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Banabay at Fruit Logistica 2022

We will be in Hall 23 - Stand: E-09. Don't miss it this April 5, 6 and 7

The best of Banabay in Berlin

Banabay will be in Berlin at Fruit Logistica 2022, this April 5, 6 and 7

The pioneering global platform for the 2022 reset. The world’s most important trade fair for the global fresh fruit trade will take place from April 5 to 7, 2022 in Berlin.

We will be in Berlin at the “Fruit Logistica 2022” fresh fruit fair, in Hall 23 – Stand: E-09. Don’t miss it this April 5, 6 and 7 with our Banabay brand and its sub-brands.

We will offer our best product such as bananas:
Conventional bananas, organic bananas, fairtrade bananas for all our consumers; We will highlight the benefits, their care, crops and of course their certifications; thanks to the extensive care of our qualified staff.

We look forward to welcoming you again in 2022 at the Berlin fairgrounds.

As of April 1, 2022: end of access restrictions and most corona limitations. Large events and trade fairs will also be able to take place again without restrictions. However, Messe Berlin recommends that all trade fair participants wear some form of mouth-nose cover and observe hygiene measures to protect themselves from infection.

Learn more about our delicious fruits

Our products

Banabay Cavendish bananas are of a large size, with a distinctive fresh taste and a creamy texture.

We offer Conventional as well as Organic, Fairtrade and Organic Fairtrade options within our premium quality range.

BanaBay’s Premium Quality Conventional Cavendish Bananas are sourced from Ecuador and Dominican Republic.

Many shoppers seek out Organic, Fairtrade or Organic Fairtrade certified produce, which is farmed using sustainable techniques, thus protecting the environment for future generations and supporting local livelihoods.

BanaBay Organic, Fairtrade & Organic Fairtrade bananas come from Ecuador and Dominican Republic.

BanaBinos are BanaBay’s premium quality baby bananas sourced from Ecuador and Guatemala. They have been introduced to appeal to the children’s market to encourage healthy snacking.

With dense, creamy, slightly sweeter flesh and bright yellow skin, the smaller size fruit has novelty appeal and fits neatly into school lunchboxes.

These ‘cooking’ bananas are grown in Ecuador where the best plantains come from. BanaBay plantains are a traditional green variety.

A popular ingredient in South American cuisine, the fruit is increasingly in demand for savoury dishes in other parts of the world.

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