More than 60 years of tradition, taking care of citrus fruits.
For more than 60 years the Castelló Naya family has been dedicated to oranges crop, evolving and adapting to XXI century, which allows us to have an important position within this sector.
Modern technology helps us increase production and efficiency to keep up with the XXI century.
We rely on a team of prepared and committed professionals, who are able to get the best performance from the available technology.
Our products meet all the required technical accreditation.
For more than 60 years the Castelló Naya family and oranges have been connected by taking advantage of opportunities offered by new technologies without forgetting the traditional methods of orange cultivation. At present the third generation is taking the
company to its highest levels. Adapted to XXI century, we strive every day to satisfy our customers complying with our commitments.
“La Safor” and “La Ribera” are two of the most important production areas in the Valencian Community, both are traditionally producing citrus for many years, and here is where we grow our produce as natural as possible, keeping all its flavours and properties.
All the technology in the world can’t do anything without the people that work to ensure that the fruit arrives in perfect condition to your table. From the orange groves to the packaging in the warehouse, our employes inspect all the fruit thoroughly and use all their knowledge and experience to achieve the best fruit.
Quality rules that we have, certify production and process too.
The main objective of this international rule is to guarantee food safety, quality standards and legal obligations required by customers.
This rule, founded by an European supermarkets group, certify production and handling process. The aim is to offer our citrus fruit suppliers good agricultural standard practices, emphasizing questions like food security and traceability.
It’s an international rule, accepted around Europe, to control handling process, pesticide residue and food defense.
It’s a local rule from Valencian government concerning environment protection and fighting methods of pest and diseases.
We have an automatic traceability system covering complete process, from harvest to deliver products to our customers. All to provide fresh and safe products and, of course, on time.
We control pest and diseases with less invasive methods that allows us to offer our customers good quality products.
In 2015 Fruxeresa implemented a plan to recover the heat from the air compressors.
This plan was carried out with the help of the IVACE (The valencian Institute of
Competitiveness Business) and within the energy saving and efficiency program in the Industry and co-financed with FEDER funds.
The aim of the plan is to recover some of the heat to reuse it in the drying tunnels with the result being a considerable amount of energy saved.
Fruxeresa works continuously in socially responsible ways. This is visible in our collaboration with Sedex, a non‐profit organization dedicated to promoting improvements in business practices regarding ethics and responsibility of their supply chains around the world. We have also Grasp certificate, which evaluates social practices in the field, addressing specific issues concerning health, safety and welfare of workers.
We have also implemented safety and health plans at work, allowing us to control workplace accidents. We have an internal hazards prevention committee and an external prevention service. Both control the rules compliance in our business in this area.