Vis Jams - Evolution
|| ||Over the years, the quality and
excellence of Vis jams made such an inroad into the Italian
and foreign market that the initial plant (about 500 square
metres) was no longer sufficient to meet increasing demand.
It became necessary to enlarge the production plant and
improve equipment. This was done first in 1994
and again in 2004, expanding
the production and storage areas so that Vis
can now make 28,000 jars of preserves a day.
Encouraged by its success, the company widened its production
range, adding, besides new flavours every year, a new
range of wild berries jams (70% fruit)
and another using fruit from organic farms.
The know-how acquired over the years was extended to other
fruit-based products, including diet and low calorie jam, buckwheat flour
tarts, “bisciola” (a typical
Valtellina cake rich in dried fruit), fruit in
syrup, acacia honey, fruit in grappa and “mostarda”
(a spicy fruit pickle).