- At the company’s stand at the Tarancón Trade Fair Park, it displays a wide variety of its cured and Iberian products, as well as its new line of ready-to-eat dishes based on traditional recipes of La Mancha gastronomy
- The opening ceremony held this morning was attended by Clemente Loriente, CEO of Incarlopsa, who took the opportunity to talk and exchange impressions with the promoters of this new edition of FERACAM.
Incarlopsa, a leading company from Castilla-La Mancha in the production and processing of pork products, is one of the more than 60 companies and organizations participating in the twentieth edition of the Regional Food Fair of Castilla-La Mancha (FERACAM), which after several years without being organized due to restrictions resulting from the pandemic, is once again being held in Tarancón (Cuenca), the municipality where Incarlopsa was born more than 40 years ago.
From today until May 7, the Fair Park of the town hosts a new edition of this meeting where you want to value the variety and quality of food in the region and that has Pepe Rodriguez, chef of the restaurant El Bohio de Illescas, National Gastronomy Award 2010 for best head chef awarded by the Royal Spanish Academy of Gastronomy, jury of one of the most recognized cooking shows on Spanish television and born in Toledo, as ambassador of the fair.
With its presence, Incarlopsa wanted to support an initiative that, year after year, gains weight and recognition in the agri-food sector, which provides a meeting point for companies in the region to share their concerns and their vision of the present and future of the agri-food sector of La Mancha and gives visibility to the wide gastronomic variety present in Castilla-La Mancha.
Clemente Loriente, CEO of Incarlopsa, attended the official opening of FERACAM this morning and exchanged impressions with the promoters of this initiative at the company’s stand at the Tarancón Trade Fair Park. A stand that also hosts a sample of the wide variety of cured and Iberian products that Incarlopsa markets under its commercial brands Loriente and Félix de Múrtiga, as well as its new range of ready-to-eat ready meals, focused on traditional recipes of the gastronomy of La Mancha and whose production is carried out in Cuenca.