Tropical Fruits

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  1. Thai Guava Seedless

    Thai Guava Seedless


    Thai guavas are generally the size of a softball with apple green skin that can range from bumpy to smooth.  The flesh is white with pale yellow seeds and tends to be drier than pink guavas.  They are mildly sweet with a little fragrance.  They have crunchy flesh and hard seeds, both are edible. Learn More
  2. Avocados



    Avocados are a stone fruit with a creamy texture that grow in warm climates and are often a feature of Mexican and South American cuisine. Learn More
  3. White Dragonfruits

    White Dragonfruits


    White Dragon Fruits' white flesh and the tiny black seeds distributed across the flesh of the dragon fruit are edible and nutritious. White Dragon fruit is also low in calories and can offer several health benefits when consumed in moderation and as part of a balanced diet. In addition to its nutritional value and health promoting effects, the dragon fruit is praised for its appetizing crunchy texture and refreshing, sweet flavor which is like a cross between kiwi and pear.

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  4. Dole Regular Cavendish Banana

    Dole Regular Cavendish Banana


    "Regular Cavendish bananas that everyone loves. The most widely cultivated variety of ready-to-eat bananas in the world, the Cavendish banana was named after William Cavendish, the 6th Duke of Devonshire. He had a keen interest in horticulture and acquired a banana specimen in the early 1800s, which he grew in his extensive conservatories. Nutritious and convenient, bananas are available all year. Bananas are without a doubt one of the tastiest, healthiest convenience foods that are available all year round. They are an excellent source of carbohydrate, the preferred fuel for muscle activity. The riper the banana is, the easier it is to digest and access this carbohydrate." Learn More
  5. Dole Senorita Baby Banana

    Dole Senorita Baby Banana


    Dole Sweet Senoritas are a variety that is one of the smallest sized bananas grown in the Philippines. They are highly valued in their native countries for their exceptionally sweet taste and creamy texture. Dole has to be very careful when harvesting the Senorita banana as they have very thin skins that naturally tend to split when they ripen. They are transported with utmost care in Dole reefer ships so that we can enjoy their special flavor. Sweet Senoritas are best eaten fresh as a snack but can be used in the same way as ordinary bananas (1 carton consist 20 packets) Learn More
  6. Dole Hawaii Solo Papaya

    Dole Hawaii Solo Papaya


    Papayas are Fat, cholesterol and sodium free, good source of fiber, potassium and folate, excellent source of vitamins A and C. Research shows that compared to 40 other fruits, papayas are the number one source for your Daily Recommended Intake (DRI) of nine different vitamins, potassium and fiber. You get all that goodness for only 55 calories per serving. And thanks to its unique property of being high in both vitamin A and C, papayas are a superfood for your skin and immunity. (1 carton consist of 8 pieces) Learn More
  7. Dole Pineapple

    Dole Pineapple


    Dole Pineapples MG3 have a regal air about them, possibly due to the top section of the pineapple being referred to as a “crown.” The golden fruit inside the pineapple shell offers a rich sweetness that may also add to its regal image. Fresh pineapples are not only tasty, they also are the only known source of bromelain, an enzyme with anti-inflammatory properties. Learn More
  8. Ecuador Yellow Passion Fruit

    Ecuador Yellow Passion Fruit


    Sweet and Juicy Yellow passion Fruit from Ecuador Learn More
  9. Thai Honey Longans

    Thai Honey Longans


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    Thai Honey Longans Learn More

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