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Guaranteed pesticide-free with zero residue

Prince de Bretagne launches new range of tomatoes

Prince de Bretagne tomato producers have launched a new range of tomatoes marketed under a new label: "100% Nature & Saveurs". 

With this product, the growers hold to two commitments: First, the tomatoes are guaranteed to be grown without pesticides. The producers use only organic – non-synthetic – plant protection agents during the growing phase.


Tomato label 100% Nature & Saveurs 

Second, the tomatoes are guaranteed to have zero residue. This means no quantifiable synthetic molecule residues above the quantification limit of 0.01 mg/kg, no contaminants and no risk of banned residues. 

The tomatoes are tested for more than 240 active substances. A full range of 100% Nature & Saveurs tomatoes is currently on the market, including on-the-vine tomatoes (in 1 kg trays and 10 kg extra trays), round tomatoes (in 1 kg trays) and cocktail tomatoes.


For more information:
Marine Bougeard
Prince De Bretagne
Hall 22, Booth E-02 
Tel: +33 2 9869 3891 

Publication date: 1/18/2018

 


 

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