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Patagonian Fruit

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Patagonian Fruit


Hi, I'm Hugo, apple grower in Argentina
Globally Responsible spacer Free from Pesticides and GMOs


Hi, I'm Hugo Sanchez and together with my son Nicolas I grow organic apples and pears for Nature & More in Argentina in the Rio Negro Valley.

The Rio Negro valley has always had an ideal climate for apple and pear production. The climate combined with fertile soil, a protective valley and the two rivers make it a perfect fruit growing region.  However, production only really expanded in 1922 when the railroad was constructed and markets could be reached.  Many of the original packing houses where build next to the railroad to ensure a smooth transition by train to the Buenos Aires port.

The farms of Patagonian Fruits actually comprise several orchards totalling about 600 ha located in the province Rio Negro at the northern edge of Patagonia in Argentina. Patagonia is a geographic region containing the southernmost portion of South America: mostly located in Argentina and partly in Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the word Patagon: a mythical race of tall people living on the coastline of Patagonia.

Most of the Patagonian orchards are between 20 and 30 ha in size and are separated from each other by a row of poplars that serve as windbreaks. The Patagonian farms are mostly family owned. Each farmer takes his own responsibility for the orchard, the fruits and the employees. Patagonian assists them with harvest equipment and logistics. Furthermore, to realize great tasting, beautiful fruit, the company sends quality managers to the orchards to assess and assist where necessary.  Some larger orchards are owned by myself, Hugo Sanchez,  aliong with Patagonian Fruits. These orchards are coordinated by myself and I live with my family at one of the farms.

The harvest season runs from January through to March and during this period we employ around 400 people at the Patagonian farms and in the packing stations. The permanent staff, about 100 employees, are people who live with their families on the farms or nearby in the village.

About the taste of Hugo's apples:

"Hi,I just discovered the small label on the side of an organic apple i was about to eat that i purchased from my local Tesco store. I think this is a great idea, connecting people and the growers. I have to say these apples are absolutely amazingly tasty, and being organic is always a good thing. Thanks, organic farming is the future."
Posted by DAVID from SCOTLAND at Jun 03, 2011 12:11 PM


Let us know what you think:
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Avatar Posted by Maria from Finland at Aug 15, 2017 02:16 PM
Thank you very much for growing organic apples! I bought these apples in Helsinki, FINLAND. Your apples taste very delicious. I always buy my apples organic.


Avatar Posted by Alexis at Aug 04, 2017 04:09 PM
Bio Apple that traveled thousands of miles!! Is the word "BIO" still applicable? "ECO" is not :-( When I think to my Belgian neighbors that struggle to sell their own local BIO apple production. Bitter taste Argentinian apples...


Avatar Posted by Adrian, Manchester, UK at Jul 25, 2017 05:24 PM
I enjoyed your apples here in rainy Manchester
It's very nice to know the background of the fruit
although I am a little perturbed about the distance they have travelled and the carbon footprint they have left behind
muchas gracias mi amigo

Thank you!

Avatar Posted by Ulrike from Sweden at Jul 24, 2017 02:56 PM
The little label on the apple makes all the difference. Thanks for letting me know how the juicy apple I am eating is grown and taken care of before I buy it in the store.

Delicious apples

Avatar Posted by Björn, Sweden at Jul 20, 2017 05:15 PM
Thanks, delicious apples.

Feel good to known, these are ecological produced apples.

Great that you supports the Mapuches and that I also DID it as a buyer of your fruits!

Happy heartly greetings from Sweden! / Björn

top notch

Avatar Posted by Oda, Oslo Norway at Jul 17, 2017 11:25 PM
Delicious pears!:)


Avatar Posted by Helena from Finland at Jul 17, 2017 08:43 AM
Thank you for very tasty apples, which I bought from the local S-market. Nice to learn about your farming.


Avatar Posted by Ursula, Sweden at Jul 12, 2017 01:37 PM
What a delicious pear I just had from my company´s fruit basket, my number 313! Very nice to be able to read about your farm. Thank you! //Ursula


Avatar Posted by Katja, Finland at Jul 07, 2017 09:15 AM

Thank you for great tasted apples! I'd like to know, how you manage to grow them organically and them still looking so "perfect"? Good farmer, please contact me at to tell about this secret.

Delicious apples

Avatar Posted by Lucie in London at Jul 04, 2017 11:19 PM
Hello Mr. Sanchez! I bought your apples from a local organic shop in London and they were delicious. I cannot eat non-organic apples because they cause the inside of my mouth to swell and itch. Your apples taste natural. Thank you for not spraying them with poisonous spray.

Delicious pears

Avatar Posted by Ruth from Norway at Jul 04, 2017 08:12 PM
Hello, your pears are so juicy and tastes so good! I always buy organic, and it is rare to find organic pears in our shops.
I have learned that different kind of fruits and vegetables are good to prevent migraines.
I made a really tasty, fresh lunch with your pears (cut in small pieces) with cinnamon, fresh coriander, fresh grated ginger, lemon balm, hemp seeds and a couple of dandelion leaves (strong, bitter taste so just a few!)
Pears with cinnamon is a great combination and a very nice dessert too. Healthy and without sugar and still so sweet!

Delicious pears!

Avatar Posted by Kine from Norway at Jul 03, 2017 05:14 PM
Hi, I just wanted to compliment your farm on your tasty and delicious pears. Thank your for growing organically! :-)

Nice pear

Avatar Posted by Alex in Stockholm at Jun 28, 2017 02:52 PM
Thank you for the pear in the fruit basket at work, nice and crunchy. Keep up the good work.

very! tasty!

Avatar Posted by Lachlan in Scotland at Jun 27, 2017 09:34 PM
thank you for the apple

Great pears!

Avatar Posted by Sophia/Stocholm at Jun 26, 2017 01:53 PM
Tried one pear in the office and it's very sweet and juicy! Found the sticker on the pear and traced it back here. What a nice thing people are trying to do! Thank you!

Delicious pear

Avatar Posted by Sandra from Sweden at Jun 26, 2017 08:24 AM
I'm sitting with my 1-year old, enjoying a ripe anjou pear that tastes delicious. Thank you!


Avatar Posted by Jonas, Stockholm, Sweden at Jun 20, 2017 04:09 PM
Great apples! Enjoying one right now at my desk. Its about 4 PM hot summer day.

Great apples!

Avatar Posted by Axel, Iceland at Jun 18, 2017 07:03 PM
Thanks for the very tasty organic apples

las manzanas

Avatar Posted by Felipe Polonia Varsovia at Jun 15, 2017 09:02 PM
Hola Hugo!
Probé las manzanas
Son muy buenas dices
Saludos desde Warsaw Poland

Tasty pears!

Avatar Posted by Petra, Uppsala, Sweden at Jun 07, 2017 04:17 PM
Your pear ended up in our company fruit basket that we get weekly. Fresh, nice and tasty!


Avatar Posted by PORTUGAL at Jun 05, 2017 11:09 PM
Hi im eating your pear in Portugal and wondering if the glue and the stick with your number if it is organic?

Unique Pears

Avatar Posted by Mike, Iceland at Jun 01, 2017 08:37 PM
Pears were a little sweet, a little sour, but very good. I never ever ate such pears before. Cheers from Reykjavik Hugo :)

Tasty Apples

Avatar Posted by Andi, Aberdeen, Scotland at May 22, 2017 02:59 PM
Thank both for providing great tasting Apples🍎🍐🥝

Tasty pears

Avatar Posted by Ruth, Vienna at May 18, 2017 10:11 AM
Your pears made their way to Austria. I found some in my organic Adamah box last week and they are delicious!
Thanks Hugo!

Two yellow pears...

Avatar Posted by Olle, Stockholm, Sweden at May 17, 2017 11:11 PM
...arrived with my vegan home delivery basket last monday. I'm enjoying one tonight and the other one is waiting by the window. Thanks Hugo![…]/Photo%20on%2017-05-17%20at%2023.03.jpg?dl=0


Avatar Posted by Tomás Stout, Córdoba at May 17, 2017 04:27 PM

Excellent pear!

Avatar Posted by Ida at May 16, 2017 02:16 PM
Thank you for a delicious pear! I'm currently eating it in Sweden.

Delicious pear

Avatar Posted by Alexandra Sweden at May 15, 2017 02:54 PM
What a delicious pear I just had from my company´s fruit basket! And so nice to be able to read about your farm. Thank you!

Your apples

Avatar Posted by Sheana, Scottish Borders at May 13, 2017 07:16 PM
Your apples are delicious and I love the idea of being able to see where they come from. All the way here to the Aldi in Berwick: a spring treat! Thank you.


Avatar Posted by Emma fife at May 09, 2017 11:36 PM
Hi just thought I'd say how delicious and crisp the apples 🍎 I got today were. I got them from my local store on Glenrothes. I baught them because the packaging looked nice and the apples looke so fresh. I have just ate 2 because I couldn't get enough. Thank you to the growers for making such a wonderful product. Hopefully one day I can come and visit where these are grown and really see what it's all about. Much love. Thank you 😊.

Nice Pear

Avatar Posted by Norway at May 09, 2017 09:45 AM
Thanks for the pear. Tasted great!

The pear

Avatar Posted by Hugo Sanchez at May 10, 2017 06:16 PM

Thank for liking a pear.

Nice pears

Avatar Posted by Marianne from Denmark at May 09, 2017 09:35 AM
Hi, your pears and apples have reached Denmark, and I'm enjoying a pear from my company's fruit basket. Lovely to be able to thank the people, who has put their energy and wisdom into my food this way - thanks, it was delicious!

Thank you Hugo

Avatar Posted by Petros from Greece & Cyprus at May 04, 2017 11:00 AM
Just ate one Argentinian organic Apple. Nice taste, Thanks Hugo. Best wishes from Greece & Cyprus.

Keep it up

Avatar Posted by Sweden at May 04, 2017 10:10 AM
Just ate one of your organic pears and it was very nice. Nice to see a video from you guys. Would be nice with some more pictures to go along with the text e g pictures of the actual farm and the region.

Great idea!

Avatar Posted by Susana from Porto, Portugal at May 03, 2017 06:45 PM
Hi, this is a great idea! And this organic apple that I´m eating is delicious! Thank you Hugo!

amazing pears

Avatar Posted by Peeter, Tallinn Estonia at May 02, 2017 06:00 PM
thank you for such amazing pears which have reached the local Biomarket here in Estonia!! :)

Thanks for the awesome pears :)

Avatar Posted by Janita from Finland at Apr 28, 2017 09:15 PM
Just ate two pears, the sticker told me they are from your garden. Pears were delicious, really good taste, thank you so much :) I think organic farming is the only way to grow good food.


Avatar Posted by Andreas Sweden at Apr 28, 2017 04:53 PM
Hello Hugo!

So nice to see your face on my pear in Sweden.
I surfed into this site to visit your lovely farm. But there must be a misunderstanding here because I read here and now that you have very tasteful apples. But here I am holding a pear in my hand, why not an apple?

I think that you focus to much on the apples, please don't forget the lovely pears.

Found your pears again

Avatar Posted by Andreas, Sweeden at Jun 02, 2017 02:34 PM
Hi Hugo,
finally your lovely pears have arrived at my office fruitbasket again. Im so happy! Accidentally though, I said to one of my colleagues, that Pedros pears has arrived. Im sorry for that. Your name is ofcourse Hugo. Not Pedro.

Thanks again!

Really tasty apple

Avatar Posted by Katerina, Hvolsvöllur, Iceland at Apr 28, 2017 11:35 AM
Hello Hugo,

I just ate one apple from your farm and I feel so grateful that I can find them in icelandic supermarkets. I am from Greece and I feel so disappointed by the fruits and vegetables I normally find here. They are so bland and kind of "fake". They even have wax on them many times. It was nice to find a brand of apples I can trust! For once more, thank you natureandmore and Hugo! :)

Keep going. I could even pass by and visit your farm if I sometime travel to this far place called Argentina.

nice to know more

Avatar Posted by Alexander Lang, Vienna , AT at Apr 22, 2017 02:40 PM
thanks, just ate one of your pears!
I love the initiative of growing organic food, keep up the work


Avatar Posted by Alan at Apr 16, 2017 10:08 AM
I just ate one of your delicious apples. Bought in Holland at an Albert Heijn supermarket. I love the idea of knowing where fruit comes from. Thanks Hugo and team

Great Initiative

Avatar Posted by Tamara Vienna at Apr 11, 2017 03:08 PM
Great to discover the story behind this delicious pear. Thanks to Hugo and his team!


Avatar Posted by Philip in The Netherlands at Apr 11, 2017 11:29 AM
First time I've seen the little Nature and More label so I had a look. I really like this idea, to connect the growers with the customers. These apples were bought in one of the food shops here in The Netherlands and are absolutely delicious.


Avatar Posted by Rose Vaughan, Nova Scotia, Canada at Apr 10, 2017 02:25 PM
Hi Hugo and Nicolas, Neat little sticker...which led me to your website. Thanks of growing such delicious pears! IT is amazing that they arrive all the way from your farm in Argentina to my local "Giant Tiger" store in Halifax, Nova Scotia in such good condition! I always wondered where they grew and NOW, I know. Keep up the GOOD work! Cheers, Rose Vaughan

The apples of tomorrow.

Avatar Posted by Jesper Eboss at Apr 10, 2017 02:21 PM
Hello, Hugo! I love the sweet taste of your juicy succulent apples. I want to have keep them in my mouth for an inevitable out of body experience. I rejoice when I picture your naked body picking the dangling and ripe fruit, right the picking.

It has been a pleasure, sincerely Jesper!


Avatar Posted by Ann Arvidson at Apr 05, 2017 10:49 AM
Hi there, bought some pears in my foodstore here in Skene, Sweden, that are delicious!!! Like the little label that told me about the origin and that my organic pears travelled all the way from a grower down in Patagonia, Argentina! Many hugs to you

Awsome pears!

Avatar Posted by Toby, Stockholm, Sweden at Apr 03, 2017 10:40 AM
Great tasting pears, wonderful idea. Great to be able to see where the produce is from. Keep up the good work.

Pears from your farm, mmmmm

Avatar Posted by Boris Orehek, Slovenia at Apr 02, 2017 10:52 AM
I have found a small, really small sticker on a pear I have just eat - the best tasted pear I have ever eat - and I just must to read what the sticker says. I am just sad because of the fact this farm is so far away from my location.


Avatar Posted by Magnus Sjöök at Mar 29, 2017 05:34 PM
My friend in Sweden just had a pear with your sticker on. He says that it was tasty. Have a nice day!

plastic sticker on pears

Avatar Posted by susanne sweden at Mar 29, 2017 03:22 PM
Hello Hugo, the organic pear from your farm tasted very good but I Think it's no good for the nature to put a plastic sticker on every pear. Think about the nature and stop with the stickers!

organic fruit in the office

Avatar Posted by daisy -- Rotterdam Netherlands at Mar 29, 2017 10:53 AM
Dear Hugo,
thank you for the great tasting pears.
every week we receive some fruit in our office and every week we enjoy the great tast of organic fruit!!

greetings from Holland!!

Great tasting pears!

Avatar Posted by Andreas Stockholm at Mar 28, 2017 09:57 AM
Great tasting pears! Thanks!


Avatar Posted by Ruth, España at Mar 27, 2017 07:35 PM
Compramos tus peras en la Despensa Ecológica en Sevilla y están riquísimas! Nos alegra ver que se disfrute tanto de vuestro cultivo ecológico!

Fantastic initiative

Avatar Posted by Emily Braekhus Cueva, Sweden at Mar 22, 2017 07:15 PM
Hi, I discovered Nature and More ten minutes ago. I had a pear at work (the taste of it is still in my gums), ripped off the little sticker on the Pear as you do before you eat it, but thanks to your stamp looking sticker (which stands out from all other fruit stickers I've seen before) and the tiny photo on it, I stopped to read it and see what it said. My curiosity brought me to your website to check it out. I typed in the number from my pear, and when I saw the video of Hugo and his son that had planted this pear - I was very touched. To see the original place and people who has planted the exact pear that I had just eaten, and thinking of the journey my pear had travelled from Argentina to Sweden... just amazing. Thank you, this really made my day and I will now explore your site further. :)

Fantastics pears =)

Avatar Posted by Anna, Järfälla, Sweden at Mar 21, 2017 03:01 PM
Recieved your pears today and had one with my lunch. One of the best pears I've had in a long time =)

Fresh, sweat and juicy!

Avatar Posted by Agnieszka, Poland at Mar 21, 2017 03:01 PM
What a great idea ! thanks Hugo - I am reading about your farm as I eat my sweat and juicy pear that I purchased in my local organic store in Krakow Poland :)

We love your fruit Hugo!

Avatar Posted by Liz, Matteo, Johan, Emilie and Jacob at Mar 14, 2017 04:16 PM
Every day we eat your fruit at 3pm in the office in Sweden :) We call it fruktstund


Avatar Posted by Anonymous User at Jul 13, 2012 08:31 AM
Je viens de manger un de vos ananas en provenance du Costa rica. Grosse déception ! Il n' était ni parfumé, ni sucré, à la limite du mangeable. Il est déplorable de voir de tels produits en vente. ! On ne m' y reprendra plus.

Hugo's pears

Avatar Posted by Anonymous User at Jul 11, 2012 11:16 PM
I help run a small co op buying organic fruit and veg on a London housing estate. I have just eaten a perfectly ripe and really delicious pear and its nice to give instant feedback.

Pink Lady Apples

Avatar Posted by Cristy from East Coast of the US at May 25, 2012 11:54 PM
Where can I buy your delicious Organic Pink Lady apples?! I'm desperate to find some on the East Coast.

How about them apples

Avatar Posted by Ewan, Dundee at May 11, 2012 12:54 PM
I just recently started up buying organic fruit and Veg and found your apples were amazing. Great to be able to hear a bit nmore about where the fruit comes from and who grows it. :) Thanks for taking the time to grow such delightful food.

what a nice idea

Avatar Posted by chris, Brussels at Apr 18, 2012 09:52 PM
Your pears rock!


Avatar Posted by neomi from london at Apr 14, 2012 04:31 PM
I bought some of your pears from a road side seller. Having recently invested in a very good juicer, i decided to try the pear in my new gadget.
All i can say is WOW..... from each pear, i got 250mls and the taste was out of this world.
I produced the most sweetest, refreshing and wholesome natural juice ever.
well worth the money. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Cinco Saltos

Avatar Posted by James Page-Backhouse Hereford at Jan 29, 2012 06:52 PM
When W O Backhouse, agronomist, arrived in the valley, it was to produce honey. In 1925 Mrs Backhouse's sister, my mother, died and I, aged 2, was sent out from England. Levelling, planting and grafting were then under way, Delicious, Johnathan, King David, some pears. It was some years before it became necessary to take the hives up out of the valley because of the spraying. One year there were trees heavily draped with the baskets of bicho canasto. Frosts were a yearly threat.

What Hugo Sanchez writes is interesting. A packing shed was initially built at Los Colmenares, but the machines were soon moved to a shed built by the railway at Cinco Saltos by the AFD. Presumably group control on individual growers is now much greater?
It would be interesting to know who has our chacra (river side of the Chacra Experimental) now? And exactly where on Google Earth it is? I can't make it out!

Love Organic

Avatar Posted by Helga from Iceland at Sep 22, 2011 04:15 PM
Dear Hugo,

I'm chewing on one of your apples now :-) It tastes great and I really like to be able to read about your production here! Cool idea to have the grower's number on the apples. We don't grow our own apples here in the north so we have to rely on farmers like you.
Keep up the good work!

Apples from Argentina

Avatar Posted by Johann from Iceland at Sep 14, 2011 12:18 AM
I'd think this is impossible, to buy organic apples grown in Argentina here in Iceland, but here I am eating one of them. Probably some of the most delicious apples I have tasted anywhere in Europe, North America, or Africa.. I hope we can get more of them soon.

thank you

Avatar Posted by Alexis, N&M, Netherlands at Sep 14, 2011 09:07 AM
Thank you on behalf of Hugo, Johann! So you see, miracles exist :-). We are happy to say that these apples were transported to Iceland by ship, which is the best low-energy method of transportation.

Stickers used on apples

Avatar Posted by Jennifer - Fenton, mi at Sep 05, 2011 07:20 PM

I love your apples! I only have one complain, the Patagonia stickers don't peel off clean EVER! I always end up having to cut off the part of the apple where the sticker was.


Avatar Posted by Michael Wilde at Sep 06, 2011 01:08 PM
Hi Jennifer, thanks for your comment. This is a problem that we have taken up with the supplier of the stickers and hopefully it will be resolved soon. The last thing we want is to annoy or frustrate people and we therefore appreciate your comments on this issue
all the best
Michaël (Nature & More)


Avatar Posted by Trine Helene Henrichsen, Denmark at May 18, 2017 09:03 AM
Just peel off the tiny bit of skin where the sticker was - not a part of the apple. It's not a problem.

Patagonia Apples

Avatar Posted by Peggy Van Stelton/West Covina, CA USA at Sep 01, 2011 10:04 AM
  I found these apples at Vitamin City, in San Dimas, CA. They are just marvelous :) Crisp and sweet. I don't know when I've had such a good apple :) I only bought one bag a couple weeks ago - wished I'd bought more. I went today and they didn't have the Patagonia. - maybe the season is over.
Thank you !

Patagonia Apples

Avatar Posted by Michael Wilde at Sep 01, 2011 04:47 PM
Great to hear you like Hugo's apples Peggy. We will ensure he gets your mail. The season is coming to an end now but expect them in your stores as of March 2012 !
all the best
Michaël (Nature & More)

taste of apples

Avatar Posted by Hester from Holland at Aug 07, 2011 01:14 PM
Hi, thanks for giving me the opportunity to see where the apples that I bought come from! I like to know where they are coming from so I can imagine the place and to see all the way it went before coming to me. I bought these apples in the green supermarket in Zeist in Holland and was happily suprised that there is a website I can visit! Super idea!

Great apples!

Avatar Posted by Eric Clark at Aug 06, 2011 11:19 AM
These are some of the family's favorite apples... along side the apples we grow: Beauty of Bath, Ingrid Marie, Signe Tillich, Åkerö and James Grieve. Yours come conveniently during the half-year ours have turned into dried apple rings or frozen wedges. Thanks for growing organic!!

Hugo's apples

Avatar Posted by Jo Belgium at Aug 02, 2011 11:50 PM
I'm just eating one of his apples and they are realy good
I was ammazed how tasty they are compared to the warehouse apples you get here
Hugo, thanks and keep doing this wontherfull job

A apple with love

Avatar Posted by Linda - Holland, Maastricht at Jul 09, 2011 05:45 PM
And you taste it! Keep up the good work. Greeting from Holland

Fife Diet

Avatar Posted by Lisa, Fife, Scotland at Jul 01, 2011 01:51 PM
Hi, got a 313 apple in my organic veg box (out of season here right now- so was a treat!) Great apple, great website, check out the work we do in Fife:

Fife Diet

Avatar Posted by Michael Wilde at Jul 01, 2011 02:31 PM
Many thanks Lisa for your message ! Compliments regarding the great fifediet website .. I just became fan of your facebook page. We hope you continue to enjoy Nature & More products (when the local products are out of season !). best regards Nature & More (Michaël)

Organic apples

Avatar Posted by Dam, Faroe Islands at Jun 26, 2011 01:19 PM
Very good idea. We bought orcanic apples in our local cooperative consumers shop. The quality is excellent - soft, tasty and sweet. Happy to be able to by fair trade, organic fruit here on The Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic, where no fruits do grove. By using ships for transportation, the carbonic affect is as little as pssible. Go on with the struggle for freedom, justice and solidarity.


Avatar Posted by sanjuro, Helsinki, Finland at Jun 23, 2011 04:07 PM
Great, delicious apples! What I liked best, besides them being organic, is that they're affordable, only 2.09€/kg at my local Prisma. Keep up the good work!

Great idea

Avatar Posted by Onno, Netherlands at Jun 18, 2011 01:55 PM
I love the idea of natureandmore. It's wonderful to find information about the orchard where the delicious apple I just ate comes from

Great tasting apples

Avatar Posted by Firefly at Jun 08, 2011 04:57 PM
Saw the little sticker on the apple and decided to enter the given number on the website to check it out. Now I know where these great tasting apples come from and have learnt a little bit about the area and the people as well. Hope to enjoy them in the coming years all the way up here in the town of Akureyri in north Iceland.


Avatar Posted by Annie Amsterdam Holland at Jun 07, 2011 04:00 PM
wat leuk, een appel met een soort telefoonnummertje op de schil, zodat je een bericht kan sturen. Terwijl ik geniet van de heerlijk frisse sappige appel denk ik aan waar hij vandaan komt en wie gezorgd heeft dat de appel bij mij komt. Leuk die connectie met de andere kant van de aardbol. txs!


Avatar Posted by Annie Amsterdam Holland at Jun 07, 2011 04:00 PM
wat leuk, een appel met een soort telefoonnummertje op de schil, zodat je een bericht kan sturen. Terwijl ik geniet van de heerlijk frisse sappige appel denk ik aan waar hij vandaan komt en wie gezorgd heeft dat de appel bij mij komt. Leuk die connectie met de andere kant van de aardbol. txs!


Avatar Posted by Martin United Kingdom at Jun 06, 2011 02:37 PM
Very Nice Indeed


Avatar Posted by DAVID SCOTLAND at Jun 03, 2011 12:11 PM
I just discovered the small label on the side of an organic apple i was about to eat that i purchased from my local Tesco store. I think this is a great idea, connecting people and the growers. I have to say these apples are absolutely amazingly tasty, and being organic is always a good thing.
Thanks, organic farming is the future.


Avatar Posted by alson from lisburn northern ireland at May 14, 2011 05:45 PM
Just eat a lovely organic apple & love the idea of finding out where the apple was grown. Brilliant website. Thanks


Avatar Posted by Madu from Iceland at May 14, 2011 11:42 AM
I just bought red pears from the supermarket, and really enjoyed them. Very tasty!!

Is it really FAIR?

Avatar Posted by Michelangelo, Italy at May 10, 2011 08:34 PM
Hi all, is it really "FAIR" to pick up pears or apples, probably before they are ripe, and let them travel sooo long: "Belarus, Iceland!, Finland or even Denmark (where good apples DO grow) and so on?
Did you ever think about CO2 footprint and similar things for the transport, packaging and logistic of such a long journey?

yes it is really fair

Avatar Posted by Michael at May 11, 2011 09:15 AM
Hi Michelangelo, thanks for your reaction on the nature and more website. We are the importer of organic apples and pears from Argentina and understand your reservations regarding the long journey that this fruit undertakes. Nevertheless for your information these products are only imported when the European apple season has come to an end. Secondly, everything is transported by boat. Thirdly, the apples are packed in compostable packaging or packaging made from renewable sources. Fourthly, independant research shows us that a fresh Argentinean apple has a lower carbon footprint than European apple that is being stored in a cool cell. Finally, all these apples also have a direct postive impact for the local community. By buying these nature and more apples you are supporting numerous great projects. Nature & More also works with growers from Italy and as soon as there are once again organic fresh apples we will have them on stock. Hope this answers your question and once again Gracie Mille

Organic Pears & Apples

Avatar Posted by Andrei / Romania at May 10, 2011 06:14 PM
Please continue to distribute your pears in Romania!
And apples if they could export to Romania, to the Mega Image company!



Avatar Posted by Hitesh Mahajan at May 10, 2011 11:46 AM
I am an importer in Kenya and have recently bought produce from a company called:

Patagonia Fruits & Vegetables S.A. | Esmeralda 1066 | C1007ABN | Buenos Aires | Argentina
Phone: + 54.11.5093.5317 | Fax: + 54.11.4032.1287 | E-mail:

A man by the name of Carlos Placer (A FRAUD), is the person I dealt with. it has now been over 2 months and there is no response from his end. I have transferred money to them, and am waiting. I believe that i have become a victim of fraud giving Argentina a very bad name. I really want to import from Argentina but am stuck due to the dishonesty of the above company. Please can you advise how i can go about resolving this issue.

thank you Hitesh

Avatar Posted by Michaël, Waddinxveen at May 11, 2011 10:09 AM
Thank you Hitesh for your email. We checked everything and can inform you that we are working with the grower Patagonian Fruits in Rio Negro and not Buenos Aires. We do not know the company mentioned in your email and unfortunately cannot help you with this issue. We hope it is resolved quickly. The best of luck. Michaël Wilde

Sweet pears!

Avatar Posted by Marco, Italy at May 07, 2011 07:16 AM
Your excellent pears are distributed, as healthy breakfast, to children at our local primary school! Nice to know they made such a long travel before arriving to our little community!

Yummy apples!

Avatar Posted by Tino, Denmark at May 02, 2011 10:31 AM
Your apples traveled to Denmark too! The danish word for apple is "æble". Thanks a bunch - keep up the good work!

Thank you!

Avatar Posted by Aaslaug Norway at Apr 28, 2011 10:30 AM
I love your pears! Thank you for all the loving work!

Deliciosa manzana!

Avatar Posted by Alexandra, Norway at Apr 27, 2011 11:31 AM
Gracias por su gran trabajo. Les aseguro que ahora mismo estaba necesitando esa manzana.


Mmmmm! by the way...

Avatar Posted by Joseph Malta at Apr 23, 2011 06:53 PM
by the way...I'm from Malta (Europe).
L-Ghid it-Tajjeb! (Happy Easter in Maltese) :)


Avatar Posted by Joseph at Apr 23, 2011 06:51 PM
Just ate a couple of juicey and tasty pears - excellent! Nice to know where they came from...and from now on, I'll keep a look out for those stickers whenever we buy fruit. HAPPY EASTER!


Avatar Posted by Roxana at Apr 22, 2011 08:09 PM
hello from Romania
just enjoying your pear
very good! :)


Avatar Posted by Suzanne, Haarlem at Apr 22, 2011 12:53 PM
my dad and me are eating apples,

Apples and pears

Avatar Posted by Robin, Sweden at Apr 22, 2011 11:57 AM
I tried one of your apples for breakfast yesterday and one of your pears today. Excellent fruit and it's good to feel some contact with the grower. Greetings from Gothenburg in Sweden.


Avatar Posted by Catalin from Romania at Apr 20, 2011 06:54 PM
Very good tasty pears. Keep up the good work protecting the earth. Here in Romania we get many bad fruit from import but once in a while comes some like yours. Good job.

Thank you!

Avatar Posted by Annika at Apr 19, 2011 12:09 PM
Thank you for growing such good apples!
Kind regards from Stockholm, Sweden!


Avatar Posted by Frank, Odenthal at Apr 15, 2011 10:55 AM
Tasting very good pears, very aromatically and juicy.
Kind regards from Cologne, Germany

Organic pear

Avatar Posted by Virginia / Germany at Apr 14, 2011 01:45 PM
Thank you for cultivating these lovely pears and protecting all our's earth as well as our health.

Just continue the way you have chosen!

Organic pear

Avatar Posted by Ceca, Serbia at Apr 12, 2011 08:35 AM
Thank you for using the organic way and protecting the nature.
Excellent pear quality and from such far away!
Lovely, tasty pear that I am eating has travelled such a long way. Keep it up!
Best wishes and all the success for the future! :)


Avatar Posted by Oksana, Belarus at Apr 10, 2011 06:30 PM
I don't know how your pear has got to me, to Belarus :)
But I'm very pleased to find you out! Thank you, stay fair & natural!

Lovely Pears !

Avatar Posted by Dominic Horne, Helsinki at Apr 09, 2011 05:17 PM

I just picked up a bag of your pears at Helsinki(Finland). They are lovely :-)

Very good pears

Avatar Posted by Vim the rabbit Romania at Apr 09, 2011 03:00 PM
u have by far goog pears. nice job, keep up the good job. thanks from Romania.

Organic Pears

Avatar Posted by Andrei, Bucharest / Romania at Apr 07, 2011 03:40 PM
Your pears are very good! Thanks!


Avatar Posted by Adrian, Romania at Apr 07, 2011 03:33 PM
Although Romania grows alot of pear varieties, I found your pears to be really delicious, different from what i was used to. Thanks!


Avatar Posted by jz madison wisconsin at Mar 31, 2011 09:03 PM
What a lovely pear - and what an excellent use for that little sticker.

Lovely Pear!

Avatar Posted by Michelle at Mar 31, 2011 04:03 PM
.enjoying one of your lovely pears in London....

many thanks!

Gracias por sus peras sabrosas!

Avatar Posted by Heli, Finland at Mar 05, 2011 09:31 PM
Disfrutamos de sus peras el mismo ahora, yo, mi marido y vuestros hijas, después del baño finlandés (sauna).

Gracias por sus peras sabrosas!


Avatar Posted by Thomas W at Mar 07, 2011 05:41 PM
Gracias por su mensaje y que continúan disfrutando de las peras (y del baño finlandés)!

Apples in the arctic

Avatar Posted by Minik Hansen Greenland at Oct 07, 2010 06:05 PM
Greetings Hugo, and everybody visiting this page. It's so great to be able to check out where this organic apple comes from. And so many people have commented on it! Beautiful. Organic products as well are :). I appreciate Hugo for growing apples naturally, as all apples should be! Thanks, the apples are delicious indeed, and the most amazing thing is I live in the arctic, in Nuuk, the capital city of Greenland, yet I get these organic good food! And they are still fresh in the supermarket where me & my girlfriend buy them! One love, have a good time! - Minik

Gran sabor!

Avatar Posted by Antonis Pantelidis, Greece at Aug 31, 2010 05:32 PM
Your apples have such a great taste!
My little girl loves them!
Thank you!

Great apples!

Avatar Posted by Jan, Sweden at Aug 24, 2010 04:31 PM
Thanks for growing organic, great apples!


Avatar Posted by Roger from Sweden at Aug 22, 2010 05:20 PM
Very god apples!


Avatar Posted by Austria at Aug 14, 2010 07:17 PM
Thank you for the nice apples!
I appreciate people doing organic farming,


Avatar Posted by karine, France at Aug 12, 2010 10:59 AM
Delicious organic apples and many thanks for taking care of our beautiful planet xxx


Avatar Posted by Betty from Germany at Aug 11, 2010 03:41 PM
just trying your apples, really delicious. :-)


Avatar Posted by Shona at Aug 10, 2010 04:14 PM
Many thanks from the west of Scotland - your apples come to me amongst organic fruit and veg and they're great - brilliant just to eat on their own but also really good for apple chutney. :-)

wonderful apple taste

Avatar Posted by Herta from Austria at Jul 29, 2010 09:37 AM
your apples are just wonderful in their taste.
I ve never eaten such fresh an aromatic apples!
just thank you!


Avatar Posted by Jo Netherlands at Jul 27, 2010 09:50 AM
Realy great apples :)


Avatar Posted by Tom Belfast Maine at Jul 26, 2010 06:10 PM
Greetings from Belfast Maine! Your pears are selling as fast as they come in! Grow more please!



Avatar Posted by ARNAUD AND EUGENIO at Jul 20, 2010 05:07 PM


Avatar Posted by Christoph Germany at Jul 16, 2010 10:28 AM
Simply delicious! Sweet and tasty and fresh :-)


Avatar Posted by Raymond at Jul 05, 2010 03:16 PM
Your apples traveled all the way to the Netherlands. And they are still nice and tasty after such a long journey!
I'm enyoing one now during my break at work.


Avatar Posted by Ursula - Norwich, UK at Jul 02, 2010 06:58 PM
Delicious perfectly ripe pears with so much flavour! Thank you :)

big apple :)

Avatar Posted by Sylvia from Germany at Jun 30, 2010 12:44 PM
I found a number on my apple and now I found you. Congratulations to your tasty, delicious and big apple(s) which my kids and I love to eat them the whole day.

Kind regards, Sylvia

love your apples

Avatar Posted by Caroline from Belgium at Jun 25, 2010 12:02 PM
Hello! What a great initiative this is! I enjoyed your apple very much. So juicy but with a firm texture.
I found this website trough my brother who has a huge collection of fruit stickers. ( and I told him he hadn't your sticker in his collection yet.

Keep cultivating these gorgeous apples !!


Avatar Posted by Marcus, Germany at Jun 22, 2010 08:14 AM
I enjoyed your apple for breakfast. And i nearly ate the sticker, then i saw the number and the internet adress on the sticker. I visit your site and here i am. Very interesting project.


Avatar Posted by caffarey, braine l'alleud, belgium at Jun 21, 2010 03:41 PM
Thank you for this information ! Good work !

gooooood fruit !

Avatar Posted by Bjørn Andreassen at Jun 10, 2010 01:21 PM
An (organic) apple a day keeps the doctor a way!

Sitting in Trondheim - Norway and have just been eating a 313 (apple). is an organic / sustainable project, and I bought the lovely apple at the local store. We need people interested in growing, come visit us!

gooooood fruit !

Avatar Posted by Bjørn Andreassen at Jun 10, 2010 01:18 PM
An (organic) apple a day keeps the doctor a way!

Sitting in Trondheim - Norway and have just been eating a 313 (apple). is an organic / sustainable project, and I bought the lovely apple at the local store. We need people interested in growing, come visit us!

Lovely Pears!

Avatar Posted by Garech at Jun 04, 2010 11:13 AM
Thanks for the lovely pears. Im eating them here in Ireland and they have travelled very well!


Avatar Posted by Jenz at Jun 03, 2010 11:26 AM
Just enjoying a very good pear :)


Avatar Posted by Johanna at May 25, 2010 11:00 AM
Muchas Gracias for the best apples I enjoyed ever!!!


Avatar Posted by Michaël at Jun 04, 2010 09:38 AM
Many thanks for the positive feedback .. our growers are very proud !


Avatar Posted by Marta Jóhannesdóttir at May 18, 2010 09:13 PM
Epli is the word for apple in icelandic language. I am enjoying you apples in ICELAND. We don´t have many appletrees here in the cold north. Thank you!


Avatar Posted by Emilie from Ireland at Jul 29, 2011 12:31 PM
French girl in Ireland enjoying these tasty Argentinian apples... :)


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