All raw materials used by Nutre are selected and meet the most demanding quality standards.


One of the premises of Nutre Foods is the belief that innovating is essential to the progressive development, the differentiation and the continuous improvement. Therefore, we invest in the creation of new products and in cutting-edge technology applied to the different stages of the manufacturing process of high-quality products.

The I&D department, together with the Quality and Lab department, works continuously in the search for new vegetable alternatives, investing more and more in healthier, tastier and nutritionally balanced products, contributing to a rich and diversified diet.


Using latest generation purifying systems, Atlantis water is not heavily mineralized (hyposaline), which gives it a light and unique flavor. Thus, drinking Atlantis rebalances the hydration, replaces energies and regulates the body’s temperature.

Moreover, a full hydration is recommended. A minimum consumption of 1,5L of water per day is advised.


The environment is in the center of Nutre Farming’s concerns. In order to reduce waste and improve the productivity of the crops, the firm uses the most innovative techniques and carries out tests on the soil, in order to improve the yields. More productivity means more environmental efficiency and more supply, which will reflect on the consumer’s final price.

Nutre Farming has already made tests with rice, beans and lettuce and is continually looking for the most sustainable products, considering the soil and weather conditions.
For instance, in 2015/16, tests were carried out in the soil, in order to evaluate the farming profit of different types of seed. In the future, we plan to extend these tests to fertilizer doses so that it is possible to optimize even more the use of resources. In fact, these tests are sown at the same time as the rest of the crops and, therefore, they receive the same treatment.
Thus the profit per hectare is registered at the moment of harvest and if it is superior to the rest of the crops, then that seed is selected for a wider variety in the following year.