New marmande tomato variety for the Spanish market
Mar. 27, 2017
"At this point, we know that those 12 hectares planted have not been enough, because the demand is much greater than the supply," states Ruiz. The results achieved by "Unico" tomatoes have been very good, although not all countries have been equally open to this new product. "Markets like Spain or Italy are more accustomed to this kind of tomato with this specific appearance;" however, for consumers in countries like Germany, France or the UK it is a bit strange, "although when they taste it, they like it," affirms Ruiz.
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