Cualin Quality tomatoes are grown on farms that are ideally suited to the purpose, covering an area of 39 ha. A production system that has been perfected in order to obtain the tastiest tomatoes all year round in a natural and sustainable way.
Cualin Quality is located in the south of Spain, one of the regions of Europe that enjoys the most hours of sunshine per year. This is a crucial factor for producing tasty tomatoes that ripen naturally.
Our excellent geographical location, right next to highway E-15, means that we have exceptionally good land transport connections, enabling us to reach our target markets in Europe very quickly.
Here at Cualin Quality we have highly qualified management staff, who put their broad experience to good use in order to make sure that the entire production process functions perfectly.
A well-kept and pleasant environment helps our workforce of more than 500 employees from 28 different countries to live and work together day by day to grow the best tomatoes.
Our greenhouses are constructed from state-of-the-art structures and are meticulously maintained on an ongoing basis.
Modern devices are responsible for climate control and for making use of rain water, thus optimising resources for sustainable production.
Water resources for irrigation are guaranteed by a number of suitable reservoirs, which together hold more than 430,000 m3.
Our greenhouses are set up to make the best possible use of water. They recycle nutrient solutions, reuse rain water and collect the condensation that forms on the rooves and walls, all making our water resources more efficient.
With the goal of respecting the environment and in order to achieve an optimum use of energy resources, we have installed a modern cogeneration unit to produce heat, electricity and CO2.
The hot water produced is stored in huge tanks and is subsequently used to provide heating to the greenhouses during the coldest winter nights.
Once it has been filtered, the CO2 obtained from combustion is channelled towards the plants in order to help them grow.
At the same time, a generator produces electricity, which is fed back into the grid. In this way the performance of the cogeneration unit is fully optimised.