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Conventional, controlled, and organic dried products made from apples, yellow fruits, wild fruits, and vegetables. Osmotised and dehydrated fruit and vegetables. Red apple and wild fruit products, picked and prepared in the Verona apple orchards and in a protected ecological area in Poland, in harmony with nature.
Deep-frozen whole fruit, diced or frozen pureed fruit. Of special interest are the infused products that are subsequently frozen, known as “frozen infused”. Strawberries, wild fruits, cherries, and apples are deep-frozen using the IQF method to maintain maximum natural product quality and reduce wastage during storage.
Purees in aseptic packaging
These purees are made from fresh or frozen fruit, and are available in aseptic bags of 20 and 200 kg in cartons and drums (cylindrical or conical.) Capuzzo, with its state-of-the-art puree lines and concentration plants, produces purees in single strength or concentrate (up to 30 Brix) at varying degrees of refinement. The highest volume products are organic purees.
Who we are
The Gruppo ClubFruit was founded in 2019 from a merger of two companies already well established on the market: Frubella Processing Sp.Zo.o., founded in 2003, and the historically important Società Capuzzo, established in the 1970s. In addition to their shared excellence, know-how, technological capacity, and business skills, the two enterprises immediately found that they shared a common mission, which became the heritage of the new Gruppo ClubFruit.
This was a dedication to processing extremely high quality raw materials, maintaining their intrinsic properties and transforming them into organic products that satisfy multiple demands. As a result the dietary applications of our fruit products are numerous, ranging from the food industry to direct consumption.
Sustainability and environmental care
We process raw materials locally. We have a strong commitment to the environments surrounding the fruit orchards, where our production sites are also located.
By keeping the storage and processing sites very close to the harvesting areas, we reduce the length of the production chain and consequently minimise pollution from transport. This care extends right through the production cycle: for example, only methane gas is used to produce the steam for fruit drying, and all the vegetable waste is transformed into agricultural compost.