MEET OUR FARMERS: POMÌ TAKES CARE OF THOSE WHO TAKE CARE OF TOMATOES
At Pomì we are aware of the value of the work done those who grow them: our farmers.
What determines the true value of a product? Raw materials undoubtedly play a crucial role. But there's no ignoring those who take care of raw materials and transform them into a product, passing on intrinsic qualities to those who buy it.
At Pomì we know the land and tomatoes inside out, the raw material which all our products are made of. But we are also aware of the value of the work done by those who grow them: our farmers.
From the moment of planting in the fields, they dedicate themselves to their tomatoes so that they grow naturally healthy and good, until they are harvested and taken to processing facilities.
The fields are a heritage thanks to the efforts of the Consortium's beating heart. The farms, and so much more: the people, the families who every single day interact with the rhythms of the land, continuing an extraordinary and long tradition of cultivation.
This is why Pomì is committed to the well-being of its producers, promoting a model of ethical and responsible business for the land and those who take care of it. In full respect of work, Pomì focuses on everyone working along the supply chain, a heritage of human resources, starting right here in the fields.
Because Pomì is so much more than just a company,
Pomì is so much more than just a brand,
Pomì is so much more than just a tomato.
Above all, Pomì is a group of people who turn tomato into a superior quality product.
ALSO IN FOOD TRENDS
This concept embraces the values of the short and clean Pomì supply chain, inspired by the zero kilometer principle: this is why tomatoes grown close to home are the primary ingredient of all our products.
Summer is when the lands of the Consortium provide us with their finest fruit; at Pomì we prepare to celebrate it by harvesting and processing, bringing tomato to the table in all its facets: the softness of puree, the veracity of pulp and the freshness of diced tomatoes...
Food production is one of the main causes of climate change: according to FAO data, 54% of waste occurs upstream, during the production, collection and processing of food.