Fresh Fruits Company

Dubai, United Arab Emirates


  • Apples

    It wasn’t so long ago that apples, the most popular fruit in the world, were only available for a few months in the year, and were limited to only a handful of varieties. Today we have an abundance of riches, with over 7,500 different kinds of apple available: the Pink Lady, Pacific Rose, ...

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  • Avocados

    With over seventy varieties available in Australia alone, we also source avocadoes from Mexico, Chile, Kenya, and the USA, amongst others. The range of tastes, colours and textures is astonishing: the mildness of the Choquette, the smooth butteriness of the Hass, the deliciously creamy ...

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  • Bananas

    The last banana that was eaten was probably a Cavendish. Accounting for over 90% of the world banana market, these yellow dessert bananas are universal. Sweet, sensuous and delicious, they are the fourth largest food crop in the world, and are always at home on the dining table. But ...

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  • citrus

    The range of citrus fruits available today defies belief. Apart from the usual navel and valencia oranges, lemons, limes, white and ruby grapefruit and clementines, Nova and Honey Murcotts that grace the tables of anyone who seeks freshness and good health, there is a smorgasbord of ...

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  • Grapes

    Grapes have been grown for the table throughout human history and are central to every culture where they have been cultivated. In ancient Rome and Greece; in the poetry of the Middle East, representing divine love, they are the quintessential fruit. Encompassing red, green and ...

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  • kiwifruit

    Everyone knows the kiwifruit: fuzzy brown skin that hides the bright green luxury of its sweet centre. Varieties include the Hayward, Blake, and Chico. But the kiwi does have alternatives: the golden kiwi, with its smooth bronze skin, is notably different. Its taste and aroma too, differ, ...

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  • Mangoes

    Mangoes are by far the most popular fruit grown in the tropics. With their distinctive shape, taste, aroma and texture, they are prized for their quaity. Fresh Fruits searches out the best varieties for your customers. The most popular of these is the Indian Alfonso and the Sindhri and ...

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  • melons

    Melons originated in Africa and were prized as a source of ‘portable water’. But not only are melons a cool summer snack, they are packed with vital nutrients too. The firm cantaloupe is full of potassium, the red-fleshed varieties contain lycopene for heart benefits and casabas help ...

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  • Papayas

    Papayas are unique in being only one species of plant. Of this there are two variations. The papaya has delightfully sweet, red or orange flesh, while the yellow pawpaw and the other has distinctive yellow flesh. They are also available as green papayas – unripe and used in a range of ...

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  • Pears

    There are over 5000 types of this luscious fruit cultivated around the world. And while Fresh Fruits doesn’t promise to bring you all 5000, we do commit to providing the absolute freshest, juiciest and fullest-flavoured for your customers to enjoy. Aptly named ‘butter fruit’, the ...

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  • Pineapples

    This well-loved fruit was believed to have originated in Paraguay, but soon became a gourmet treat enjoyed in lands far and wide. Indeed so highly was it coveted in days gone by, that it became reflective of social status due to its rarity and expense. Indeed the pineapple still retains ...

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  • Asparagus

    Originally classified as a member of the lily family, asparagus is a true “flower” of the vegetable world. This ancient vegetable, once prized by kings, is now the first choice of epicures the world over. Its familiar purple spears are tender, sweet and packed with antioxidants for ...

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  • Mushrooms

    A delicious fungus, with many different types and flavours, the humble mushroom is being more keenly appreciated nowadays thanks to greater accessibility and emerging studies on health benefits. The white button mushroom is widely available alongside the fuller and more dense and ...

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  • ONIONS & GARLIC

    Fundamental to so many cuisines, onions and garlic are veritable powerhouses of flavour. Both are pungent when chopped and add a rich depth of flavour to savoury dishes and produce mouth-watering pickles and chutneys. White and brown onions are widely available, as are shallots – for a ...

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  • Peas & Beans

    With thousands of varieties, shapes, colours, flavours and sizes – beans and peas represent a significant component of the world’s vegetables and underpin all of the major cuisines. They can be found growing in all areas of the globe – such is their importance and utility – and ...

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  • Ginger

    This knobbly root is a veritable wonder-food – such are its time-proven health benefits. The ‘root’ is more accurately the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale which has been a popular spice and herbal medicine for many thousands of years. It is most notable for its ...

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  • Potatoes

    Potatoes are a starchy tuber and a ubiquitous part of the world’s food crop. Whether your customers prefer a ‘fluffy’ Maris Piper or King Edward; a ‘firm-to-the-bite’ Charlotte; or a smooth tasting Desiree – a variety exists to please every consumer. Is there a more versatile ...

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  • Pumpkins

    Pumpkins and squashes are unique, in so far as several species can be represented within the same crop. Winter squashes have a hard outer layer to protect the delicious, sweet flesh inside. Popular varieties include the large pear-shaped butternut squash, which has a creamy beige ...

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Fresh Fruits Company

P.O.Box 294040 #25A, Building #2 Fruits and Vegetables Market, Al Aweer, Dubai, , United Arab Emirates