On their farm in the Poirino countryside on the Carmagnola road, the Gariglio brothers, both agronomists, seek to make the lowest possible impact on the environment by limiting mechanization and showing the utmost respect for nature. On their 26 hectares of land, they grow typical local fruit and vegetables such as beefsteak tomatoes, cabbage, fennel, eggplant, runner beans and peaches. Their loose, fertile soil is also conducive to the cultivation of sweet melons and water melons. The farm is a member of the Consortia of the Carmagnola Pepper producers and Santena asparagus producers.
Free-range hens ensure top-quality fresh eggs and beehives positioned here and there among the crops (evidence of the salubriousness of the environment) produce excellent honey. Seventy or so Savoiarda sheep, a species on the verge of extinction, also offer their contribution to cut the use of weedkillers to a bare minimum. In addition to the farm shop in Poirino, there is also a stall in Chieri (open from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm). An efficient home delivery service is also available with an app, downloadable from online stores.