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Casalasco Società Agricola SPA

Tomato processor
500 000 to 1 million tonnes
Contact details
Strada Provinciale n° 32

39 0375 536 203
39 0375 534 075
Contact name : Marta Bertolotti
Contact email : Click to see email address
Casalasco is one of the major groups in Europe and in the world for the cultivation, processing and marketing of tomatoes. The Company operates since 1977 in the Po Valley area that is particularly suitable for the cultivation of industrial tomato. The firm includes more than 560 farms associated, 3 production sites, 50 packaging lines, a processing capacity of more than 570.000 tons of processed tomatoes.
Casalasco processes only tomatoes that are guaranteed GMO-free and 100% of Italian origin. Following the entire production chain, from sowing to packaging, the company guarantees a high quality end product, which reaches the shelves with historical brands or as private label and copacking for companies all over the world.


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Casalasco acquires 73.8% of Emiliana Conserve

Leading company in Italy for the processing of industrial tomatoes consolidates its leadership in the sector and enters the world Top 10...
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Europe: Green, organic & innovative new product launches

Branding and quality at the heart of business strategies A 100% sustainable tomato pulp whose carbon emissions have been neutralized: this is...
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Italy: Casalasco (Società Agricola) acquires 73.8% of Emiliana Conserve

 The Antitrust Authority has given the green light to the acquisition of Emiliana Conserve by Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro. To be more...
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Good agricultural practices: the farms of Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro obtain G.R.A.S.P certification

 The additional module of the GLOBALG.A.P. Standard concerns the assessment of the social aspects associated with the activities of the...
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Italy: Casalasco accelerates on sustainability

Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro accelerates on environmental and economic sustainability thanks to the Diverfarming project. The results of the...
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Italy: Excellent processing season for Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro

Last Sunday (3 October - Ed.) saw the end of the 2021 harvesting campaign for industrial tomatoes of Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro, boasting...
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Casalasco (Pomì) protagonist at Cibus 2021

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Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro and QuattroR join forces

A strategic project in a core sector of the Italian economy following a 100 million Euros investment to support the development plan of Casalasco....
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TOP50 tomato processing companies worldwide in 2020

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Italy: Casalasco invests in the future

The Casalasco del Pomodoro Consortium (Pomì), in which the Simest company (CDP Group) is a shareholder, was granted a loan of EUR 160...
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Casalasco, Agriculture 4.0: zero-residue tomatoes production and processing

After two years of studies and tests, Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro has produced and processed zero-residue tomatoes during tomato crop 2019,...
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Italy: Casalasco experiments with organic control techniques against red spider mites

On 12 June, agronomists from the Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro, assisted by the Bioplanet company (Cesena, FC), which breeds insects and mites...
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Organic tomato processing in Italy

In Italy, according to ANICAV data, more than 30 companies in the South Central region of the country are operating in the organic tomato...
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Casalasco strengthens its presence on the US market

De Rica brand, already on sale in Europe and Asia, is launched in the US Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro announced on 11 January that De Rica,...
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Consorzio Casalasco increases his presence in the French market

Majority shares of SAC S.p.a. have been acquired. Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro and SAC S.p.a. announced to have successfully concluded the...
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Consorzio Casalasco and Filiera Agricola Italiana join forces...

…to create the new brand FDAI (Firmato dagli Agricoltori Italiani) (signed by Italian farmers) Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro, first...
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Pomi: a digital platform for international trade

At the end of May, Pomì, the flagship brand of the Casalasco Tomato Consortium, presented its new digital multilingual platform allowing a...
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Northern Italy: organic crops continue to increase in volume

The industry is instituting more quality checks in order to protect consumers The production of organic processing tomatoes has increased in...
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Agronomy: Franco-Italian partnership

An important agreement between companies in Italy and France was signed at the beginning of the year with a view to improving Italian productivity...
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The world\'s TOP40 biggest processing companies

WARNING: This article is more than 3 years old and not current.  More recent information was published here  In 2017/2018, the...
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