The plant in La Pobla de Lillet, which will exclusively make products from the tapas range, will allow the company to double its cold meat production capacity within the next five years. The new installations will also allow it to incorporate new ingredients into the range, including vegetables and fish.

The new plant guarantees a production capacity in accordance with the demand of the external markets, which account for 91% of the invoicing of the Espuña tapas range. This will allow the company to consolidate its commercial relations with France, England and Germany and expand into new markets such as Canada and the United States.

The new factory will be focused on producing the company's tapas range.

The plant in La Pobla de Lillet consolidates the company's firm commitment to the international market.

The opening of the plant

The opening of the plant

Together with the company directors, the opening of the plant was attended by Artur Mas i Gavarró, President of the Generalitat, Felip Puig, Regional Minister of Business and Employment, Juli Gendrau Farguell, Territorial Delegate of the Government of the Generalitat in Central Catalonia, and Vicenç Linares, Mayor of La Pobla de Lillet, among other authorities.