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July 26th 2019 | Announcements, Events
Earlier this month we welcomed junior football stars Iniciativa7 Mexico to the UK for a second round of football fun.
At Allfresch we supply up to 45 containers of organic bananas every week.
Sourced from our trusted partners in Mexico, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic, we offer a year-round supply programme, wholesale and spot offer to customers across the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
Together we aim to bring organic and organic Fairtrade bananas into the mainstream, making them the consumers choice, every time!
Organic farming methods minimise the human impact on the environment. Common practices include wide crop rotations, limits on the use of chemicals and pesticides, use of natural fertilisers and selection of species that are adapted to local conditions.
Organic produce is certified and offers consumers food assurance. This means that consumers can be assured that the certified bananas that they eat have been produced using natural processes which inevitably have less impact on their bodies and the environment.
Organics is an important growth area for us and we are committed to sustainable and transparent sourcing. It is our ongoing aim to develop our producers whilst minimising the impact of production on the environment.
To meet these aims our Quality Assurance Officers work closely with our suppliers at the source. Regular residue sampling, full traceability and the operation of rigid controls throughout all stages of the supply chain ensure that the bananas meet the requirements of both our customers and organic certifications.
Organic green banana programmes are available all year round and are delivered to various ports across Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia.
The bananas are typically packed in 13.5kg, 17kg and 18kg printed cluster bags, branded tape, in a Polybag or loose. To discuss volumes, pricing and availability please contact us.
Source: Dan Koeppel “The fate of the fruit that changed the world.”