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Where does the design of ATALAYA BIO aloe vera juices come from?

22/06/2018

Many of you visited our plantation during the embryonic and gestation phase of our brand, tasting our aloe vera juice and highlighting its quality and how pleasant it is. Well, we must redirect both appreciations to what dresses up our juice, to what you see at first sight right before you decide to try it and verify that it is definitely different: Although we are talking about aloe vera (the medicinal plant par excellence), we shied away from the traditional pharmaceutical bottle, implementing a bottle design that rather inspires a gourmet product, since many of you have already told us how nice it tastes! Its beautiful design is lined up with the quality contained inside: a premium product. The bottle is opaque, protecting the aloe (very photosensitive) during its way from manufacture to distribution, eventhough we know you prefer to see it through translucent bottles - sorry about that.
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#WorldEnvironmentDay

06/05/2018

We want to celebrate with you the World Environment Day by sharing this video. Bee pollinating on an organic aloe vera flower. Bees play a key role in nature and human nutrition. Recently, and due to citizen pressure, the European Union has banned the use of neonicotinoids, pesticides that represented a threat to bees. For the health of the planet and of the people, support organic farming.
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Welcome

22/05/2018

ATALAYA BIO is a company that specialises in the cultivation of organic and sustainable aloe vera. Our mission is to offer high quality aloe products: healthy food products (food supplements) and cosmetics. In this blog we will share information about all the facets of this amazing plant: food, health, cosmetics, gastronomy, ..., also our particular way of cultivating, respecting the environment and people. Welcome to this new space where we share those topics that unite us. The ATALAYA BIO team May 22, 2018: International day of biological diversity.
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Partridges also prefer our aloe!

18/05/2018

In a plot of aloe with a thick vegetal mantle (the so-called "weeds" we prefer to call "adventitious herbs") on May 8, 2017 we discovered that a partridge had made its nest in the shelter of an aloe plant. She was brooding ... … her 13 eggs!! ATALAYA BIO aloes are grown in the most natural way, and as they say "a picture paints a thousand words". Our agricultural practices are aimed at promoting the biodiversity of the environment. Tell your friends that completely natural aloe plantations committed to the conservation of nature exist. Share these images.
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Millions of bees die in Murcia

18/05/2018

In spring 2017 we echoed bad news for the environment and humanity: Millions of bees died in Murcia poisoned by pesticides as a result of the treatments that were carried out by fruit growers in the area. It happened at the beginning of February as reported by the news published by "La Crónica del Pajarito.es" in Mazarrón, today, the domain of conventional industrialised agriculture where pesticide treatments are administered increasingly early in the year. Death of bees in Mazarrón (Photo: Pablo Blázquez / Greenpeace) This has been reported by Greenpeace and beekeepers in the area. Some say that the death of the bees is due to a pathogen (virus or fungus) and not to pesticides. Maybe it's due to both ... or maybe not. The fact is that (and luckily - although we do not believe it is a coincidence) on our farm we have not registered any dead bees...
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Is it responsible to buy aloe from over 6000 miles away?

18/05/2018

One of the fundamental aspects of sustainability is based on buying products locally, or as close as possible, to reduce the environmental impact of transportation (carbon footprint ). Did you know that bringing a container of aloe from Mexico to France produces about 2,600 Kgs of CO2? (source: Ecocalculator of the Port of Barcelona) Bringing aloe from other continents is an "energy" process that does not respect our planet. Spain is the closest producer to European consumers. Please do not contribute to the degradation of our planet and purchase products locally. You can help reduce CO2 emissions by sha...
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