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Oct 14, 2021

Our Offer Prices

Actual Offer Price = Base Price* +/- Port Premium
Disclaimer: The actual sales prices may vary depending on port premiums which are added based on the requested destinations and terms. now to get the actual prices.
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Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
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Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
Available Specifications:
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Variety: Cavendish
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Color: Green
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Grade: High Quality, A
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Packaging Type: 13.5 kg net weight carton box
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Processed Style: Fresh
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Cultivation Type: Conventional
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Incoterms: FOB
Period
Weeks
Base Price*
per unit
Weekly Change
Oct 18, 2021 - Oct 24, 2021
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
$6.90 / -
-
Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
$8.10 / -
14.1%
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
$6.90 / -
-19.8%
Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
$7.10 / -
-7.8%
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
$8.60 / -
6.4%
Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
$7.70 / -
1.6%
Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
$7.58 / -
-1.6%
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
$8.08 / -
17.6%
Class A Lowland Cavendish Bananas
$7.70 / -
-2.3%
Class A Highland Cavendish Bananas
$6.87 / -
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Want to import Fresh Banana from Philippines?
We can provide you quotations based on your specific needs.

How We Manage Our Products

Global trading platform Tridge

About Our Fresh Banana

Banana from Philippines

Tridge offers high-quality Banana sourced from Philippines.
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Key facts of Our Product

Available Variety
Cavendish (Highland, Midland and Lowland)
Processed Style
Fresh
Cultivation Type
Conventional
Packaging
7, 13.5, and 18 KG Carton Box
Quality
Class A
Cut& From
Whole
Size
Big hands (4/5/6 hands per carton), Small hands (7/8/9 hands per carton)
Color
Green upon packing and arrival
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Tridge’s Bananas From the Philippines

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The Philippines is the second top exporter of bananas in the world. Aside from the Cavendish banana, which is mainly for export, the country also produces other varieties such as Lakatan and Saba/ Cardaba. The Lakatan bananas are mostly consumed locally as fresh, while most of the Saba/ Cardaba variety is made into banana chips, banana barbeque, and other products for local consumption and export purposes. Cavendish banana in the Philippines is top quality as it produces excellent flavor, soft pulp, and sweet taste as compared to others. The top importers are the following: China, Japan, South Korea, UAE, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Hong Kong, Kuwait, and New Zealand.

Production

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The main production region for bananas in the Philippines is in Mindanao. Most plantations are found in Davao City and in General Santos City. Bananas are produced whole-year round, however production declines during the rainy season, which is from June to November due to the multiple typhoons that yearly strike the country. Still, quality is not affected as Filipino suppliers have already mastered the production process of the fruit and are prepared for the rainy season.

Exports and Packaging

The main importing countries of Philippine bananas are the following: China, Japan, South Korea, UAE, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Hong Kong, Kuwait, and New Zealand. The country’s banana products are packaged in 7, 13, and 18 kg carton boxes, with 7 and 13 kg being the most popular packaging options.

Our Representative in Philippines

Lugin Paul
Lugin has a vast experience in importation and export sales. He has internationally sourced raw materials and imported the machines and equipment needed in their manufacturing operations. He was also responsible in selling their finished goods to over 65 countries and was trained in various areas such production, quality assurance, supply chain and strategic management. Combining all his skills and expertise, he can assist you in any of your transactions with Philippine buyers and suppliers.
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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
Closing Q3 with reduced export sales of Philippines bananas due to logistics problems (i.e., high freight costs and container availability) and production challenges by the Panama disease, such impact is expected to continue for the rest of 2021.
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Yoojin Cha
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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
Tridge Fulfillment Solution
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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