665 637 509 oficina@cantria.cat
Agrobotiga Botiga Barcelona
Botiga Barcelona
Carrer sant Pere Més Alt 76

Why organic?

Little by little, often without realising, the current capitalist system of runaway consumption is depleting the planet's natural resources. All life, without exception, is seriously affected by the degradation of ecosystems.

Concerned by these pressing environmental issues, at Can Tria Ecològic we are doing our bit to weave new models of production, consumption and human relationships that allow us to live in harmony with the natural environment.

This is why:

  • We use organic methods and take care of our environment, without degrading or poisoning it
  • We produce organic vegetables and fruits to ensure a healthy diet
  • We have a workshop with a wood-fired oven where we produce artisan bread using organically grown products and totally free of additives, preservatives or colourings. Bread made in this way is kinder on our digestive system, making digestion easier.
  • We offer the opportunity to purchase directly from the producer. We reduce the ecological footprint of our products by selling locally and cutting out intermediaries. And we ensure a fair price; both for the farmer and the consumer.
  • We defend food sovereignty and oppose agribusiness, GMOs, monocultures and biotechnology. 
  • In recognition of our organic farming methods we have been awarded the CCPAE certification, guaranteeing that all production processes undertaken at Can Tria Ecològic respect current European organic farming regulations.
  • We grow a wide variety of vegetables, and regularly rotate the crops. In this way we are able to balance the fertility of the soil, achieve improved plant health and enjoy a great diversity of homegrown vegetables. 
  • We sell our own vegetables directly to the consumer shortly after harvesting.  As a result, the customer enjoys a fresher product of premium quality. We guarantee the traceability of all our organic vegetables because we have produced them ourselves.
  • We apply animal manure to the fields, and we also produce our own chemical-free green fertilizers to nourish and restructure the land. We also incorporate bokashi as organic fertilizer.
  • We respect the natural growing seasons, making use of a planting calendar and some biodynamic methods. 
  • We make our own phytosanitary products using infusions of macerated medicinal plants such as nettle, field horsetail, comfrey…
  • We do not use any type of insecticide or synthetic herbicide. 
  • We respect and encourage the presence of natural fauna on our farm: birds, amphibians, mammals, insects, bees… A high degree of biodiversity helps to create a resilient ecosystem which is beneficial for the health of our crops.
  • We have beehives positioned around the farm to facilitate pollination, and which additionally give us a production of honey.


Most of our products are grown outdoors in the region of Maresme, where they enjoy a mild climate typical of the Mediterranean. We also have five greenhouses where we grow vegetables to avoid the risk of frost, and protected from the wind. This allows us to bring forward or lengthen the growing season of some vegetables. What’s more we have excellent quality water that improves the structure of the vegetables.

We produce all kinds of seasonal vegetables in order to be able to offer you a wide variety of fresh vegetables throughout the year.

Our breads

Our breads are completely handmade and organic.

  • Our wild yeast sourdough starters have been used in Can Tria since the Summer of 2017 to produce tasty and healthy bread with a unique local charm.
  • The day before cooking, the stone oven is heated slowly with wood until it reaches a very high temperature. At this point the ash is removed, and the residual heat gradually reduces to the optimal temperature.
  • Dough production begins, accompanied by manual and mechanical kneading, and the necessary proving time. Through this labour of love the bread dough slowly takes on its shape, colour and flavour.
  • The dough proves a second time in wicker bannetons lined with cotton cloth, before being baked on the hot stone.

Currently we make the following artesan breads:

  • Seed bread (500 g) 60% wholemeal spelt + 40% wholemeal rye.
  • Spelt bread (500 g) 80% wholemeal spelt + 20% white spelt.
  • Walnut focaccia (450 g) 30% wholemeal spelt + 70% white spelt.
  • Round walnut loaf (700 g) 30% wholemeal spelt + 70% white spelt.
  • Rye bread (600 g) 80% wholemeal rye + 20% wholemeal aurora florence.
  • Chocolate bread (300 g) 70% white spelt + 30% wholemeal spelt.
  • Olive bread (500 g) 30% wholemeal spelt + 70% white spelt.
  • Buckwheat and corn bread (750 g) 60% whole buckwheat + 40% wholegrain corn.
  • Round grain loaf (700 g) Florence aurora + kamut + valbona: 80% whole grain + 20% white.
  • Kamut bread (600 g) 80% wholemeal kamut + 20% florence aurora.
  • Spelt chapata (500 g) 30% wholemeal spelt + 70% white spelt.

Honey and bees

We have established a collaborative relationship with Brèscat, a small beekeeping farm. We provide our crops and a privileged environment free of chemical toxins, and in exchange their bees help us pollinate our crops and increase the biodiversity of our environment.

Brèscat work with the European Dark Bee (apis mellifera mellifera), contributing to the conservation of this indigenous bee. Moreover, they adopt organic and sustainable beekeeping methods, and produce delicious honey!

Home-delivered organic vegetable boxes

We are delighted to deliver our organic vegetable boxes directly to your home, for anyone living in the city of Barcelona. Unfortunately, being a small business, we are currently not able to offer deliveries to other areas.

Farmers' Markets

Following the long tradition of farmers selling directly to the consumer, we are delighted to attend street markets every Saturday morning in Barcelona.  

Can Tria Ecològic participates in the Farmers’ Markets organised by the Solidarity Consumption Network, where we bring our complete range freshly harvested vegetables.  

Farmers’ Markets are an opportunity to find organic, local and seasonal products from small local producers, including: organic fruit and vegetables, eggs, bread, cakes, artisan cheeses, oils, sausages, wine and beers, preserves, honey, natural cosmetics… and also fair trade products.

In addition to offering a space for responsible commerce, both ecologically and socially, the Farmer’s Markets organise free workshops for adults and children alike to enjoy and learn, such as children’s cooking workshops, product tastings, workshops exploring food preparation techniques, and other activities for children!

The Farmers’ Markets are possible thanks to the valuable and voluntary participation of the residents of the neighborhood, who help to assemble, dismantle the stalls, and make possible all the activities that are carried out during the event.  We are extremely grateful to each and every one of them.


  • Every Saturday morning in Fort Pienc (Pl. André Malraux, Barcelona) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Every Saturday morning in the Esquerra de l’Eixample (Espai
    Germanetes between Consell de Cent / Comte Borrell) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Every Saturday morning in Plaça Maragall (Guinardó, Barcelona) from 10 am to 2 p.m.
  • Every Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 1p.m. in Cardedeu (Near the Santa Maria church, between the Cànoves road and c/ Lluís Llibre).


  • Every Sunday at the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona (on C/ Provença, between C/Sicília and C/Sardenya) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

If the market day coincides with a bank holiday, the market is usually not held.

Farmers' Market Location and Days:


  • Every Tuesday evening, from 5-8pm, at Can Bonamic Centre de Creació (Sant Esteve de Palautordera) 
  • Every Tuesday at C/ Puríssima Concepció 28 in Poble-sec, Barcelona; from 5pm to 8 pm.


  • Every Thursday in Plaça Jardins Montserrat (between c/ Rocafort and c/ de Còrsega Barcelona) from 5 pm to 8:30 pm.