Banana Production Going Strong During Winter

Winter is a difficult time for banana crops. Banana plants are tropical and thrive in warm climates. When temperatures drop, growers from Mexico and South America experience slower production rates, which leads to banana shortages and higher prices for consumers.

Here at Organics Unlimited, we do not consider this a major threat. Despite cooler conditions, we continue to provide quality bananas from our well-prepared farms in Ecuador and Mexico.
We will be shipping out healthy bananas to our retailers in the U.S. The Ecuadorian farms are capable of delivering a steady supply, but shipments take longer to arrive due to the greater distance traveled. Through these cooler winter months, we will continue to provide consumers and retailers with quality bananas.
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