Apricots

Variety:

  • Kyoto
  • Nadejda
  • Krasnosciokii
  • Faralia
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Trading period:

  • July
  • August
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Annual production volume:

400 tons

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MANY VITAMINS AND MINERALS

Apricot production is a sector that is experiencing a dizzying development in recent years in Moldova. The demand for apricots on the international market is growing, so during last years we have invested in the production of apricots.

Currently, we have an apricot orchard that occupies an area of 28 hectares. The annual production and export volume is 400 tons.

We grow 4 varieties of apricots.

Kyoto

Harvesting period: July
Trading period: July
Description:

It is a French apricot variety with round fruits, medium to large in size. The basic color of the skin is intense orange, 65-75% covered with red. The color of the fruit is bright and very attractive. The flesh is strong, orange, juicy, sweet-sour, with a pleasant taste. Kyoto is a kind of semi-early apricot that is harvested in the middle of the first decade of July. Kyoto apricots are resistant to transportation and handling.

Nadejda

Harvesting period:  July

Trading period: July

Description:

The fruits are large, weighing 60 g, ovoidal in shape. The skin is yellow, with a red to pink spot, slightly pubescent. The tip is rounded. The pulp is yellow, dense, juicy, slightly aromatic. The taste is good.

Krasnosciokii

Harvesting period: July

Trading period: July

Description:

The fruits are round or oval (sometimes heart-shaped) and are medium in size. The fruit has a bright yellow-orange color with a red spot. This feature served as the basis for the variety name. The flesh is light, sweet (with a pleasant sour shade), juicy and tender.

Faralia

Harvesting period: End of July

Trading period: July August

Description:

It is part of the Carmingo series of late ripening apricot varieties. The fruit is large, ovoid-elongated (triangular), flattened laterally. Hard, dark orange skin. The pulp is orange, consistent, sweet-sour, with a balanced taste and a well-pronounced aroma. It has a late maturation period. The firm pulp allows a longer storage period of the fruit.

Organizational calendar

Variety Jan February Apple April May Jun Jul August September October Nov December
Kyoto
Nadejda
Krasnosciokii
Faralia

Certification

Packing

The sorted apricots are packed in cardboard boxes, in wooden crates or in flow pack casseroles, depending on customer demand. The process is a continuous one and involves the purchase of packaging, corners, pallets, palletizing cloth and clamps.

Boxes or crates are stored on pallets, which are loaded into refrigerated trucks for export.

Wooden crates: 30 cm x 40 cm, 30 cm x 50 cm

Cardboard boxes: 30 cm x 40 cm, 30 cm x 50 cm, 40 cm x 60 cm

Flow pack casserole: 19.50 cm x 11.30 cm

Flow-pack 1 kg / 10 p.

Flow pack casserole: 19.50 cm x 11.30 cm

Private label

Flow-pack 1 kg / 10 p.

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