Cavendish Banana

To begin with, Cavendish banana is the fruit of a banana cultivar belonging to the Cavendish subgroup.

Cavendish bananas accounted for 47% of global banana production between 1998 and 2000, and the vast majority of bananas entering international trade.

People use fruits of the Cavendish bananas in different ways. They eat them raw, use in baking, fruit salads, fruit compotes, and to complement foods. The outer skin is partially green when sold in food markets, and turns yellow when it ripens. As it ripens the starches turn to sugar making a sweeter fruit. When it reaches its final stage (stage 7), brown/black “sugar spots” develop. When overripe, the skin turns black and the flesh becomes mushy. Bananas ripen naturally until picking. Once picked they will turn yellow on their own and need to be gassed with ethylene gas to start ripening again. Bananas which are turning yellow emit ethylene. Most retailers sell bananas in stages 3–6, with stage 4 being the most ideal. 

Growing of Cavendish bananas generated the highest revenue and created the most number of jobs among the other subsectors in the agriculture industry in 2013, according to the final results of the Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry released recently by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

Fresh Cavendish Banana reefer container loads available for export. Minimum order one container

Moreover, long-term contract farm pricing available.

We offer fresh ready to ship Cavendish Premium Bananas. Customers can use one of our three boxes. For our contract customer, we recommend registering a box for your brand. 

Moreover, we offer direct contract growing to ensure quality and supply for purchasing needs and regularly scheduled shipments. 

For countries serviced, packaging details, available quantity please make contact with us on our contact page.