During the season 2015, Mexico exported 260 thousand tons of mango to 92 countries around the world, most notably to the United States, Canada and Japan, states Mexico´s National Health, Food Safety and Quality Service Agency (SENASICA). This volume represents an increase of 10 percent, relative the previous year, when 236,500 tons of this fruit … Continue reading MEXICO EXPORTED 260 THOUSAND TONS OF MANGO
County Farm Bureau in the Philippines reported in early February that the phenomenon of El Niño is affecting a lot of crops in the country, including bananas and vegetables. Add to this the problems of drought and rodents that were recently experienced, we could be talking about a cumulative loss of about USD 21 million. … Continue reading EL NINO AND RATS DESTROY CROPS IN THE PHILIPPINES
According to a recent article in a Chinese newspaper in the province of Yulin, the price of bananas in the country could rise dramatically in 2016.A cold wave that arrived in the region at the end of 2015 gives rises this prediction. Although ready for harvesting bananas account for only between 7% and 8% of … Continue reading CHINA: BANANAS COULD BECOME MORE EXPENSIVE BY THE COLD WAVE
Avocado (Persea americana) fruit originated in south central Mexico, roughly between 7,000 and 5,000 B.C. several millennia before this wild variety was cultivated. Archaeologists in Peru found domestic avocado seeds buried with Inca mummies dating to 750 B.C. and there is evidence that avocados were cultivated in Mexico as early as 500 B.C.
This guacamole is worth a special occasion or a celebration with our star ingredient, “Grains of Pomegranate” – the guacamole is filled with color, freshness and elegance. A sense of surprise is also created to feel the crispness of the pomegranate in every bite. This guacamole contains more surprises for your fine palate as you’ll … Continue reading GOURMET POMEGRANATE GUACAMOLE
The Spanish conquerors loved the fruit but had difficulty pronouncing its name so they changed the word of Aztec origin (¨Ahuacatl¨) for an easy word to pronounce: ¨Aguacate¨, which eventually became ¨Avocado¨ in English.The first time the name of avocado was mentioned in the English language was by Sir Henry Sloane in 1696.
Mexican Senator of the state of Nayarit, Manuel Cota Jimenez, and president of the National Farmworker Confederation in a recent meeting with the productive branches of the Confederation stressed the great opportunities for linking domestic agricultural producers with marketing companies in Mexico abroad. He considers that the production process must be reactivated for the benefit … Continue reading MEXICAN AVOCADO STRENGTH AND THE ¨COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM
Banana is a fruit of the family of Musaceas, which includes guineas and platanos. Its cultivation has spread to tropical countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. One of the particularities of banana, besides its rich flavor and its health benefits, is that its cultivation can be achieved throughout the year. The banana is … Continue reading BANANAS NUTRITION PROPERTIES AND HEALTH BENEFITS
Bananas are rich of vitamin B6; which is known to increase the level of neurotransmitters of serotonin in your bloodstream, known for regulating hormonal activity and for reducing fatigue. Serotonin´s effect to oppose depression symptoms alongside with hormonal regulation is the perfect combination for those premenstrual symptoms (PMS). If that weren´t enough, the high levels of potassium will help reduce water … Continue reading BANANAS: A WOMAN´S SAVIOR
STATEMENT: Rubbing banana peels for a couple of minutes over your teeth will whiten them in three weeks due to high levels of potassium, magnesium and manganese. DECREE: This is true to an extent, rubbing the banana peel briefly upon your healthy banana intake will help you remove surface stains for a cleaner appearance! Although it doesn´t … Continue reading THE BANANA MITHBUSTER