> 1 million tonnes
Ctra Villafranco - Guadiana-Balboa
06490, VILLAFRANCO DEL GUADIANA
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The current CONESA Group was founded in 1976 as “Conservas Vegetales de Extremadura” with wholly private capital, its main activity being Tomato Processing. Its annual processing capacity at that time was around 6,000 tons of fresh tomato per campaign.
Today the CONESA Group is the leader in its sector in Europe, with an input capacity of around 25,000 tons of fresh tomatoes/day resulting in a total processing capacity of close to 1.4 million tons of fresh tomatoes processed per campaign.
As an additional activity, in recent years CONESA has carried out a great R&D&I effort, thanks to which it has extended its product range as well as offering a wide variety of sauces and other canned vegetables.
Always working under the principle of quality and service, our main goal is to improve and introduce cutting-edge technology in the area of tomato growing, processing and transformation and our new products, working under the principle of quality and services.
The result is the guarantee of high-quality products to meet market and our customers’ and market needs.
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