Invernada, in representation of the Chilean walnut industry received the visit of Maria Eliana Undurraga, ministry of Agriculture of Chile. Together with her was Nuri Gras Rebolledo, Director of ACHIPIA, Chilean agency for quality and food safety. It is always an honor to represent Chilenut, the association of Chilean walnut growers and exporters, showing how
After a very difficult 2020 season, this year the trend is positive and showing good demand coming from most markets. Commitments declared, seems to be much higher that previous year, what is reflecting the good mood in most markets and the confidence in a recovery.Chilean walnut quality looks much better than last season and so
Invernada has gotten the certification IFS Food as “High Level” for the third year in a row. We are proud of our team that has been doing a great job and effort to keep the highest standards on food safety and quality together with an strong policy of continuous improvement.
Check out our hand cracking operation and supply cold chain in order to deliver the best and safest hand cracked walnuts. Because food safety and quality matters, prefer Perfect walnuts, traceable from origin to your table.
This year Invernada will be participating in Gulfood, Dubai, from Feb 16th to Feb 20th, as part of INC pavilion located in ZA’ABEEL Hall 2, Booth E57. We look forward to seeing you there.
We received the visit of Mr Allan Fulton to talk about irrigation under water scarcity. Together with a group of more than 50 growers Allan gave us tips of the best irrigation practices according to his experience and studies conducted by the California University.
Invernada´s new facilities and processes has been certified under the international food standard – ISF – with the “Highest level” for second time in a row. We are proud of this achievement and congratulate our team for such amazing result, totally in line with our corporate values that single us out.
Ethephon is a plant growth regulator that acts by releasing ethylene in the plant tissues soon after its application. Ethylene, a naturally occurring plant hormone, induces and regulates certain plant processes, such as ripening, coloring and senescence.
Studies show that pesticide lost due to improper applications may exceed 57%; only 43% of the pesticide arrives at its intended destination; and the rest is lost. According to estimations, out of these losses 38% is lost by drift and 19% remains on the ground.