The Agrifood City is a project that is unique in the world

It is a pioneering business park where infrastructures and services are shared in a sustainable way in order to enhance the competitiveness of companies.

1.2M square metres at the service of the agrifood sector, with all services centralised and an outstanding geostrategic location.

The project arose with the aim of creating a critical mass within the agrifood sector, with common growth and development objectives, which would bring growth to this sector and consolidate this market, and the Agrifood City itself, as a national and international reference.

It has an economic development plan, where investments in specific agrifood industry infrastructure converge.

The project has involved an investment of over €80M.

The entire value chain is concentrated in one place:

  • Production companies
  • Service companies
  • Logistics companies
  • Infrastructure
  • Services and institutions supporting the industry

Mission, Vision and Goals

All set to increase your profitability

The Agrifood City has the MISSION to save costs and effort for companies in the agrifood sector.



Its VISION focuses on becoming a business park of national and international renown, where infrastructures are shared in a sustainable way and where innovation and training services are offered.



To improve the competitiveness of companies and strengthen industry growth.
To promote research on and development of agroindustrial products and production processes.
To strengthen the image of quality and differentiation.
To promote the creation of new agrifood companies and the generation of qualified employment.
To enable the interconnection of processes among the different players in the agrifood value chain: Raw ingredient suppliers, service companies, processors, distributors and marketers


Tudela, strategic meeting point

The Agrifood City is located in Tudela, a town of great geostrategic interest.

It is equidistant from the main national consumption centres, has direct communication networks that link it to the main cities of the country, and has easy access to the rest of the European Union. It is directly accessed from the from the A-68.

It has a significant population and natural resources, such as large farmland areas and water, to be expanded with the construction of the Canal de Navarra.

It is one of the central cities of the Ebro Valley, home to national leaders in the production of fresh, preserved, frozen, pre-prepared and pre-cooked products.

Why invest in Tudela?

  • STRATEGIC PLACE EQUIDISTANT from the main national consumption centres.
  • EBRO VALLEY nerve centre.
  • Concentration of leading companies in the national agrifood market.
  • Significant population.
  • Availability of industrial land and farmland.
  • Water availability
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