The carob, used in the past as livestock feed and sometimes as a substitute for chocolate, is in fashion.
The growing number of people aware of the consumption of sustainable products that do not involve the consumption of animal proteins has skyrocketed the price of carob in recent years.
Producing and transforming carob into healthy and sustainable products in the place where it is harvested, reduces processing costs, increases the profit of the farmer and investors in this raw material that is back in fashion.
The Lescovex carob is produced by the Mediterranean Sea in the El Maestrazgo area, Les coves de Vinromá. Spain. Meeting the highest production standards, the local market is now available worldwide.
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