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Cereal Abruzzo

Cereal Abruzzo

Tulli Cereal Culture shares the commitments of the Milan Protocol on Nutrition and Nutrition and will endeavor to adopt, promote and achieve more sustainable patterns of consumption and production, implement and / or further develop policies and measures in accordance with their respective national contexts. Almost 100 years in the cereal industry: born in the 1930s by the intuition of its founders, Clarice D'Eustacchio and Dionyus Tulli, since its origins Cereal specializes in cereal and legume trade. Thanks to the commitment of Nino Tulli, nephew of the founder, in 1984, Cereal Abruzzo began its international growth path, establishing itself in Europe by acquiring internationally renowned customers and consolidating partnership relationships with reliable historical suppliers. Over the last 20 years, Cereal Abruzzo has consistently supported Italian farms in the production of "high quality durum wheat", providing them semi-selected and assisted in all agronomic phases, from harvesting to harvest, in order to guarantee traceability of final products. Cereal Abruzzo is proposed as a link between all those who work in the cereal sector, participating in all stages to ensure a high quality Italian product calibrated on market demands. Thanks to the joint collaboration of experienced agronomists, technicians and seed-producing companies, Cereal Abruzzo assists farmers by analyzing and selecting the soil up to the crop and crops, finally to deal with the distribution of the final product, always in the optics of the conservation of nature and its ecosystem. Cereals, leguminous and oleaginous products produced by partner farms are collected and stored in the Cereal Abruzzo centers only after careful monitoring and classification of the product on the basis of strict health, hygiene and quality parameters in full compliance with self-control with HACCP methodology. From land selection to delivery to customers (in particular pasta, mills and feedstocks), the company guarantees a product that satisfies the consumer's interests both from a healthy and a qualitative point of view. The development of new organizational models has required a transformation into the company's institutional visual. Cereal Abruzzo is now well-established brand Tulli Cereal Culture: the new brand, introduced at the inauguration of the new headquarters in Mosciano Sant'Angelo, has been reporting the growth in recent years. Naming the "Tulli Cereal Culture" brand has been chosen to accompany the internationalization process. The Payoff "Cereal Culture" is, besides the definition of its core business, the identification of the company's mission: to become a link of indispensable link for all the actors in the cereal sector. Culture suggests just the sign that wants to leave the Tulli family in the market. "Banally," Culture means culture, cultivation, but also culture, preparation and education: concepts that Tulli Cereal Culture has always been accompanying, with its experts, every seed in all its chain processes up to delivery to companies for its processing. Culture also means family tradition, corporate culture, teamwork culture to make a simple seed an excellent product. To do this, experience, skill, consistency, timing, coordination, but above all, Culinary Culture with Tulli Cereal Culture needs to be done. In 2014, Tulli Cereal Culture's turnover was 27 million euros. In 2015, an increase in sales volume is expected to reach 30 million. In 2014, 87,000 tons of product were marketed: 50,000 tons of hard wheat, 25,000 tons of common wheat, 10,000 tons of corn, 1 000 tons of sunflower, soy and so on. The forecast for 2015 is to exceed 100,000 tons. Our planet hosts the greatest treasures: cereals. The quality of the product has always been the priority objective to be pursued. Care, attention and maintenance of the quality features of the product are the principles governing the activity in the Cereal Cultivation Centers of Storage located throughout the country.
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