- Avocados from Mexico are the
#1 Selling Avocados in the U.S.
- Rich Taste / Expert cultivation
- Nutritional Benefits
- Quality Assurance
Delicious taste and nutrition… can the Avocado get any more amazing?
The right climate. The right soil. The most rigorous quality.
Mexico’s rich volcanic soil, abundant sunshine, and timely rainfall provide the perfect microclimate for producing fine avocados — Hass Avocados from Mexico.
Grown in the fertile orchard land in the state of Michoacán, near the Pacific Coast, Hass Avocados from Mexico offer higher oil content than other varieties, giving the fruit an unsurpassed smooth and creamy taste and texture.
Thanks to the rigorous quality control program devised and overseen by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Mexico’s Ministry of Agriculture, American consumers are assured of getting consistent supplies of high-quality Hass Avocados from Mexico throughout the year.
With a rich taste that goes well with everything, Avocados from Mexico serve up the versatile flavor people crave.
When people peel away the unique green-black, pebbly skin of Hass Avocados from Mexico, they’re ready to enjoy a smooth, creamy, luscious taste that’s even more special.
Buttery rich in flavor and delicately textured, Hass Avocados from Mexico are the ideal choice to enhance a banquet of delectable dishes and snacks.
They are the spark in enticing soups, salads, and sandwiches and a delicious accent to meat, chicken, and fish entrées. And of course, they are the centerpiece in mouthwatering guacamole with tomatoes, onions, lime juice, garlic, and cilantro.
Nearly 20 vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients in every avocado.
As healthful as they are versatile, cholesterol-free Hass Avocados from Mexico are a favorite with today’s health-conscious consumers.
Avocados from Mexico contain some 20 vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients (just another way of saying nutrients derived from plants).
According to the USDA-ARS, phytonutrients such as those found in Avocados may be beneficial to your health in a number of ways. More research is needed to firmly establish what phytonutrients do. They may:
- Serve as antioxidants
- Enhance your immune response
- Help metabolize Vitamin A
For more information see http://www.ars.usda.gov