Cherries

Variety:

  • Biggareau Burlat
  • Techlovan
  • Valerii Cicalov
  • Korda
  • Queen
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Trading period:

  • May
  • June
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Annual production volume:

100 tones

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THE MISSING FRUIT ON THE HOLIDAY TABLES

Sweet, fragrant and rich in color shades, cherries are becoming increasingly popular for consumers around the world. We currently produce 5 varieties of cherries on an area of 6 hectares.

Annually, we produce and export about 100 tons.

Biggareau Burlat

Harvesting period: End of May
Trading period: May - June
Description:

The fruit is 6-7 gr, large, dark red, spherical in shape, with a stony pulp and a sweet sour taste. The stone is medium in size and non-adherent to the pulp.

Techlovan

Harvesting period:  June

Trading period: June

Description:

Techlovan cherry fruits are heart-shaped, dark red, with an average weight of 8-12 gr, some with a diameter of up to 30 mm, dense. The flesh is dense, crunchy, very tasty.

Valerii Cicalov

Harvesting period: June

Trading period: June

Description:

Variety of medium vigor, of Ukrainian origin, resistant to frost, diseases and pests. It is the variety with the largest fruit of all the early varieties. The fruits are juicy, with a special taste, sweet and aromatic, sith intense red color. It is certainly the most suitable variety for those eager to eat the first cherries.

Korda

Harvesting period: June

Trading period: June

Description:

Very popular in Europe, Kordia is a variety of cherry of Czech origin. Kordia surprises with its bright fruits of an intense burgundy color. The fruits have a firm, juicy pulp, with a sweet taste and a delightful flavor. Kordia has a storage capacity and the fruits are resistant to transportation.

Queen

Harvesting period: June

Trading period: June

Description:

The fruits are dark red, spherical in shape, the flesh is thick and juicy, not adhering to the stone. They have a discreet aroma and a sweet taste. The ripening period is late. Regina cherries are some of the easiest to transport.

Organizational calendar

Variety Jan February Apple April May Jun Jul August September October Nov December
Biggareau Burlat
Techlovan
Valerii Cicalov
Korda
Queen

Certification

Packing

The sorted cherris 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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