Vegetable Sashimi from Spain 100% Organic: No Chemicals & Pesticides
Is it possible for vegetables to be so perfect that you want to eat them raw?
Our selection of delectable seasonal vegetables from Spain make that exception.
They are freshly harvested from 100% EU Organic and Swiss BioCertified lush pastures in Southern part of Spain, free from pesticides.
Pick the veggies with the Spanish flag to ensure your choice.
To ensure only the best produce, our Spanish fruits and vegetables are grown with a natural break—allowing their habitat to maintain the normal natural level of minerals of the soil.
Here are the important requirements set by the EU for organic labelling to which our Spanish farmers strictly comply with:
The natural state of the soil remains clean and healthy from growing crops organically, free from pesticides. To maintain the normal natural level of minerals of the soil, the plantation areas are given a natural break.
Unlike conventional farming which allows certain pesticides to be used, the use of pesticides is minimized and has much less allowed chemicals. This helps not only to keep the environment’s integrity, but also the end product.
European Union requires all EU farmers to take extra action (10% of the costs of operational program) beyond minimum standards. This is compulsory and a strict compliance. This allows farmers to decide which area of the farm they prefer to concentrate on and develop.
The latest GPD technology is used, which is responsible for measuring water and minerals in the soil. It minimizes the environmental impact of the farm, free from hazardous chemicals.
100% of the farms have Global Gap Certification. Part of the certification requires that all workers are paid according to national standards and laws. Workers must be allowed to join unions and be part of the workers unions. All workers must have valid work permits, having zero tolerance for child labor. More efforts are paid to each worker’s welfare including health and safety. Global Gap is an internationally recognized certification that inspects the farms annually.
100% famers are Global Gap Certified—the most demanding and widely recognized international certification that exists. Organic farms that are 100% EU Organic and Swiss BioCertified.
Directly from farm to your doorstep. No warehousing or waiting. Once pre-cooled, the cold chain is kept un-broken, delivered directly to your needs.
Each individual box of produce is traceable—by farmer, location, date, and transportation type and time.
From soil, to produce, to packing line—everything are laboratory tested regularly by European Union certified laboratories. Testing frequency is regular, and defined by European Union and Global Gab standards, having the most strict pesticides levels, banning most of the chemicals that are still widely in use outside Europe.
You will also see the certificate of one of our produce, our mini tomatoes that certifies that the soil it thrived in are free from toxins, it grew void of pesticides, and the packing line it went through is not contaminated with harmful chemicals.
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