TROPICAL FRUITS

Intense flavors and great properties for our health

AVOCADO

Did you know that the avocado has its origin in the tropical and subtropical zones of Central America?
The avocado is also called crocodile pear because of the color and texture of its skin. Its prized pulp is creamy and coats the seed and is widely used in healthy recipes. The tree from which it comes is called aguacatero.

PROCEEDS

Avocado is considered a superfood for the countless properties it has for our body. It is packed with essential vitamins and minerals and is rich in monounsaturated fats, which contribute to improving the functioning of the nervous system and brain.

It is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids

High fiber content

Contains anti-inflammatory properties

It’s good for eye health

NUTRITIONAL VALUE


Composition information per 100 g of edible portion

Data from the Spanish Database of Food Composition bedca.es

Fiber (g)

Vitamin C (mg)

Potassium (mg)

AVAILABILITY

We fulfill our objective and hallmark of offering "tropical 365 days a year", thanks to the origin of our quality crops.

BRANDS


IDEAL FRUITS · IDEAL TROPICS

FORMATS

Our products are extremely healthy and natural so we try to live up to them also in the formats in which we offer them. We mainly use cardboard and avoid the use of plastics.

Caja aguacate granel
Caja aguacate granel
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CERTIFICATES

In Ideal Fruits we have the most prestigious certifications in quality, food safety and traceability.

Certifications such as British Retail Consortium (BRC), International Food Standard (IFS), Global G.A.P., GRASP, Ecological, Tierra de Sabor and Smeta.

Ideal Fruits S.L, within the framework of the ICEX Next programme, has had the support of ICEX and the co-financing of the European ERDF fund. The purpose of this support is to contribute to the international development of the company and its environment.

Objective: Expansion and technological improvements of the industry for the processing of red fruits (blueberries and strawberries) and carrots.

Expected results: Achievement of expansion targets and technological improvements