About Us

 

 

Cultipalta was founded in 2020 as a division of Cultivar, with the aim of gearing our know-how and technology to offer the best avocados and mangoes, with the perfect ripeness.

 
  Our team of professionals devotes all its experience and knowledge to selecting the best mangoes and avocados, the best varieties and origins, and then choosing the best fruit, ripening it and delivering it according to the requirements of each customer and always following the strictest quality assurance.  
  We feature the most cutting-edge technology:  ripening chambers that allow us to offer the product at its perfect ripeness point and the latest generation of classification technology with external and internal quality sensors that allow us to select the best fruit.  
  All our efforts are geared to selecting the best quality and best tasting fruit.  
 

We are backed by over 40 years of experience in the sale of avocados and mangoes.

 

Currently we sell more than 10.000 pallets of avocados and mangoes each year.

 

In 2020, we also began working with our partner Tropicsur, a producer and specialist in the marketing of avocados and mangoes from the best national producers.

 

Tropicsur receives produce from all parts of the peninsula, from Valencia to Portugal, taking in Malaga, Granada, Huelva and Cadiz, and then selects, packages and markets it.

 

The extensive knowledge that both companies have of fruit and its marketing allows us to offer our customers the best quality and service throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

            Varieties

Hass Fuerte Bacon Ettinger
Zutano Ryan Pinkerton Edranol

   

       

             Storage conservation

Optimum temperature: 5,5°C
 %R.H.: 90-95%

   

     

             Origins and calendar

       

 

             How do you know when it is ready to eat?

 

 

             Varieties

 

Keitt Kent Tommy Atkins Palmer Osteen Ataulfo
Irwin Maya Kasturi Shelly David Aya

       

 

             Storage conservation

Optimum temperature: 12°C
%R.H.: 85-90%

 

 

             Origins and calendar

     

 

             How do you know when it is ready to eat?

Do not be fooled by the colour of its peel, as there are varieties where green is predominant and others that can be completely yellow or orange even when they are not ripe. To detect the best moment to eat it, it is better to press lightly with your fingers and check that the pulp yields slightly.

 

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