The need to find the best solutions for the preservation of agri-food products, in a panorama of sustainability for the environment and safety for the consumer, sees today the Castaldo group engaged in the promotion and distribution of products among the most innovative of the sector, many of them with very low environmental impact and zero waste, all deriving from research and testing of world-leading companies in the sector of which it is a partner.
Complete lines for the processing of agricultural products and patented devices for the distribution of products used in post-harvest, broaden the technological range of the Castaldo group.
Automatic continuous lines, automatic and manual devices for labelling are the current offer of the Castaldo group for the labelling sector. The range is completed with the possibility to perform the graphic study and production of labels.
Chemicals and natural additives for production processes
For many years the Castaldo group has been distributing additives for the conditioning of pH, microbial flora and the reduction of oxidative processes that occur in the production processes of the transformation of agricultural products.
The collaboration with primary companies specialized in primary and process water treatment completes the Castaldo group’s range of products for the agro-industrial sector.
Supply chain Research
The know-how accumulated by the Castaldo group team within the agri-food sector also through active collaboration with various research institutes, observatories and control bodies makes it possible to offer consultancy services concerning the identification and delineation of the technical itinerary for the production of quality products and the identification of the traceable elements of the supply chain.
Production of quality Marks
The research and realization of production specifications and assistance on the achievement of Quality Marks complete the consultancy in the agri-food sector.
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