The first Jamon Business Meeting to be held by ORES


The commercial branch of the cooked and cured foods division of the Vall Companys Group will be showcasing more than 200 products and new and innovative ranges.

Posted on Mar 17 ,12:36

The first Jamon Business Meeting to be held by ORES

ORES, the commercial branch of the cooked and cured foods division of the Vall Companys Group, is organizing the first Jamon Business Meeting; an event that aims to showcase the very best of Spanish charcuterie to operators in the retail and foodservice sectors across the whole of Europe. The first Jamon Business Meeting, organised by ORES, will be held online on 13, 14 and 15 April, and aims to give international markets a closer insight into the finest cooked and cured products from Spain.ORES, which stands for Origins of Spain, offers a catalogue of more than 200 references and 12 brands of products made from the four Iberian, two Duroc, and Large White breeds of pig. All of them come from seven geographical regions famed for their long-standing tradition and leadership in pork production, such as Jabugo, Guijuelo, Teruel, Valdepeñas and Vic, among others.
At the first Jamon Business Meeting, ORES will be presenting its most recent innovations: formats that meet the needs of an increasingly diverse consumer base, which were created with the determination to adapt to every individual consumer and consumption opportunity.A prime example is our new EasyBox format with single servings. Each box contains five sachets of 50 grams, the ideal amount for daily consumption; hence avoiding food waste. This packaging also reduces the use of plastic by 28.8% and cardboard by 74.4% compared to the current format.
As part of Spain’s leading agri-food conglomerate, the Vall Companys Group, ORES enjoys total control over the quality and traceability of all its products. These rigorous and exhaustive controls start in the genetics lab and continue through the breeding and raising of the animals and finally the cutting and packaging processes. Everything, from start to finish, to guarantee optimum quality and food safety. This virtual trade fair is set to become a key opportunity for exploring new lines of business and meeting the needs of consumers of charcuterie products, guaranteeing the time-honored flavour, origin and quality of these products in new, practical and innovative formats.

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