At the beginning of last centyry the activity of the first generazion of the dealers of the company family consisted in the withdrawal of the almonds from the farmers with the exclusive aid of horse-drawn carriages and in the shelling "by hand " of the fruits finalized for the local resale.
In the 1940' the second genaration revoluzionized the historical local tradition by inventing the first shelling machine and histalled a primordial blanching linr of almonds exploited mainly for third parties The third generation in the wake of enthusiasm and yìthe acclaim reached in the market continued in the field of innovation and development up to reach a production capability of wholoe blanched almonds af 20 tons per day.
the blanching process also for third parties, is the primary company activity and consists in the removal of the teguament (peel or skin) of shelled almonds and apricot kerels through the following steps:
soaking in bolling water
immediate passage through rubber rollers
prompt drying in a hot oven , subsequent passage through a cooling tunnel to restore the original temperature and humidity, elimination of any impurities