Our Produce

We pride ourselves in exporting high quality fresh produce that has always competed in the global market and emerged the best

The produce includes but not limited to:

FRUITS
Hass avocado
Fuerte avocado
Kent mango
Apple mango
Ngowe mango
Banana
Custard Apple
Passion fruit
Papaya

VEGETABLES
Fine beans
Sugar snaps
Mangetout
Karela
Okra
Aubergine
Dudhi
Sweet corn
Baby carrots

Hass Avocado

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Hass Avocado

The Hass avocado is a large-sized fruit weighing 200 to 300 grams. When ripe, the skin becomes a dark purplish-black and yields to gentle pressure. When ready to serve, it becomes white-green in the middle part of the inner fruit.

Avocados are a fun food to eat, they’re nutritious, and they’re a good source of monounsaturated fat, which can reduce your risk of heart disease.

A recent study found that LDL (or “bad”) cholesterol was lowered when people replaced the saturated fat in their diet with one Hass avocado a day. The study also found decreases in the LDL particle number and the ratio of LDL to HDL (“good” cholesterol), suggesting avocados have even more cardiovascular benefits. Researchers concluded that avocados may protect the heart in a similar way as olive oil and nuts do in the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet.

Fuerte Avocado

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Fuerte avocado

The Fuerte avocado is the second largest commercial variety behind Hass  valued for its winter season ripening and its B-Type blossom type which most growers plant adjacent to the Hass for a more consistent production cycle. This

Marketable size, an attractive green color, oil content ideal, flavor excellent, unique and
long season. December to April, avoids competition with most other fruits and
vegetables. The skin peels readily during mid-season. Easy to tell by gentle pressure
when ready to eat. Does not discolor soon after cutting and dicing. It endures picking,
hauling, packing, cold storage and transportation. On retail stand shows aging decline
first by spots on the skin rather than around the seed.
Of course the total avocado crop varies widely from year to year due to weather,
alternation and other influences. The Fuerte differs little in this respect from other
varieties.avocado tends to produce heavily in alternate years.

Apple Mango

03.

apple mango

A mango cultivar bearing large fruits with reddish skin.

mangos are very crucial in a human body as shown below.

  • Packed With Nutrients.
  • High in Antioxidants
  • May Boost Immunity
  • May Support Heart Health. 
  • May Improve Digestive Health.
  • May Support Eye Health
  • May Improve Hair and Skin Health. 
  • May Help Lower Your Risk of Certain Cancers.
ngowe mango

04.

ngowe mango

Ngowe is the most easily recognized of the local mango fruits. It is large, long and slender with a very prominent hook-like beak at the apex . From pale green, the fruit develops to a most attractive yellow to orange colour when ripe.

Several studies claim that foods that are low in energy density or calories per gram make great food for weight loss. These fruits fill you up on fewer calories. Mangoes have 0.6 calories per gram making it very low-density fruit. It is no more a secret that foods with high fibre content are great for weight loss.

Kent Mango

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kent mango

The fruit typically weighs 20 to 26 ounces (570–740 g), is of oval shape, and has a rich, sweet flavor. It will usually turn a greenish-yellow color with some red blush as it matures. 

Kent mango is high in fiber, mangoes are also a comfort food that can really  make you feel better – rich in vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants, mangoes contain an enzyme with stomach-soothing properties similar to the papain found in papayas, which acts as a digestive aid.

Potatoes

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potatoes

The potato is a root vegetable native to the Americas, a starchy tuber of the plant Solanum tuberosum, and the plant itself is a perennial in the nightshade family, Solanaceae. They belong to eight or nine species, depending on the taxonomic school. Apart from the 5,000 cultivated varieties, there are about 200 wild species and subspecies, many of which can be cross-bred with cultivated varieties. Cross-breeding has been done repeatedly to transfer resistances to certain pests and diseases from the gene pool of wild species to the gene pool of cultivated potato species.

The potato’s fiber, potassiumvitamin C, and vitamin B6 content, coupled with its lack of cholesterol, all support heart health. Potatoes contain significant amounts of fiber. Fiber helps lower the total amount of cholesterol in the blood, thereby decreasing the risk of heart disease.

Red Onions

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Red Onions

Red onions are most often used in salads, salsas, and other raw preparations for their color and relatively mild flavor. The lovely red color becomes washed out during cooking.

Scientists have linked onions with many health benefits. Most of the benefits come from antioxidants. Research shows that one particular antioxidant, called quercetin, protects health in several ways. One study shows that quercetin fights inflammation and boosts the immune system.

Gooseberry

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Gooseberry

gooseberry is said to aid in weight loss and this fruit must be added to your everyday diet. Gooseberry also speeds up your metabolism and flushes out the bad toxins from your body. It also aids in goods digestion which means that the faster your food gets digested, the more hungry you may feel.

Green Mango

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Green Mango

Unripe green mangoes help in treating liver disorders because they increase the secretion of bile acids and clean the intestines of bacterial infections. They also have more Antioxidants and Vitamin C than ripe mangoes. These antioxidant properties protect the body against cancer and cardiovascular diseases.