The Hualdo Farm is an agricultural and livestock farm, located in El Carpio de Tajo (Toledo).
Our final goal is to recover the vitality of our ecosystem by producing excellent, healthy and sustainable food.
We seek to integrate all the activities of the farm in closed cycles.
In our way, we will be building a brand with a purpose: to improve the lives of consumers and producers, of both society and rural areas.
CASAS DE HUALDO
Our olive groves extend in an area of 700ha, between 400m and 600m above sea level, exposed to a harsh climate with low rainfall. The location of the mill, in the center of the olive groves, allows us to extract the EVOOs in less than 6 hours from the harvest of the olive, thus preserving the best aromas and healthy components of the fruit.
We grow four varieties of olives – Arbequina, Picual, Cornicabra and Manzanilla – with which we make our juices, which we package on demand, to make them reach the consumer in the best possible conditions.
On our website you can learn more about us.
QUESOS DE HUALDO
As a result of the work carried out over the years with our ewes, the project was born to combine craftsmanship and cheese technology for creating cheeses with the most varied range of aromas, flavors and textures.
The commitment is ambitious: to make natural rind cheeses with raw milk freshly milked daily from our herd, as the best expression of the richness of our heritage. If you want to know us better, do not hesitate to visit our website.
LA HUERTA DE HUALDO
Inspired by the rich horticultural history of the region, we launched an organic orchard and fruit tree project in the banks of the Tagus river.
We want to rediscover some of the best products of our agricultural tradition, without neglecting technological advances – the construction of a high-tech greenhouse is already underway.
Our goal is to bring the end customer an excellent, ecological and freshly harvested product, produced and distributed responsibly.
We launch the Organic EVOO Casas de Hualdo! This new oil is the answer to the received demand for a certified product, and the challenge of working with raw material from an extreme climate. This interesting EVOO is another example of our commitment to the environment, sustainability and continuous improvement.Read more
When companies talk about sustainability, they often refer to a series of generalities that in most cases are nothing more than declarations of good intentions with very few concrete measures. At Casas de Hualdo we wanted to convert our commitment into action in order to measure the actual impact of our decisions. To do this, a few years ago we measured our carbon footprint based on the international GHG protocol, a corporate accounting and reporting standard for the organization’s Greenhouse Gases (GHG). The gases studied were: CO2 (carbon dioxide), CH4 (methane) and N2 O (nitrous oxide), as they are considered the most important due to their impact on the environment (included in the Kyoto protocol along with three other families of gases: HFC, PFC and S6)Read more