Wal 11 is committed to bringing the best quality experience to industrial and household consumers of food and beverage raw-materials and products, by delivering consistent quality, reliability, value for money in a professional manner without compromising social and environmental responsibilities, business values and interest
Wal 11 expertise in Grading, Processing, Waxing, Exporter, Importer & Storage. We have a strong network of Fresh Fruit Farms, Processing Units, Storage, transportation and Export. We are mainly dealing in the export of best quality fresh fruits & rice available in Pakistan.
Our fruit grading software can be used on new- and old equipment, get the best out of your sorting machine. Save time and money in the sorting process. Being able to determine the internal and externa…
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The primary reasons for waxing are to prevent water loss and thus retard shrinkage and spoilage, and to improve appearance. The waxing materials used depend to some extent on regulations in the countr…
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BEST QUALITY PRODUCTS
“We eliminated any possible pollution in our soils in order to deliver the purest organic produce to our customers’ tables.“
“We have assembled the best team whose members will gladly share their healthy lifestyle and experiences with you.“
WHAT IS ORGANIC?
“Currently, the European Union and the US require producers to obtain special certification to market food as organic.“
Wal 11 Farms situated in the heart of Kinnow growing area of Sargodha division. We are growers of Kinnow and it is famous worldwide for its aroma and taste.A narrative of our fruit is given under. Orange, a member of the Citrus family, probably originated in Southeast Asia and was cultivated in China by 2500 BC.
Orange trees are widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates for the delicious sweet fruit, which is peeled or cut and eaten whole, or processed to extract its juice and also its fragrant peel.