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Fet a Sóller Food - Good means of life
The natural, agricultural raw materials of Majorca are tasty, nutritious and full of sunshine. The oranges of the Sóller Valley are especially attractive and popular not only for tourists. The hills are covered in colourful orange swathes and fresh orange juice is available in every bar.
Gnarled olive trees line the countless hiking trails in the quiet hilly countryside around Sóller. From their small fruits we produce the highest quality golden olive oil. And last but not least, the almonds with their enchanting flowering at the end of winter.
In addition to citrus fruits there are olives and almonds. In fact all Mediterranean vegetables and fruits are grow in Mallorca. For example tomatoes in numerous varieties - including the Ramallet tomato, an integral part of the island’s famous dish, Pa amb Oli. Sun-dried versions of tomato are also becoming popular. Small particularly aromatic apricots and sweet, violet figs can be enjoyed in season. All these fragrant fruits and vegetables are burst-ing with flavour because of the Mediterranean climate: lots of sun, mild temperatures and plenty of rain in winter. It blooms and thrives in Mallorca throughout the year.
Olive oil hot or sweet and sour
New from Fet a Sóller
Fet a Sóller as a brand creates sustainable and tasty food made from the island’s best fruits and vege-tables. It’s a way of life. In our food preparation areas we dry, grind, blend, stir and, of course, taste a lot.
All our ingredients come from Mallorcan or Menorcan farmers only. Most of our ingredients come from organic farming, but there are still not enough organic farmers in Mallorca to fulfil our demands. So we have relationships with Sóller farmers and together we are committed to natural cultivation. Quality control checks are being done at all time.
We refrain from chemical preservation. Instead we mostly use natural preservatives such as lemon and oil and we prefer the taste of nature.
Our imaginative chefs dry fruits or sprinkle fruits into jams and fruity balsamic vinegar. Or combine extra virgin olive oil with spicy peppers to create a culinary delight. Tomatoes are gently dried, blended with grounded almonds and oil to make a vegan, savoury spread or dip. Garlic, along with our pre-cious olive oil, becomes a popular aioli cream.