Hence, counting on partners as Sigma Biotech is essential to undertake continuous lines of work that revert to innovative products and solutions, regardless of both the business structure and the link of the value chain to which they belong.


In Sigma Biotech we act in all sectors of the industry:


· Fats and oils.

· Dairy products.

· Fish and Seafood (Fresh and Frozen Fish and Shellfish, Prepared and Tinned Fish and Seafood).

· Baking industry and others (Confectionery, Flour and Pasta Products, Ingredients, Baking industry, Patisserie and Biscuits, Miscellaneous Edible Preparations, Frozen Processed Products).

· Live plants and floriculture products.

· Meat Products (Fresh and Frozen Meat, Ham and Shoulder, Processed Meat).

· Horticultural Products (Animal Feed, Tinned Fruits and Vegetables, Nuts, Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables, Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits)

· Soft Drinks (Mineral Water, Must, Other Soft Drinks, Juices), Alcoholic Beverages (Brandy, Other Alcoholic Drinks) and Wine (other wines, QWpsr -Quality Wines Produced in Specified Regions or Protected Geographical Indications-, Vinos de la Tierra, Table Wines).

· Live animals and their products.






Agribusiness is defined as the economic activity involving the production, industrialization and commercialization of agricultural, forest and biological products.


Sigma Biotech deals with the advice on the processing of products of agriculture, livestock, forestry resources and fishery, among others and on processing products for food consumption, including quality processes, classification (by size), packaging and storage of agricultural production, as well as subsequent processing coming from by-products of the original raw materials, allowing the return in a new production cycle.


Hence, the first link of food chain has a technology partner that provides high-value advice in the production and/or processing of agricultural products, fresh processed and preserved with all their organoleptic characteristics. Therefore, at this point the studies of lifespan of these products gain relevance, being essential to find the necessary technological tools for their optimal preservation.