Introduction of Products


During the early years, people doesn’t want to eat rambutan. This was because, during that time, the only available variety was the “native” which is sour and its flesh sticks in the seed.
Then came in the late 80’s, Thailand’s Rongrein, Malaysia’s R-5, and Singapore’s Jitlee where introduced in the country. These imported varieties are sweet. Their flesh are also separated from the seed compared with our native variety.


Farming Pummelo is a winner here in the Philippines. It can adapt itself to lowlands (sea level) area like rice fields. It also proves its productivity on high land areas. The fruit can also last more than a month under ordinary room temperature that’s why it has a strong import potentials.
Magallanes and Nenita Pummelo’s are the only two commercial varieties that are prolific, sweet and juicy. The largest export markets came from Japan and Hongkong. It differs from our Cagayan valley and Batangas Pummelo which are sour and bitter.

Carabao Mango

A carabao mango was registered in the Guinness Book of World Record as the Sweetest Mango Fruit. It is also one of the most versatile trees that can be planted anywhere here in the Philippines.
But not all carabao mangoes strains are good and sweet. Soils that are rich in limestone, like in Guimaras, Zambales and Cebu produces much sweeter fruit.
Sweet Elena is considered as the best mango variety. It is much more superior in weight, sweetness, soluble solid, edibility of flesh and physical appearance.
On the other hand, the fruit of Guimaras # 84 weighs at around 276.5 grams and matures 90 days from blooming. Its flesh is dark yellow, very juicy, aromatic, smooth and firm, with excellent eating quality. Its seed is 86 grams.
Guimaras #73 fruits also mature in 90 days from blooming. It is 289.6 grams and its skin is yellow when ripe. The flesh is dark yellow, juicy and aromatic and with excellent eating quality. Its seed is 26 grams.

Imported Mango

Imported mangoes thrive well in the country. They can bear fruits under adverse weather condition where most carabao mangoes cannot. They also have thicker skin that prolongs their shelf life, thus ideal for export.
The Chokanan mango is the one of the  most popular varieties grown in Thailand and Malaysia for local and export market. It s said to be a look-alike, taste alike version of our Carabao mango. It is also one of the sweetest mangoes in the world. It averages half a kilo per fruit and has an almost similar taste with honey which is why it is called Manga Madu or Honey Mango.
Golden Queen is the Taiwan’s best mango. Its fruit  weighs 1.2 – 1.4 kilograms a piece. Nandukmai Mango is the favorite fruit of the King of Thailand. Its fruit also weighs around half a kilo. It also bears fruit during rainy season with less input and overcrowded condition.


Product List


Rambutan Citrus
Rongrein(Thailand) Native Calamansi
R-5 (Thailand) Luz Calamansi (seedless)
Jitlee (Singapore) Satzuma Orange (Japan)
Varigated Lemon
Pummelo Varigated Calamansi
Magallanes(Davao) Sweet bankok  
Nenita   Tamarind
Carabao Mango Jack Fuit  
Guimaras #84 Latexless (Malaysia)
Guimaras #73  
Guimaras Talaban Macopa (Marcoted)  
Sweet Elena(Zambales) Apple Red
    Apple Green
Imported Mango     Varigated Yellow
Chokanan (Thailand) Varigated White
Golden Queen (Taiwan)  
Namdukmai (Thailand) Chico  
Lanzones     Mapino
Lonkong (Thailand)
Duku (Thailand)