The Banane de Guadeloupe & Martinique,
The Planter banana is undoubtedly a high quality product, which meets strict product specifications.
Grown on flat lands, this variety has specific features,
which make it easily recognizable: a generous oblong size, a fine color, and a unique soft flesh most appreciated by top connoisseurs! It is labeled with an orange stamp sticker.
The "Banane Française, cultivée en Guadeloupe & Martinique"
The "Banane Française cultivée en Guadeloupe & Martinique" belongs to the premium range. It is sold in batches of 3, 4, 5 or 6 fingers.
Its origin is clearly indicated by a French blue, white, red ribbon. A unique bar code associated with price information printed on the ribbon ease the burden of weighing for the consumers, who can save time at checkout.
The "Banane Française Équitable"
The "Banane Française Équitable cultivée en Guadeloupe & Martinique" concerns small Guadeloupe and Martinique ‘s producers, being 420 in total. Surface area is about 3 hectares in average.Only fair banana, grown in France, this concept guarantee for producers +25% revenue*.
As The Banane Française, it is sold in batches of 3, 4, 5 or 6 fingers. Circled by a green and blue, white, red ribbon, it is clearly identifiable in store. A unique bar code associated with price information printed on the ribbon ease the burden of weighing for the consumers, who can save time at checkout.
* fixed guaranteed price of +25% over average price per unit in 2017 + group bonus to invest in best practices.
The Organic Bananaof Guadeloupe & Martinique
Under the West Indies tropical and humid climate,to produce an organic banana is a true challenge.
For 15 years, at Morne Capot in Martinique, Michel La Rougery keep trying to succeed.
In 2004, he stopped using all herbicides; in 2006, insecticides; in 2012, nematicides.
For 2013, Michel La Rougery produces his own natural fertilizer.
Nowadays, here we are! He produces the first French organic banana, ECOCERT certified!
The Banane de Guadeloupe & Martinique, "Mountain Selection"
The "Mountain" banana is a high-flavor variety. It is grown at an altitude of over 350 meters, on the slopes of the Soufrière Hills Volcano in Guadeloupe and on Mount Pelée in Martinique.
The slower cycle of maturation (about 3 months longer), associated with the altitude and combined with the rich volcanic soil of our islands, gives it its incomparable sweetness and firm texture. It is labeled with a purple stamp sticker.
The Banane de Guadeloupe & Martinique, "Region Selection"
The "Region" banana is grown on flat lands.
Consumers appreciate its natural, robust character, obtained through authentic growing skills, and offered at an affordable price.
The "Pink Banana" of Guadeloupe & Martinique
The "Rose" banana with its purple peel cannot be missed! Though slightly smaller than a standard banana, it contains a higher percentage of iron. It is highly appreciated for its nice lively color and succulent flesh.
The Rose banana may be consumed fully matured, when its peel turns pink purple, and becomes a little soft. Served raw, it is widely used in salads and in pastries.
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