Philippine Farming Project

Peed Bros Farms & Trading Corporation

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The location of this company is in the wonderful country of the Philippines where you can find some of the happiest people in the world! Where we are growing premium Cavendish Banana!

As a matter of fact, in 2012 we established a fruit exporting company. This company is focusing on the supply of premium Cavendish Banana supplying customers located in Russia, South Korea, and China. In addition, our primary focus fruit is the Cavendish banana, with smaller exports of fresh pineapple and some of the world’s best mango.

Since 2012 we have expanded our operations to include our own plantation. This has helped us to ensure the Cavendish Banana quality, appearance and taste for the consumer. Above all, we continually strive to provide high-quality fruit with the best agronomy methods ensuring some of the sweetest natural Cavendish bananas on the market today.

Our current projects to date are setting up micro farms for small hectare production. We have put a lot of hard work, education and long hours into these projects. We assist the local farmers in producing products they can sell locally or add to export shipments. This helps local farmers to have a better income, increasing their knowledge in agronomy, and sets the future for the younger generation of farmers.

Please visit our sister website for Peed Bros Farms for all ordering details, contracted fruit orders, and or contact information.


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Premium Cavendish Banana Box


Cavendish Banana from Peed Bros Farms Company

A Cavendish banana is the fruit of a banana cultivar belonging to the Cavendish subgroup of the AAA cultivar group. The same term is also used to describe the plants on which the bananas grow.

They include commercially important cultivars like ‘Dwarf Cavendish‘ and ‘Grand Nain‘. Since the 1950s, these cultivars have been the most internationally traded bananas,[1] replacing the Gros Michel banana after crops of the latter were devastated by Panama disease.

“The poor are hungry and their hunger traps them in poverty” – World Food Program

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