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日本フレッシュフーズ株式会社  Farm "Tanabe" is, of Ecuador, South America is the world's largest banana exporter, Mr. Masahiro Tanabe Japanese banana has been raised is 300m above sea level.

日本フレッシュフーズ株式会社 Farm "Tanabe" is, of Ecuador, South America is the world's largest banana exporter, Mr. Masahiro Tanabe Japanese banana has been raised is 300m above sea level.

One of the staple foods of Ecuador, the humble banana and its many varieties.

One of the staple foods of Ecuador, the humble banana and its many varieties.

QR codes pinned onto fruit by “Banana Ambassador” from Ecuador

QR codes pinned onto fruit by “Banana Ambassador” from Ecuador

Organic Bananas in El Oro, Ecuador

Organic Bananas in El Oro, Ecuador

Have you tried Baby Bananas before? They are only about a third the size of a regular large banana -- perfect when you only need a smaller amount of this potassium-loaded fruit. Each baby banana has just 80 calories and contain all the same goodness of their larger counterparts. Read more on this cool article from Self Magazine:

Omigosh, How Cute Are Turbana's BabyBananas?

Have you tried Baby Bananas before? They are only about a third the size of a regular large banana -- perfect when you only need a smaller amount of this potassium-loaded fruit. Each baby banana has just 80 calories and contain all the same goodness of their larger counterparts. Read more on this cool article from Self Magazine:

Sometimes the reasons to buy organic go beyond the health of the earth and your family.  In Ecuador flagmen (often clothed only in jeans and Tshirts) are employed to guide in the crop spraying planes in the knowledge that they face 'a slow death'. Workers risk cancer, sterility or other serious diseases from pesticide poisoning.

Why I buy organic bananas

Sometimes the reasons to buy organic go beyond the health of the earth and your family. In Ecuador flagmen (often clothed only in jeans and Tshirts) are employed to guide in the crop spraying planes in the knowledge that they face 'a slow death'. Workers risk cancer, sterility or other serious diseases from pesticide poisoning.

Wilson Sanchez, organic bananas farmer Muyuyacu Ecuador.

Wilson Sanchez, organic bananas farmer Muyuyacu Ecuador.

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