A few days ago we carried out the FSA audit, which verifies environmental, economic, social practices and the management of our farmers.✔️This year we have incorporated new grape suppliers to this sustainable scheme which allows us to produce more than 700 tonnes of sustainable grape juice concentrate.
On the 18th June we collaborated with the VII charity race for Afanion – Children with cancer. In which the students from CEIP “Paula Soler Sanchiz” of Quintanar del Rey participated. At JULIAN SOLER we completely support these charity initiatives. Social commitment has always been a fundamental aspect of our sense of responsibility as a company.
At JULIÁN SOLER S.A. we make sustainable use of water, recycling the plant water that we generate in the concentration process and returning its own water to the vine through irrigation. How do we do it? Grape water is obtained during the concentration of our grape must. This water contains minerals and vitamins typical from
Taking care of biodiversity means taking care of our birds. At this time of the year the most common species such as sparrows are in search of the ideal place to nest. Our commitment to biodiversity has led us to install nest houses in the pine forest adjacent to our factory, hence, helping the birds
Nowadays many factories claim to be eco-friendly. You might even say it seems like a new concept, however, for us it is not. At Julian Soler we have been using clean and renewable energy for over 20 years in our production process. We use biomass to fuel our boilers and we have a photovoltaic installation
It is a myth that sugars in grape juice are bad for children.One small glass of 100% grape juice contains 15 g of natural sugars, but also provides vitamins and minerals, making it a useful addition to the diet. The sugars in are naturally present in the fruit, not added sugars. 100% grape juice contains