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1 box contains 10kg of late oranges
Variety: Valencia Late
Medium orange between 150 and 200 g per unit
Intense orange color that may turn pale orange in the case of a very late harvest
Retains its acidity until the end of its ripening process
Harvesting from the beginning of April to the middle of June
By keeping your oranges in a dry and cool place you will be able to enjoy them for at least two weeks.
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I spent all my childhood in Les Lloses, I always enjoyed the contact with nature. When I had to decide what to study, I opted for economics, but when I started working I immediately realised that it wasn't what I wanted to do in life. I took various agricultural trainings and I began to collaborate with my father in the cultivation of the land on the farm. Little by little, I have changed the way I cultivate, leaving behind the intensive systems based on synthetic products and betting on processes that adapt to my objective of obtaining healthy fruit and improving the environment. This is something that, apart from motivating me enormously, inspires me because it reminds me of the way of farming that I knew as a child.
Les Lloses is located in the municipality of Sagunto, in the district of Gausa, which lies at the foot of the eastern end of the Sierra Calderona, when it reaches the Mediterranean Sea. To the west, it borders a small mountain known as the Muntanyeta de les Lloses. To the north, five kilometres away, the mountain of Sagunto, enclosed by the walls of its Roman castle. To the east, 6 km away, is the Marjal del Moro wetland, an ornithological reserve on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. This special enclave is not only a unique environment, but also provides a particularly favourable climate for the cultivation of citrus fruits and pomegranates.
The agricultural estate covers 31 hectares and is concentrated around its Masía (Mas les Lloses), a building more than 100 years old with a modernist touch. In les Lloses different varieties of oranges, clementines and pomegranates are cultivated, in a completely respectful manner with the environment, thanks to the use of organic fertilizers and the maximum use of useful fauna.