The Philippines is a contender for the title of “Banana Capital of the World”, given the innumerable banana plantations scattered across Mindanao. Tapping this prodigious source, Celebes established its first banana chips plant in 1986. A thriving demand saw the rise of the 2nd plant in General Santos City in 1988 and then a third plant in 1990 in in Tagum City. Today, our three plants has a total production output of 90 containers per month.
With the world's growing demand for tropical food, including snacks, Greenville Agro Corporation sees a consistent growth in the demand for its banana chips. The rise in sales is further fueled by consistent nutrition findings that even processed banana chips is a healthy snack.
Greenville Agro Corporation Banana Chips are made from Philippine Banana of the Saba and Cardava variety. The bananas are picked in their mature green stage, peeled, washed, sliced and fried in fresh refined vegetable oil. The chips does not contain any artificial additives. The average size is 20-25 mm in diameter and thickness of 4.0 mm more or less.
Packing is available in 8 kilos, 12 pounds, 14 pounds, 15 pounds and 18 pounds.
Certified by USDA NOP, EU 2092/91 and JAS