of silence and infancy. Still today, the cheeks of children are compared to peaches - also a synonym of velvety skin.

The fruit arrived in Rome in the 1 century A.D. Historian Pliny not only described the two main varieties - one with a firm, yellow pulp, the other with a soft, white pulp - but also complained about their excessive cost. During the reign of the Sun King, French tables boasted as many as 33 varieties - while today there are hundreds.

NUTRITIONAL VALUES
Nutritional values for 100g of edible part

Energy value
Proteins
Carbohydrates
Fats

Kcal 27/KJ113
g. 0,80
g. 6,10
g. 0,10

CONTACTS

ADFRUIT

Via Orlando Scavazza, 957-65
45020 Giacciano con Baruchella (Rovigo) Italy
Tel. 0039 0425 50429
Fax 0039 0425 415901
Skype: adfruit-sales
VAT n: 03191680234

How to reach us

Take the SS434 Giacciano con Baruchella exit;

Take exit for Il Faro market;

After 1km turn right