The difference you can tell:
Breed and territory

Our products come from pigs from the Duroc breed, which has been awarded Protected Ham/ Pork Shoulder from Teruel Designation of Origin status, the muscular infiltration and organoleptic characteristics of which are excellent, which imparts exceptional quality to the meat.

Portesa is a livestock company that is developing a raw material evaluation project, transforming them at the place where they are produced into products of differentiated quality.

Pork livestock breeding at farms located in the province of Teruel with an optimum level of animal welfare.

Feed factory for the optimal feeding of its livestock.

Integrated production process: genetics, selection of the best cereals, farming...

Sustainability and circular economy as business quality models.

Portesa, along with Cartesa and Aire Sano, form part of an integrated production process, achieving a traceability process for its products that is a benchmark throughout Europe. Our commitment towards, and our concern for, the territory leads us to be constantly researching and innovating in sustainability and residue recovery models, fully in line with what is referred to as the circular economy.


    • Paternal line: 100% Duroc (provides high organoleptic quality)
    • Maternal line (hybrid): 50% Landrace + 50% Large White
    • Designation of Origin Pork from Teruel:
      50% Duroc / 25% Landrace / 25% Large White
  • LIFETIME: 9-10 months
  • • LIVE WEIGHT: 130-140 Kg


Portesa has 4 centres of its own at its disposal as well as many associated farms in the following towns: Alba del Campo, Aliaga, Alfambra, Argente, Bañon, Camañas, Caude, Caminreal, Cella, Cedrillas, Cubla, Fuentes Claras, Galve, Guadalaviar, Martin del Rio, Monreal del Campo, Santa Eulalia del Campo, La Puebla de Valverde, Perales del Alfambra, El Pobo, Ojos Negros, Terriente, Torremocha del Jiloca. , Villafranca del Campo, Villastar, Valbona, Villaquemado, Villalba, Vivel del Rio Martin.

1 La Solana Artificial Insemination Centre

Crta Santa Eulalia a Camañas, Camañas ,44167, Teruel

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2 "Lomas Rasas" suckling pig production farm

Camañas Livestock Expansion Area, Camañas, 44167, Teruel

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3 "Cañalafuente" suckling pig production farms

Crta. N-234 Km 163,5 Singra,44382, Teruel

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4 "Las Fuentes" suckling pig production farm

Crta Aliaga Km 8,600 Hinojosa de Jarque, 44157, Teruel

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Animal nutrition

Animal nutrition

Portesa has a modern feed factory, situated in the town of Cella, with production capacity of up to 32 tonnes per hour, that disposes of a fully computerised production system and cutting-edge technology.

Portesa has a raw material supply agreement, for consumption in the factory, with the Teruel Cereals Cooperative. The cooperative has a vast and modern cereal storage network, which allows us to guarantee in quantity and quality the best fodder for feeding our pork livestock.

Where we are

Portesa, with central offices in Teruel, diversifies its production centres throughout upper Teruel, avoiding areas of touristic interest, being responsive to harmonious provincial development. It has 3 suckling pig production centres of its own, Lomas Rasas (Camañas), Cañalafuente (Singra) and Las Fuentes (Hinojosa de Jarque), with a total of 9,000 breeding mother pigs that produce 190,000 piglets (Teruel D.O. pork). Our "La Solana" Insemination Centre is located in Camañas, with a total of 100 Duroc males and the feed factory is in Cella. Constant R+D+i work, as well as by monitoring each and every process, allows us to improve continuously to obtain suckling pigs with extraordinary genetic qualities.

Portesa's central offices

La Paz Industrial Estate, c/ Lisboa, Teruel

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Where we are

Quality Quality policy

We operate under a Quality Management System that is regularly documented and verified for suitability, effectiveness and continuous improvement. The final result is to guarantee the achievement of the following objectives:

  • To guarantee the maximum degree of animal wellbeing throughout the production process.
  • Total transparency in all phases of production.
  • To ensure optimum hygiene-sanitary levels of the pigs produced to guarantee our customers of the safety of the foodstuffs produced from them
  • To ensure the satisfaction of customers and other interested parties.
  • To ensure the satisfaction of our employees.
  • To ensure economic efficiency.
  • To ensure that all external communication follows and is in line with the company’s quality policy.


Integrated production system that allows us to monitor; the production and selection of the best cereals to feed our pigs, the management, breeding and fattening of the same, until we obtain our exquisite Teruel ham. This whole process has been awarded the following certifications:

  • ISO 9001/2015 in livestock
  • For all this, we have been awarded the following prizes, among others:
  • Best Spanish agro-food company
  • Aragonex entrepreneurship prize
  • Technological Innovation Prize

Portesa participates in the
European project BBTWINS


Portesa works on the optimization of the agri-food value chain processes.

Portesa participates in the European project BBTWINS (digital twins) whose objective is to optimize the processes of the agri-food value chain and increase the quality of the available biomass, for a better use and further processing.

The platform is a real-time digital replica of the company's physical process that can be examined, altered and tested without interaction with the real world under different conditions, thus avoiding negative impact on the real world.

Through meat production it is demonstrated how to integrate, in a single value chain, both the entire agri-food value chain (from crop to final product) and the raw materials generated at all steps.

BBTWINS combines cutting-edge digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence (ia), machine learning, internet of things (iot), blockchain, software analytics and, big data, to predict the optimal pre-treatment and route for each raw material.

The project has a duration of 48 months and a BBI JU contribution of 4,053,705€

This project has received funding from the Biological Industries (AU) Joint Undertaking under grant agreement no. 101023334 The Joint Undertaking is supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program and the Biological Industries Consortium.


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