From a successful idea, from Italy to the world, 560 farms united to offer the market not only the fruit of their cultivation, but the processed and ready-to-use product.
Time has translated into passion and experience: these are the elements that have helped us to become the first Italian group for the production and processing of tomatoes.
Casalasco grows in turnover values, volumes of finished product, amplitude of products and services offered to the market and, for this reason, the level of awareness of our work towards all stakeholders must increase.
Il tempo si è tradotto in passione ed esperienza: questi gli elementi che ci hanno aiutato a diventare il primo gruppo italiano per la produzione e la trasformazione del pomodoro.
BORN IN 1977 IN
THE PROVINCE OF CREMONA
MORE THAN 560.000 TONS OF FRESH TOMATO PROCESSED
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Cooperative’s plants, supply chain
and product traceability are certified
to the higher international standards.
Event / News
Sustainability Report 2021 of Consorzio Casalasco
Increased employment, energy efficiency, waste reduction and more innovation are some of the indices highlighted in the document just published.
Casalasco acquires 73.8% of Emiliana Conserve and consolidates its leadership in the sector
Leading company in Italy for the processing of industrial tomatoes enters the world Top 10 company in this field.
Casalasco launches the partnership with the historic Australian Rosella brand
Casalasco is pleased to announce its partnership with Rosella, historic Australian brand.
Good agricultural practices: the farms of Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro obtain G.R.A.S.P certification
The additional module of the GLOBALG.A.P. Standard concerns the assessment of the social aspects associated with the activities of the workers in the industry.
Consorzio Casalasco del Pomodoro accelerates on environmental and economic sustainability thanks to the Diverfarming project
The results of the Italian project experimentation have highlighted how business profitability and environmental sustainability can coexist