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Wiki Spanish Food editorial team

This week we're shining a light on DOMPAL's website. The company, which was founded in 1962, has processing plans in El Repilado, Jabugo (Huelva) and decades of experience at production centers in Guijuelo. The company raises Ibérico pigs in their ideal, natural habitat, among holm and cork oaks in Jabugo and Guijuelo. Its expert ham artisans work hard to obtain unique pieces with unforgettable flavor. Ham is considered one of Spain's most emblematic and popular products, both at home and abroad.

It produces its cured Serrano hams, which have been recognized by experts for their "Excellence", in San Vicente del Raspeig and Segovia. Since inception, DOMPAL has offered a selection of gourmet products, in addition to its ham, with the result that it has become the go-to brand for the most discerning palates and people in search of the best Spanish products. In 2010, DOMPAL was awarded the Gold Medal from the German Butchers' Association.

Web design

The homepage features large photos of the company's products which can be viewed by clicking on the side arrows. The menu at the top of the page offers the possibility of changing the language, to French, German and English. The dropdown menus offer information about ham, corporate information (history, quality certifications, videos), the product range (hams, cheeses, wines, gourmet products), facilities (with a brief description of each site), and access to social media (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn). Visitors can learn more about products as each has its own photo and a brief description. In the footer, people can sign up for the newsletter, read the company's most recent tweets, and find contact information.

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