Uliveto in contrada Cufilaro a Licata, in provincia di Agrigento.

The agricultural companies

The company was founded in 1980 in the heart of Sicily at Naro (Agrigento), and takes its name from the beautiful district of “Val Paradiso” where the fertile lands of the family lie among white-flowering almond trees and Saracen olive trees.

Bio by nature

We grow over 100 hectares of olive trees in the lands of Naro, Favara and Licata, using Organic Agricultural methods with absolute respect for the environment and nature; no chemicals, herbicides or insecticides are used in the fields, only natural products and organic substances.

In addition to Italian Organic certification, Val Paradiso has been given specific and exclusive certification of foreign countries such as Bio Suisse (Switzerland), JAS (Japan) and NOP (USA), passing the stringent checks and inspections required for organic agriculture in those countries.

Istituto Certificazione Ambientale e Etica Olio Biologico Italiano
Certificazione olio biologico per il mercato canadese e ne consente sia l’esportazione sia la commercializzazione Olio riconosciuto come biologico dalla Legge Federale degli Stati Uniti

Saladino

  • Agro di Naro, in the Saladino district;
  • Cultivated area 22 hectares;
  • Cultivation specialising in ICEA certified organic olives;
  • Olive grove of 6,000 trees, Corolea and Biancolilla varieties.

Fasinella

  • Agro di Naro, in the Fasinella district;
  • Cultivated area 10 hectares;
  • Cultivation specialising in ICEA certified organic olives;
  • Olive grove of 3,000 trees, Biancolilla varieties.

Cufilaro

  • Agro di Licata, in the Cufilaro district;
  • Cultivated area 19 hectares;
  • Cultivation specialising in ICEA certified organic olives;
  • Olive grove of 5,500 trees, Nocellara del Belice and Biancolilla varieties.

Passarello

  • Agro di Licata, in the Passarello district;
  • Cultivated area 150 hectares;
  • Cultivation specialising in ICEA certified organic olives;
  • Olive grove of 17,000 trees, Nocellara del Belice, Cerasuola, Biancolilla and Coratina varieties.