The company "SADPOL" started its activity in the domestic market in 1992, and more than 20 years there in the foreign market and is the one of the oldest company in Poland. The company "SADPOL" is a trading company, that is operating in the largest region of fruit-growing in Poland, which famous for its tradition of fruits producing. We produce and sell fruits and vegetables in any quantity and best quality. We have more than 100 hectares of our own orchards and we carefully select the rest of our suppliers, where is the main criterion are the quality and safety of fruits and vegetables. Confirmation of this is the certificate GLOBALGAP.
- appropriately qualified and trained staff,
- computer-controlled sorting machine for apples,
- large storage facilities and refrigerated chambers ULO
- own fleet of trucks
We export our goods to most countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. We supply to our customers apples, pears, plums, strawberries, cherries, tomatoes, Chinese cabbage, carrots and other fruits and vegetables. Location in the center of the region of the fruit-growing and vegetable-growing, the rich traditions and our many years of experience guarantee the highest quality of our fruits and vegetables. We invite you to cooperation.
Integrated Plant Production (IP) is a modern food quality system that utilizes sustainable technical and biological progress in cultivation, plant protection and fertilization, with a special focus on the protection of the environment and human health. Participation in the IP system allows for obtaining healthy food of plant origin, in which no exceedances of permitted levels of residues of plant protection products, heavy metals, nitrates and other elements and harmful substances have been noted. Confirmation of high-quality yields from IP is certified and proprietary IP mark. In addition to the marketing benefits of selling authentic quality food, there are a number of other arguments for IP deployment:
• The convergence of the integrated plant production system assumptions with the principles of integrated plant protection allows us to conclude that IP implementation at present ensures the fulfillment of the mandatory requirement for integrated plant protection.
• Obtaining a certificate in the IP system allows to reimburse some of the costs incurred related to participation in the system and promotion within the RDP 2007-2013.
• The use of IP rules makes it possible to meet the Cross Compliance requirements for direct payments that have been in place for plant protection and food safety since 1 January 2011.
• IP farm deployment is extremely important when food safety requirements are to be confirmed. This concerns sales on the domestic market as well as the export of plants and plant products, especially for the export of fruit and vegetables to the Russian Federation market. Under the IP, it is possible to run production in accordance with Russian standards. In this case, a special program of plant protection has been developed by the Institute of Horticulture in Skierniewice.
• The IP also allows for the fulfillment of a range of food safety and environmental requirements within other commercial quality systems required for large commercial networks eg. The authority responsible for issuing the certificates and supervising the system is the State Inspectorate for Plant Protection and Seed Production. However, as a model of solutions adopted in the organic farming system, certification can be entrusted to certification bodies. The certification body will be authorized to carry out the activities of the competent provincial plant protection inspector and seed. The condition of obtaining authorization is to have the accreditation in the field of certification of integrated plant production granted in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 30 August 2002 on the conformity assessment system (Journal of Laws of 2010 No. 138, item 935, as amended) To meet the requirements of integrated production of plants by qualified persons, including education and experience in this field. Information on accreditation requirements can be obtained from the PCA. Regulations regulating the scope of competences, activity of entities certifying integrated production of plants and the method of supervision by the State Inspectorate for Plant Protection and Seed Production on these entities were laid down in Art. 55 - 62 of the Act on Plant Protection Measures. On July 2, 2013, the Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of 24 June 2013 on the qualification of persons carrying out control activities for compliance with the requirements of integrated production of plants and a certificate of integrated production was published (Journal of Laws, No. 760).