placed in a cold room ready to be
transported to the world via
maritime or air.
placed in padded boxes, and
then transferred to the plant to
prevent abuse and weighing.
one night. Each flower is pollinated by hand
30 days later after harvest comes.
by quality, weight, and measure. They are
separated based on those characteristics.
The export product is then separated starting
the traceability of the process (check the
chapel video has a special color), goes through
the process of being washed individually,
and then is placed in a sanitized sanitary.
Always keeping the fruit of the same batch in the
pressure tunnels that dry the fruit so
they can be packed. They are coded
according to size and characteristics.
in which it was packed, the
day, and the code according
to USDA standards.