Complete control of the production and supply chain ensures the high quality of Rigoni di Asiago products. The chain is supervised by the operation centre of Asiago, which is responsible for the strategic management of the business.

The production site is located among the pristine green mountains of the Asiago Plateau: about 6,000 tonnes of fruit are processed here each year.

The entire cycle is automated and controlled by state-of-the-art technology; all the steps are recorded to ensure traceability of the raw ingredients used.

The finished product is then stored at the logistics centre in Albaredo d’Adige (Verona), which was expanded in 2017 to cope with the growing demand. In 2018, a new production site with state-of-the-art equipment and technology was opened here.


Rigoni di Asiago has always processed its own raw materials ingredients, which come from their own farms or from trusted beekeepers who have long-term exclusive agreements with us. All crops and hives are organic and subject to strict controls multiple times a year.

Italian farmers and beekeepers are our suppliers of Italian honey and Mediterranean fruit such as oranges, lemons, mandarins, peaches and apricots, figs, plums, and cherries.

Our own organic crops, however, are in Bulgaria: this is where much of the high-quality fruit needed to make Fiordifrutta comes from, thanks also to the particularly favourable climate. All crops and farms in Bulgaria are supervised by Italian agronomists who specialise in organic farming.

We receive more than 5,500 tons of fruit per year, including strawberries, wild berries, blackberries, bilberries, wild blueberries, visciole sour cherries, raspberries, currants, gooseberries, apples, blueberries, and sloes.


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