Our artichokes

Production areas

Originally from North Africa, its cultivation spread during the Middle Ages to the rest of the Mediterranean countries, and later to the rest of the world. Spain, Italy and Egypt are the main producers worldwide.

Its best season

The artichoke is typical of winter. Harvesting begins in September, until the first frosts in December, and in spring until May, which is when the artichoke harvest ends in the Mediterranean area.


We have a total of 60 hectares of land dedicated to the cultivation of this vegetable. We are extremely demanding of ourselves, which is why we strive to obtain the juiciest and tastiest artichokes.

Excellent diuretic

Artichoke is very useful for promoting urine output and relieving urinary disorders such as bladder and urethral infection, kidney stones, excess uric acid and urea or oedema.

Rich in minerals and vitamins

The artichoke is particularly rich in phosphorus, potassium, iron, magnesium and sodium. It is also abundant in vitamins A, C, E, K and group B.

Digestive and depurative

Like all bitter-tasting vegetables, artichoke aids digestion and is the richest vegetable in fibre, which helps to regulate intestinal transit, cholesterol and blood sugar levels.


So are our vegetables


Our varieties


This artichoke has an elongated oval shape and is very compact, with very tight green scales. Its production is higher during the spring in cold areas.


Less frequent in Spanish supermarkets, its national production is mostly exported. They have short fruit, but a good size and conical shape, and are characterised by the violet shade that covers their leaves.


Like the violet variety of artichoke, the Macau variety is mostly used for export, is green, has a spherical head and grows later.


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