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Végola launches its brand for pickles and canned salads

Végola has launched its brand for the pickles and canned salads categories in line with the healthy and sustainable product trends currently sought by consumers.It offers two product lines: Farmers 1950, which represents the most traditional pickles and Sustainable Agriculture, with "fresh and innovative" recipes.

As this firm explains, the brand is divided into two product lines. On the one hand, Agricultores 1950, which represents the most traditional pickles, such as gherkins, onions or chillies in vinegar, with an "attractive image", as well as new and careful recipes.

And, secondly, the Sustainable Agriculture line, with "fresh and innovative" recipes, such as sweet and sour pickles, curry, honey and spicy, 'chips' and gherkin slices to accompany or mini corncobs.

All these products have been manufactured with fresh produce recently picked in the field and developed based on the commitment reflected in the brand's sustainability decalogue.

Végola's products have a useful life of three years, are pasteurized, and their packaging is completely recyclable.

Végola has been developing all its activities for more than 50 years under the 'Beyond Food' philosophy, which defends sustainable agriculture, the economic development of rural areas, the digitization of the primary sector and healthy eating.

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