Hebofrut, a company based in Lana, South Tyrol specialises in the sale of high-quality fruit and vegetables with a particular focus on apples from South Tyrol

Efficient transport logistics

The high quality of the South Tyrolean harvests and optimised transport times ensure the incomparable “Hebofrut freshness” of our fruit.

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Our company philosophy

Quality - price - punctuality

HEBOFRUT is a long-standing, competent partner for the delivery and sale of premium South Tyrolean apples and high-quality fruits and vegetables. more….

South Tyrolean quality

Together, company founder Hermann Egger, his son Armin and a team of qualified employees provide premium quality at competitive prices.
To ensure maximum freshness, we have developed highly efficient logistics.

As a modern service provider, we are of course always ready to respond to the needs of our customers, which is why our company philosophy is “Quality – price – punctuality”.

The high quality of the South Tyrolean harvests and optimised transport times ensure the incomparable “Hebofrut freshness” of our fruit.
You will find an overview of our apple varieties below. Naturally, we offer also these varieties as organic produce.

We also stock other – conventional and organic (ABCERT: IT BIO 013) – produce.
These fruit and vegetables are of the same high quality as our apples.

We offer fresh-tasting, unblemished plums, pears, berries and different kinds of VEGETABLES, such as Radicchio Trevisano, cauliflower, etc.

With our delicious products, we want to pass on to our customers the energy of the South Tyrolean sun and the quality of the unspoilt natural surroundings in the full flavour of our fruit and vegetables.

South Tyrolean produce

South Tyrol is a very fertile region with an excellent climate for the production of premium-quality apples. This German-speaking area in the north of Italy is located in the heart of the Alps. The region has sufficient rainfall and water as well as around 300 days of sunshine with the right temperature difference between day and night, which leads to high sugar production in the apples. At between 220 m and 1100 m above sea level, it is a true paradise for cultivating apples.

The average size of a fruit farm in South Tyrol is approximately 2 hectares, which means that every farmer knows every tree and works with great care, passion and the necessary respect for the environment. This is a prerequisite for the production of exceptionally high-quality produce.
Maximum traceability is guaranteed (traceability from the apple to the production field).

Compliance with maximum hygiene levels and the applicable rules on food safety at every stage of production has become standard.

more…

Certificates

  • Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) – from the EU Commission since January 2006
  • integrated fruit – AGRIOS
  • Global GAP
  • BRC – British Retail Consortium
  • IFS – International Food Standard
  • ISO 9001:2000 – Quality standard
  • ISO 14000:2044 – Environmental standard
  • BIO – Biological production

more

Always up-to-date

Apples from South Tyrol - always a pleasure

Gala

Pinova

Jonagold

Cattura

Fuji

Golden

Red Delicious

Tradition in apple production

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Apples are 85% water, which means they are thirst-quenching. They have hardly any fat and contain many valuable nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals and secondary plant compounds.

Their vitamin C content is particularly noteworthy. With an average of 12 mg per 100 g, it covers 15% of the daily requirement. The vitamin C content varies depending on variety, maturity, harvest time and storage.

100 g apples provide 53 kilocalories. This valuable energy comes mainly from fructose, which is very easily digested. Fructose is transported via the blood directly to the muscles, where it is immediately converted into energy.

Apple of the month.......

Golden Delicious_mL_300

The Golden Delicious is an elongated, medium-large apple. It can be green-yellow to golden in colour. Apples from hilly areas are characterised by their typical red blush. It has a delicate fruit acidity and a sweet flavour.

Latest news

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South Tyrol is a very fertile region with an excellent climate for the production of premium-quality apples. This German-speaking area in the north of Italy is located in the heart of the Alps. The region has sufficient rainfall and water as well as around 300 days of sunshine with the right temperature difference between day and night, which leads to high sugar production in the apples. At between 220 m and 1100 m above sea level, it is a true paradise for cultivating apples.

The average size of a fruit farm in South Tyrol is approximately 2 hectares, which means that every farmer knows every tree and works with great care, passion and the necessary respect for the environment. This is a prerequisite for the production of exceptionally high-quality produce.

Our partners

Hebofrut, a company based in Lana, South Tyrol specialises in the sale of high-quality fruit and vegetables with a particular focus on apples from South Tyrol

Efficient transport logistics

The high quality of the South Tyrolean harvests and optimised transport times ensure the incomparable “Hebofrut freshness” of our fruit.

logistik 1

Our company philosophy

Quality - price - punctuality

HEBOFRUT is a long-standing, competent partner for the delivery and sale of premium South Tyrolean apples and high-quality fruits and vegetables. more….

South Tyrolean quality

Together, company founder Hermann Egger, his son Armin and a team of qualified employees provide premium quality at competitive prices.
To ensure maximum freshness, we have developed highly efficient logistics.

As a modern service provider, we are of course always ready to respond to the needs of our customers, which is why our company philosophy is “Quality – price – punctuality”.

The high quality of the South Tyrolean harvests and optimised transport times ensure the incomparable “Hebofrut freshness” of our fruit.
You will find an overview of our apple varieties below. Naturally, we offer also these varieties as organic produce.

We also stock other – conventional and organic (ABCERT: IT BIO 013) – produce.
These fruit and vegetables are of the same high quality as our apples.

We offer fresh-tasting, unblemished plums, pears, berries and different kinds of VEGETABLES, such as Radicchio Trevisano, cauliflower, etc.

With our delicious products, we want to pass on to our customers the energy of the South Tyrolean sun and the quality of the unspoilt natural surroundings in the full flavour of our fruit and vegetables.

South Tyrolean produce

South Tyrol is a very fertile region with an excellent climate for the production of premium-quality apples. This German-speaking area in the north of Italy is located in the heart of the Alps. The region has sufficient rainfall and water as well as around 300 days of sunshine with the right temperature difference between day and night, which leads to high sugar production in the apples. At between 220 m and 1100 m above sea level, it is a true paradise for cultivating apples.

The average size of a fruit farm in South Tyrol is approximately 2 hectares, which means that every farmer knows every tree and works with great care, passion and the necessary respect for the environment. This is a prerequisite for the production of exceptionally high-quality produce.
Maximum traceability is guaranteed (traceability from the apple to the production field).

Compliance with maximum hygiene levels and the applicable rules on food safety at every stage of production has become standard.

more…

Certificates

  • Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) – from the EU Commission since January 2006
  • integrated fruit – AGRIOS
  • Global GAP
  • BRC – British Retail Consortium
  • IFS – International Food Standard
  • ISO 9001:2000 – Quality standard
  • ISO 14000:2044 – Environmental standard
  • BIO – Biological production

more

Always up-to-date

Apples from South Tyrol - always a pleasure

Gala

Pinova

Jonagold

Cattura

Fuji

Golden

Red Delicious

Tradition in apple production

eos02648frbl

Apples are 85% water, which means they are thirst-quenching. They have hardly any fat and contain many valuable nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals and secondary plant compounds.

Their vitamin C content is particularly noteworthy. With an average of 12 mg per 100 g, it covers 15% of the daily requirement. The vitamin C content varies depending on variety, maturity, harvest time and storage.

100 g apples provide 53 kilocalories. This valuable energy comes mainly from fructose, which is very easily digested. Fructose is transported via the blood directly to the muscles, where it is immediately converted into energy.

Apple of the month.......

Golden Delicious_mL_300

The Golden Delicious is an elongated, medium-large apple. It can be green-yellow to golden in colour. Apples from hilly areas are characterised by their typical red blush. It has a delicate fruit acidity and a sweet flavour.

Latest news

_ND41769-3

South Tyrol is a very fertile region with an excellent climate for the production of premium-quality apples. This German-speaking area in the north of Italy is located in the heart of the Alps. The region has sufficient rainfall and water as well as around 300 days of sunshine with the right temperature difference between day and night, which leads to high sugar production in the apples. At between 220 m and 1100 m above sea level, it is a true paradise for cultivating apples.

The average size of a fruit farm in South Tyrol is approximately 2 hectares, which means that every farmer knows every tree and works with great care, passion and the necessary respect for the environment. This is a prerequisite for the production of exceptionally high-quality produce.

Our partners