Our Produce

The Freshest. Chemical-Free.

Our farms and farmers form the core and backbone of our operations. This is why we have woven ourselves with farm operations, making farm business our core business, walking with them from when seed is put into the soil until and throughout the harvest period. When harvesting, we select only the best varieties, mindful of preferred customer and market specifications, and pick it just when the product is at the right stage.

Certified

Our company is GlobalG.A.P. certified to export products to foreign markets.

Fresh & Healthy

Our farming methods aim to reflect the ecology of nature.

100% Organic Practice

We apply the use of natural substances in our farming practices.

Hass Avocado

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Hass Avocado

(Persea Americana)

Hass avocados have a pebbly skin that ripens from green to deep purple or nearly black, and they can vary in size from 140-360 grams. Although the skin is thick, it is relatively easy to peel. The flesh closest to the skin is pale green, and as it nears the medium-sized central stone it develops a yellow undertone. The flesh is soft, creamy, and barely fibrous, with good oil content. The flavor is rich and nutty with a slightly sweet finish. The main season runs from March to October and the fly crop November to December of every year. 

We pack our Hass avocado into 4 and 10 kg boxes. The product varies in size. The 4kg box can hold from sizes 12-24, while the 10kg can hold from sizes 26-30.

Fuerte Avocado

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Fuerte Avocado

(Persea Americana Mill)

The Fuerte avocado is often recognized as the archetypal avocado, green in color, pear-like in shape, and ranging from six to twelve ounces in size. It has smooth, medium-thin skin that peels easily, with dense, pale green flesh. It is marginally oily with a rich, creamy flavor and notes of hazelnut, and it is still considered by many to be the best tasting avocado. The Fuerte avocado tree is large and spreading, one of the more cold-hardy varieties, and the leaves have a strong anise smell when crushed. The main season runs from mid-February to October of every year. Its sizes are from 14-24, which are all packed in 4kg boxes.

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Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is oil pressed from the avocado fruit. Its mild taste and high smoke point make it a popular cooking oil, but you can also consume it raw. Avocado oil is very similar to olive oil in terms of utility and nutritional value. The main production season runs from mid February to October of every year. It is packaged into 1, 5, 10, 100 (Litres) depending on customer specifications.

Systemick Kent Mango

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Kent Mangoes

Our fresh mangoes have calories, lipids, vitamins, and potassium, all of which aid in the body’s metabolic activities. The Kent mango is dark green with the occasional red blush, and develops yellow undertones when ripe. It is packaged into 4, 5, 10 (Kg) boxes depending on customer specifications.

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Industrial Cassava

Cassava stands out as a highly adaptable crop with wide-ranging applications across numerous industries. This plant, especially its roots, can be transformed into a variety of products that find utility in the food, textile, paper, and biofuel sectors, among others. Here’s a closer look at how cassava benefits these industries:

As a renewable feedstock, cassava starch is pivotal in producing bioethanol through fermentation and distillation processes, offering an eco-friendly fuel alternative.

The cellulose-rich pulp from cassava, a starch extraction residue, finds use in the paper and pulp sector, contributing essential cellulose for papermaking.

Cassava plays a crucial role in the diets of livestock in many tropical regions, serving as a key meal for pigs, cattle, sheep, and poultry. The dried skins from cassava roots are often provided as feed for sheep and goats. Meanwhile, its raw or cooked roots are combined with protein-rich supplements like maize, sorghum, peanut, or oil-palm kernel meals, along with mineral salts, to create a nutritious mash for feeding various livestock.

In the food industry, it serves as a key ingredient in producing gluten-free flour and as a thickener in soups and sauces, thanks to its high starch content. Beyond its culinary uses, cassava starch is highly sought after in the manufacturing sector, where it’s utilized in the production of biodegradable plastics, offering a more sustainable alternative to conventional petroleum-based plastics.

In textile manufacturing, cassava starch aids in fabric sizing and finishing, imparting stiffness to fibers and facilitating the weaving process.

Extracts and starch from cassava enrich cosmetics, infusing skincare and haircare products with beneficial properties.

The adhesive qualities of cassava starch are exploited in creating glues and adhesives for broad industrial application.

Leveraging its binding and disintegrating abilities, cassava starch is integral in producing various pharmaceutical tablets and capsules.

In numerous developing nations, the consumption of bread is on the rise, leading to a growing reliance on imported wheat. Despite this trend, many of these countries cultivate cassava, which can serve as a substitute for wheat in bread production. In several regions, tapioca is a common ingredient in daily cooking practices like baking cakes and making pancakes. Therefore, reducing or eliminating wheat imports and meeting the bread demand with locally grown resources, such as cassava, would be economically beneficial for these countries. Consequently, national policies in certain countries have endorsed the processing of cassava flour.

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Macadamia Nuts

Macadamia nuts, with their rich, buttery flavor, serve a wide array of uses that go beyond just being a delicious snack. In the culinary world, they are highly prized for their versatility in both sweet and savory dishes. Crushed or whole, they add a delightful texture and depth to cookies, cakes, and breads. Macadamia nut oil, extracted from these nuts, is valued for its health benefits and high smoke point, making it an excellent choice for frying and salad dressings. Beyond the kitchen, macadamia nuts have found their place in the beauty industry. The oil is used in skincare and haircare products for its hydrating properties, helping to moisturize and strengthen. In health and nutrition, these nuts are celebrated for their high content of beneficial fats, antioxidants, and vitamins, contributing to heart health, weight management, and overall well-being. Thus, macadamia nuts are not just a treat to the palate but also a boon to health and beauty routines.

Our Packing & Packaging

Our packing equipment is cutting-edge, and we only utilize materials of the finest quality. We’ll inspect your goods before it leaves our plant so you can rest assured that it will arrive in good condition. We offer a variety of packing boxes to meet your needs:
4kg cartons (35cm x 28.5cm x 9cm) or depending on the request (in packaging carton boxes of 4kg, 5kg, and 10kg) by the client. The packaging must adhere to H.A.C.C.P. Quality Assurance Accreditation, and the packaging material must be F.D.A. certified to ensure that the product is not damaged. The boxes meet all of the relevant export requirements, cold and weight resistant.

The 4kg boxes are packed into pallets, which can hold 276 such boxes. A 40 cubic-feet container holds 20 such pallets. One, 40 cubic container can hold  5,520 4k.g-boxes.

Transportation

Our fresh avocados are delivered via the Mombasa port in CA (Controlled Atmosphere) containers on their way to Europe and the Middle East via sea. The fresh produce takes on average 15 days to arrive.

Pricing

Our real-time pricing fluctuate owing to a variety of reasons. However, as an indication, the prices (FOB) range from US$1.25 – US$1.75 per kg.  Price range per box is US$ 5 – US$ 7.5 (FOB) depending on crop season, destination and other business related factors. If a customer requets for CIF, the same shall be added. 

Payment Terms

Prepayment (via Telegraphic Transfer) is necessary for orders of less than one container each week. Payment is made by letter of credit or bank/corporate guarantee for orders more than one container per week. This is subject to existing business relations.

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