Company’s SunSeal Vegan and PlantSeal coatings and CitroFy system were the stars of the show

Valencia-based Citrosol saw a high level of interest for its range of post-harvest solutions at last week’s Fruit Logistica. Customers and visitors from all over the world visited the company’s stand – including the president of the government of Valencia, Carlos Mazón.


“The products that were most popular—and that always stand out—are those related to citrus fruits, which are our strength, both waxes and fungicides,” the company said. “In fact, this year the vegan waxes, SunSeal Vegan and PlantSeal, generated a lot of interest due to their V-Label certification and their ability to improve the protection and extend the shelf-life of fruits and vegetables in an ecological and vegan way.”

Visitors to the stand also had the opportunity to see a live demo of Citrosol’s CitroFy system. CitroFy is a platform that allows the user to connect to Citrosol’s application systems in real time and the control their parameters.

It monitors the consumption of fungicides, coatings and water, from when the product enters the plant to when it leaves, allowing companies to record the information and generate customised reports, guaranteeing complete traceability of all processes.

“By country, the most visitors came from Egypt and Morocco, followed by Greece, Turkey and Pakistan. From South America we had visitors from Peru, Uruguay and Colombia and, in addition, some from China,” the company said.

Founded in 1994, Citrosol offers a suite of solutions to extend the commercial life of avocados, peppers, tomatoes, peeled garlic and other fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh-cut products.

The company employs more than 100 people and has subsidiaries in South Africa and Peru.