100% organic dried banana - fat free, high in fiber, delicious and nutritious. These pure all-natural, organic bananas offer guilt free snacking and give you a blast of energy throughout the day.
All natural, no added sugar or preservatives
- Fair trade certified
- Non-GMO verified
- Gluten free
Mavuno Harvest 100% Organic All Natural Dried Fruit Mango is delicious. This amazing between-meal snack has zero fat, cholesterol or sodium. Like all of their dried fruits, these tropical bananas are 100% organic, non-GMO verified and completely all-natural with no added sugar! Grown with care and love by rural African farming communities, every bag purchased contributes directly to greater opportunity to the farmers who make it all possible.
- Fair Trade
- Gluten Free
- All Natural
- No Preservatives
- No Added Sugar
About Mavuno Harvest
Mavuno Harvest was started in May 2012 by a former Peace Corps volunteer. Phil Hughes (Peace Corps Kenya, 2003-2005) had seen the good and bad side of international aid and development in East Africa, and wanted to find a new way of doing things. This was the inspiration for Mavuno Harvest. A cooperative of 150 small scale family farmers grow and dry the fruit in rural Uganda. At Mavuno (Swahili for harvest, or ‘first fruit’) Harvest, their vision is to take a product that East African farmers are already growing – and simply increase its value by bringing it to consumers who care about what they eat, and from where it comes.
As a result, they not only enable their farming partners to grow their own businesses but also help channel funds directly into the communities where those farmers live and work. Those communities then realize the opportunity to invest in their own local infrastructure and businesses as they see fit. Mavuno is simply the conduit, connecting rural small-scale farmers to the international marketplace. Simple, market-driven, economic development. That, and this food is super healthy, and super delicious!
Open & Enjoy! This was the inspiration for Mavuno Harvest. A cooperative of 150 small scale family farmers grow and dry the fruit in rural Uganda. At Mavuno