Hm. Clause ibérica, on its 50th anniversary, makes an impression at Fruit Attraction with Dolcetini

HM. Clause Ibérica has joined this sixth edition of Fruit Attraction in order to bring new value to the agrifood sector.

The star of the fair has been Dolcetini, the new tasty cherry tomato from HM.Clause.

Dolcetini presents an attractive deep-red color, which caught the eyes of all visitors to the Pasarela Innova and in the stand of HM. Clause ibérica, where one could taste first hand its qualities and confirm the excellent flavor, consistency and uniformity of this tomato, keys to its success.

Dolcetini offers a balanced plant adapted to long production cycles, with high yield in double and triple clusters with uniform fruit and intermediate resistance to TYLCV.

Also, HM. Clause ibérica has offered a glimpse of two new blocky peppers for Almería, a yellow (CLX PBYE006) and a red (CLX PBSC016) both "G" in size for main season plantings. With these additions, the product range is complete in blocky red (Azahar, Anabel, & Araceli) and in blocky yellow (Aristeo), all varieties with outstanding fruit quality for export.

Additionally, one could taste two varieties of LSL Charentais Melon (Karman and Soliman), references in the market.

HM.Clause ibérica has positioned itself in Fruit Attraction, without a doubt, as the seed company with the most professional product range.

HM. Clause ibérica has operated in the Spanish market since 1965 and will celebrate its 50th anniversary from January 2015.

The company has activities in Almería (headquarters and research center), Murcia (research center) and Málaga (production center).

With 82 employees, HM. Clause ibérica is the 4th company in the Spanish market, as a leader in cherry tomato, RAF tomato, squash, melon, cauliflower, celery, as well as one of the major players in other segments of pepper and tomato.

For more information
HM. Clause
Véronique Lafanechere, External Communication
T: +33(0)4 26 52 3 1 70
Ml: +33(0)642 210 472

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