Tozer Iberian commitment to the search for new varieties of seeds
Feb. 18, 2020
'Stand' of Tozer in Fruit Logistica. LM / EFQ
A family business based in the United Kingdom and offices in Spain, the US and Australia, Tozer Iberian has become an international reference with a global customer base that provides horticultural seeds to producers around the world. The firm has a wide range of products ranging from the particular and unique Buttonhole Kale or Kalettes (both varieties of kale) to international market leaders, such as the Javelin parsnip or its famous celery Monterey and Loretta. In Spain, its star products in the market are still celery, squash, arugula and parsnips. «For us the production of vegetable seeds and the development of new and innovative varieties is a challenging and rewarding business.
Symbol of this continuous innovation is the presentation of new products such as Chilli Armagedon F1 pepper, "which is currently the hottest on the market." He has also opted for a new variety of Galia melon, Suzan, which has just launched and which highlights its high productivity and excellent taste, aroma and sugar content. A new variety of arugula has been added to this catalog, which is tolerant of 'mildew' and has an excellent serrated blade, and a new format of parsnip under the name of Warrior. "During this year we will continue working with trials to continue the wake followed during these last times, when the development of new varieties has been our goal," they say.
To show the sector that continuous development and present its new lines of work to its clients, the firm has been present for another year at Fruit Logistica, a fair of which they make a positive balance. «This meeting of the whole sector always gives us the possibility to meet our clients, both international and national, and plan new businesses. It is a must date ».
Editor's note: This article was originally published in Spanish. This English summary has been prepared with Google Translate and edited for clarity.
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