Its Mediterranean climate and terrain, where fresh air from the mountains blends with the salty air of the sea, make Italy the ideal place to cultivate citrus fruit.

Oranges, lemons, chinotto and so many other types of citrus fruit have been cultivated here since ancient times and have found their perfect habitat.

Thanks to its geographical location, immersed in the heart of the Mediterranean, Italy occupies a leading position worldwide in the production of citrus fruits, or sun fruits, reaching a production quantity of over 3.500 thousands of tonnes of citrus fruits in a year.

Italy is the perfect habitat for citrus fruits