Monday 10th June last shipment of the orange season!

Small growers, extraordinary flavours

Organic fruit, from the grower to your home.

Quality organic fruits just at a click

From the tree to your home
Our growers pick the freshest fruit for you and send it directly to you.

Fair trade
When you buy our fruit, the biggest beneficiary is the grower. There are no more intermediaries.

We take care of the planet
Our boxes are made of recycled paper. No plastics are involved on the process.

Don’t miss out on your fruit!

We work with three small growers and fruit production is very limited. If you subscribe, we reserve your boxes of fruit in advance so that you don’t run out of them, and we also give you a small discount. You will receive your favourite fruit boxes every fortnight or every month during the season.

How it works

Click on the product you want to buy

Add your box or boxes to the shopping cart and pay with Credit Card, bank transfer or PayPal

Once the order is placed, you will receive a confirmation email

You can make you order up to Saturday at 12:00h

Growers will collect and send your fruit on Mondays

Circular and sustainable economy

By buying organic fruit online you help us support a fair agriculture in Europe.

Fruit travels from the growers to your house, with no more intermediaries than the delivery company.

Would you like to know how our fruit is produced? Come to visit one of our fincas in La Axarquía or in Córdoba.

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From the GROWER to your home

Meet our growers and their fincas

Miguel’s finca

This plantation is divided in different plots across Benamargosa, in La Axarquia.

It is a farm divided into several plots in Benamargosa, in the Axarquia region.

We inherited it from my grandfather and have a total area of about 2 hectares where we grow avocado, mango and lemon trees with a lot of passion.

Juan and Cesar’s finca

Our grandfather, “Ocaña”, planted and cared for part of our citrus plantation with the help of our grandmother Justa back in the 40s.

Many of these orange trees are more than 70 years old and belong to a local variety in danger of extinction.