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Carton Box 18.14kg
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Carton Box 18.14kg
Available Specifications:
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Packaging Type: Carton Box - 18.14kg Net Weight
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Processed Style: Fresh
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Incoterms: FOB
Period
Weeks
Base Price*
per unit
Weekly Change
Oct 18, 2021 - Oct 24, 2021
Carton Box 18.14kg
$8.10 / -
-6.9%
Carton Box 18.14kg
$8.70 / -
-4.3%
Carton Box 18.14kg
$9.09 / -
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Carton Box 18.14kg
$9.09 / -
20.1%
Carton Box 18.14kg
$7.57 / -
6.6%
Want to import Fresh Banana from Ecuador?
We can provide you quotations based on your specific needs.

How We Manage Our Products

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About Our Fresh Banana

Banana from Ecuador

Tridge offers high-quality Banana sourced from Ecuador.
Banana, fruit of the genus Musa, of the family Musaceae, one of the most important fruit crops of the world. The banana is grown in the tropics, and, though it is most widely consumed in those regions. It is valued worldwide for its flavor, nutritional value, and availability throughout the year. Cavendish, or dessert, bananas are most commonly eaten fresh, though they may be fried or mashed and chilled in pies or puddings. They may also be used to flavor muffins, cakes, or breads. Cooking varieties, or plantains, are starchy rather than sweet and are grown extensively as a staple food source in tropical regions; they are cooked when ripe or immature. A ripe fruit contains as much as 22 percent of carbohydrate and is high in dietary fibre, potassium, manganese, and vitamins B6 and C.
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According to the oldest statistics, it is known that Ecuador began exporting bananas in 1910, the year in which it reportedly exported 71,617 bunches of more than 100 pounds. The Ecuadorian State has intervened in the banana activity since large-scale cultivation began. The varieties that Ecuador offers to the international market are: Cavendish, Baby banana (Orito) and Red (Rojo). Cavendish is the main produced and exported bananas holding a production share over 80%.
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Ecuador is the first exporter of bananas in the world due to its special characteristics of soil and climate, which is why the Ecuadorian banana is known for its quality and flavor in the international markets in Europe, Asia and North America.

Our Ecuador's Agent has created relationships with the most experienced suppliers of all types of bananas (i.e. organic bananas, baby bananas and red bananas). Feel free to reach out to us for any type of banana need, we will attend your inquiries with our best offerings and highest quality.
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Variety
Cavendish
Processed Style
Fresh
Cultivation Type
Conventional
Class
"A" Premium, First Class
Finger Length
Minimum 18cm
Finger Diameter
Minimum 39mm - Maximum 46mm
Fruit Age
Minimum 10 Weeks - Maximum 13 Weeks
Other Available Varieties
Organic Banana, Baby Banana, Red Banana
- Please submit an Order Request.
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Our Representative in Ecuador

Pedro Angel
Passionate about communication and emotional intelligence Pedro is experienced at national and international trading for the food supply chain Industry. He had planned, developed, and executed operational, commercial and management strategies to markets like Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Japan and China. Has a grasp on wide spread aspects of the global food supply chains, going from farming to packing lines and to exports. Direct your queries and rest assure it will be managed with the highest quality standards and best practices.
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Tridge Fulfillment Solution
Payment Term
How do payment and transaction work?

Payment terms and transactions are all set by agreement between Tridge and you. Delivery & payment settlement will be directly managed by Tridge

Logistics
Does Tridge own the farms or packing houses?

As Tridge currently provides over 300+ products from all over the world, we do not own the farms & packing houses of all of our products. However, we have exclusive or strategic partnerships with our suppliers and farms. 

Service
How do you ensure quality and what are your compensation policies?

We dispatch our local fulfillment coordinators in over 70+ countries to check and guarantee quality during the packaging and loading process. For any type of quality claims from, Tridge gives 48 hours to our buyers after the arrival of the goods to invite a 3rd party inspection service provider to check for quality issues. When a full report from the 3rd party inspection company is shared across both parties, claims can be made directly to Tridge. Exact compensation differs by level of quality and by product.

Logistics
Do you sell in DDP / do you do customs clearance

While it is possible in certain cases, Tridge typically sells in FOB or CIF. However, DDP is definitely feasible for certain countries.

Commentary

October 08, 2021
Russia's generalized system of preferences (GSP) granted for Ecuadorian products will expire on Week 41 of 2021. This means Ecuadorian bananas exported to Russia will be taxed 4%, a 0.25% increase. Ecuador's banana supply makes up 97% of Russia's consumption volume. Ecuadorian producers are hoping Russia accelerate negotiations to establish a new trade agreement between the two countries.
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Tridge Fulfillment Solution
Payment Term
How do payment and transaction work?

Payment terms and transactions are all set by agreement between Tridge and you. Delivery & payment settlement will be directly managed by Tridge

Logistics
Does Tridge own the farms or packing houses?

As Tridge currently provides over 300+ products from all over the world, we do not own the farms & packing houses of all of our products. However, we have exclusive or strategic partnerships with our suppliers and farms. 

Service
How do you ensure quality and what are your compensation policies?

We dispatch our local fulfillment coordinators in over 70+ countries to check and guarantee quality during the packaging and loading process. For any type of quality claims from, Tridge gives 48 hours to our buyers after the arrival of the goods to invite a 3rd party inspection service provider to check for quality issues. When a full report from the 3rd party inspection company is shared across both parties, claims can be made directly to Tridge. Exact compensation differs by level of quality and by product.

Logistics
Do you sell in DDP / do you do customs clearance

While it is possible in certain cases, Tridge typically sells in FOB or CIF. However, DDP is definitely feasible for certain countries.

Introducing Tridge Fulfillment Solution
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Some of our notable buyers who trust us
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kellogg
dole
walmart
costco
carrefour
emart
emirates
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abinbev
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