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A mighty hand of sweet little lady finger Misiluki bananas, ready for harvesting.

A mighty hand of sweet little lady finger Misiluki bananas, ready for harvesting.

A Samoan bananero carrying a hand of Misiluki bananas.

A Samoan bananero carrying a hand of Misiluki bananas.

Sorting the crop.

Sorting the crop.

Preparing the bananas for drying.

Preparing the bananas for drying.

At the local market.

At the local market.

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Organic Dried Banana Chunks from Samoa

All Good Bananas provide a fair deal for farmers and their families in Samoa and great tasting banana chunks for you.

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Organic Dried Banana Chunks

The perfect snack

Organically grown on small family farms in Samoa, dried Misiluki bananas are perfect for sports, snacks and school lunch boxes. Best of all these little lady finger Misiluki bananas are naturally sweeter than the more widely available Cavendish so they’re a sweet, healthy, tasty treat on their own. No preservatives, no sugar, no sweetener. Nothing but banana and a little lime juice, hot air dried to intensify their delicious flavour.

Good for the growers

Back in 2008, All Good started working with Samoa's Women in Business Cooperative (WIBDI), a not-for-profit organisation working with over 250 small-scale farmers, like Pa'a Afia (pictured), growing organically certified Misiluki bananas in Apia. 

We've helped to provide these farmers with a market for a product through exporting these delicious little dried banana morsels.

*Photo: Jane Ussher-Oxfam

Thanks

Thanks

Every All Good Banana you buy makes a difference to the people who grow them. Thanks to you, it's All Good in El Guabo. 

WE DID IT AGAIN!

WE DID IT AGAIN!

All Good is one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for the second year running. Oh yeah!

The winner is...

The winner is...

Anna Lightbody, a 4 year old banana lover from Onehunga has won the grand prize in our All Good Family sticker competition. Congratulations Anna! 

SERIOUSLY GOOD

SERIOUSLY GOOD

Five years ago on the beach at Piha, we concocted a plan to bring Kiwis their first taste of Fairtrade fruit. People called us, well, bananas. 

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