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Grapes Our grapes are sold in more than 28 countries around the world. We are suppliers of different Tables grapes varieties in order to satisfy every customer’s taste.  Among the refreshing Green seedless we offer the Cotton Candy, the Prime Green early divine, the Perlete and the Sugraone. For a wonderful floral aroma and juicy sweet taste we have our Red seedless like the incredible rich Black seedless are the Autumn Beauty, Sweet Saphire and Sable. 
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The world's first avocado was grown and cultivated in Mexico for countless generations ago. And thanks to the region's fertile volcanic soil, ideal climate and centuries of expert cultivation, Mexico remains the source of the world's finest avocados.  Today, Mexico is the only place in the world where avocado trees naturally bloom four times a year. Producing a year-round bounty of irresistibly rich and creamy avocados whose unsurpassed quality and distinctly delicious flavor are always in season. Avocados from Mexico are the Hass variety which have pebbly skin that darkens from green to almost black as they ripen and the flesh inside becomes softer.  Health Benefits: healthy heart, low carb, weight loss, provide 20 essential vitamins and minerals. It is known as an excellent food for babies when they are 6-8 months old.
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Cut, Slice, Peel & Pit How to Cut or Slice Avocados in Half <="" div=""> 1) Be sure to fully wash the fruit as directed below before cutting or slicing.  2) Place the avocado lengthwise on a secure surface.
*Hint: place a clean dish towel on your counter or under your cutting board to prevent slipping.   3) Hold the avocado securely with one hand as shown in the photo slideshow.  4) Slice slowly down the center lengthwise around the seed, starting at the narrower end.  5) Holding the avocado in the palm of one hand, use your other hand to twist and rotate the two halves apart. <="" div=""> After the avocado is cut scoop out the seed with a spoon. Remove the seed (or leave it in if you plan to store one half) by slipping a spoon between the seed and fruit. Gently work the seed out of the fruit.  Cut or quartered avocado sections are easier to peel. For ripe Hass Avocados, the outer skin or peel is easy to remove. Simply slice the avocado in half or cut into wedges as shown in photo. Then grasp the outer dark layer or skin and pull it away from the inner green flesh of the fruit. If some of the darker almost black portions of the skin remain on the green flesh of the fruit, simply cut them away. The yellow to green portions of the avocado are what you want. Do not consume the peel. Note: The skin may be more difficult to peel away on fruit that is not fully ripe.
Pick & Buy Avocados Here's how to pick the best Hass Avocados: Step 1 – Take a look at the chart below. When comparing a group of Hass Avocados, check the outside color of the skin of the avocados for any that are darker in color than the others. These may be riper than Hass Avocados with lighter skin. Check the outer skin of the avocado for any large indentations as this may be a sign that the fruit has been bruised. Note: Avocado color does not always indicate ripeness. Ripe avocados will yield to firm gentle pressure. Step 2 – Place the avocado in the palm of your hand.

 Step 3 – Gently squeeze without applying your fingertips as this can cause bruising.
 Step 4 – Picking ripe ready-to-eat Hass Avocados. If the avocado yields to firm gentle pressure you know it's ripe and ready-to-eat. If the avocado does not yield to gentle pressure it is considered still "firm" and will be ripe in a couple of days. If the avocado feels mushy or very soft to the touch it may be very ripe to overripe.

 Practice makes perfect - if it's your first time selecting avocados, try choosing a couple of avocados that yield to gentle pressure to see  how they differ in taste. Or try purchasing an unripe avocado, checking it every day for 2 - 3 days as it softens. Practice will help you learn what to look for when you're in the store.
How to Store Ripe Avocados Ripe fruit that has not been cut open can be stored in the refrigerator for two to three days.
 Store Cut Ripe Avocados - Sprinkle cut, mashed or sliced fruit with lemon or lime juice or another acidic agent and place in an air-tight container or tightly covered clear plastic wrap. The fruit can be stored in your refrigerator for a day. Store Guacamole – Guacamole often contains other ingredients that may affect how well and how long the guacamole can be stored. For most guacamole recipes, adding an acidic agent (like those in the right column) can help prevent oxidization when added on top of the guacamole. To store guacamole, place it in an air-tight container and press clear plastic wrap on the surface of the guacamole before covering to help prevent oxidation. Store in the refrigerator.

If refrigerated guacamole or fruit turns brown during storage, discard the top oxidized layer and enjoy the rest.            How to Ripen or Speed up the Ripening Process for AvocadosAvocados do not ripen on the tree, they ripen or “soften” after they have been harvested. To speed up the avocado ripening process we recommend placing unripe avocados in a brown paper bag with an apple or banana for two to three days until they are ripe. We do not recommend any other method of ripening. Why does this work?
The plant hormone ethylene, which occurs naturally in fruits like apples and bananas, triggers the ripening process. When combined in a brown paper bag, which helps to trap the ethylene gases produced by these fruits, these gases can cause the fruits to ripen faster together.

How to Freeze Avocados Follow the instructions below to get the best possible result when freezing pureed Hass Avocados. Wash - Wash the outside of the avocados thoroughly by holding them under running water or in your selected produce wash.
 Cut - Cut and peel the avocados.

 Puree - Place the peeled avocados in a food processor or blender. Add a ratio of one tablespoon of an acidic agent like lemon or lime juice for each avocado you are freezing. Puree until smooth. This will ensure that the lemon or lime juice is evenly distributed to help to prevent the avocados from turning brown. Mashing the avocado rather than pureeing yields a less desirable result because the acidic agent is unevenly mixed in.
 Package - Place the pureed avocado into an air-tight container. Leave ½ to 1 inch of headspace in the container to allow for expansion. Close your container tightly and label accordingly.  Freeze. - Frozen avocado puree must be used within four to five months of freezing. Though Fresh Hass Avocados are preferred for their taste and versatility, with the proper preparation, pureed avocados can be frozen and used in guacamole dips, dressings and spread on sandwiches. Guacamole can often contain other ingredients that do not freeze well so we do not recommend freezing guacamole.
Pecan Nuts
The Mexican pecan nuts are the best in the world.  The Pecan is a tree that reaches up to 24-27 meters tall and 3-4 meters of diameter on its trunk. Pecans are ready to harvest once the shell begins to open; when recently picked they have an estimated humidity of 25-30%, and it must drop to almost 4% before storage to be preserved. This nut is an excellent source of protein and energy. Further research has showed that due to the fact that most of the fat contained in the seed of the nut is unsaturated its consumption helps control the levels of cholesterol in the blood. Furthermore, the nut contains other healthy ingredients such as fiber, iron, calcium and vitamins.
Chia Seeds
Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, grown in Mexico dating back to Mayan and Aztec cultures. "Chia" means strength, and folklore has it that these cultures used the tiny black and white seeds as an energy booster. That makes sense, as chia seeds are a concentrated food containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.  Chia seeds are an unprocessed, whole-grain food that can be absorbed by the body as seeds (unlike flaxseeds). One ounce (about 2 tablespoons) contains 139 calories, 4 grams of protein, 9 grams fat, 12 grams carbohydrates and 11 grams of fiber, plus vitamins and minerals. The mild, nutty flavor of chia seeds makes them easy to add to foods and beverages. They are most often sprinkled on cereal, sauces, vegetables, rice dishes, or yogurt or mixed into drinks and baked goods. They can also be mixed with water and made into a gel.  Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a part of Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. HOW TO USE CHIA? Chia seeds can be added directly to water, to fresh drinks (lemonade), tea and coffee. As an additive for: yogurt, dressing, salads, fruit cocktails, bread dough, cookies and bakery in general. Chia seeds can be added to fresh drinks (lemonade), tea and coffee. As an additive for: yogurt, dressing, salads and bakery.  Benefits: Natural source of Omega 3 and nutriments like: fiber, calcium, iron and proteins.  
What is Agave Nectar? While agave is best recognized as the plant from which tequila is made, it has also been used for thousands of years as an ingredient in food.  The Aztecs prized the agave as a gift from the gods and used the liquid from its core to flavor foods and drinks. Now, due to increasing awareness of agave nectar's many beneficial properties, it is becoming the preferred sweetener of health conscious consumers, doctors, and natural foods cooks alike. Where Does Agave Nectar Come From? Agave nectar (sometimes called agave syrup) is most often produced from the Blue Agaves that thrive in the volcanic soils of Southern Mexico. Agaves are large, spiky plants that resemble cactus or yuccas in both form and habitat, but they are actually succulents similar to the familiar Aloe Vera. Agaves come in many sizes and colors — well over 100 species. Due to the Blue Agave's high carbohydrate content (which results in a high percentage of fructose in the final nectar), Blue Agave is the preferred species for producing nectar. Though there are other species used to produce agave nectars, such as the Maguey Agave, the premium nectars are produced from 100% Weber Blue Agave.  How is Agave Nectar Made? When the agave has grown to 7-10 years old, the leaves of the plant are cut off, revealing the core of the plant (called the "pina"). When harvested, the pina resembles a giant pineapple and can weight in at 50 to 150 pounds.  To make the agave nectar, sap is extracted from the pina, filtered, and heated at a low temperature, which breaks down the carbohydrates into sugars. Lighter and darker varieties of agave nectar are made from the same plants. Because of the low temperatures used in processing many varieties (under 118°F) raw foods enthusiasts generally regard agave nectar as a raw food.  What Does Agave Nectar Taste Like? The taste of agave nectar is comparable, though not identical, to honey. Many people who do not like the taste of honey find agave a more palatable choice. It also has none of the bitter aftertaste associated with artificial sweeteners. Though some purveyors offer a half dozen varieties of agave nectar based on different plant varieties and varied preparation methods, most brands offer two types: a light and a dark. The lighter syrups undergo less heating and a more thorough filtration to produce a more mildly flavored product that is neutral enough to be used in many culinary applications. The darker syrups are filtered less, and the solids left in the syrup make for a stronger nectar with a flavor sometimes compared to maple syrup. Agave nectar is a healthy alternative to sugar and considered by many to be one of the healthiest sweeteners in the world. A number of physicians and health professionals, recommend using agave as the preferred sweetener over sugar, honey, and artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin. The reason is simple: agave nectar is a low Glycemic Index food (approximately 30) that will save you 25%-40% in calories without the harmful effects of sugar and artificial sweeteners. Sugar is a high glycemic food that has no nutritional value and spikes your blood sugar causing dramatic fluctuations in energy. Honey is as high as sugar on the Glycemic Index. Unlike sugar, Agave syrup contains natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals (including calcium and iron), and a nutritious fiber, Inulin, that help sustain energy and maintain healthy eating habits. Studies have shown that the combination of a low GI diet and a diet supplemented with inulin powerfully boosts your health, energy, and immune system.
Avocado oil is the edible oil pressed from the fleshy pulp of avocados. Avocado oil can be used for both cooking and cosmetic purposes. Its unusually high smoking point and aromatic flavor make it suitable for both high temperature frying and grilling, as well as an emulsifying salad oil. Nutritionally, avocado oil ranks comparably to olive oil with a copious amount monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. It is also loaded with proteins, lecithin, beta-carotene and vitamins A, D and E. HOW TO USE AVOCADO OIL? Avocado oil is a versatile, delicious and easy-to-use superfood staple. It adds more flavor to your dishes and coaxes more nutrition out of each and every bite.  You can use avocado oil for just about any culinary purpose including: sautéing, pan-frying, baking, roasting, popping, marinating, emulsifying, dipping and drizzling. 
It is the newest healthy snack made just for you with natural ingredients. It has four natural flavors that include grape, raspberry, strawberry and mango.  It contains chia seeds , that is consider the newest super food containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.  It is a perfect treat after doing yoga, gym, sports, etc.  It is a perfect snack to start a healthier life. HOW TO OPEN:Since this  fruit roll, after opening the package you will have to unroll and then peel the fruit from the plastic.
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Strawberries, Feta and Greens  with Agave Vinaigrette
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Chocolate Chia Seed  with Agave Syrup Pudding Original recipe makes 1 serving 2 tablespoons cocoa powder  1 tablespoons of agave syrup 1 teaspoon hazelnut flavor instant coffee powder (optional) 1/4 cup chia seeds 1 cup milk 2 teaspoons honey, or to taste Mix cocoa powder, brown sugar, and instant coffee powder together in a bowl; stir until no lumps remain. Fold chia seeds into the mixture. Pour milk into the bowl and stir to incorporate; let the mixture sit a few minutes before stirring again. Repeat resting and stirring a few times over the course of 20 minutes. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate 2 hours to overnight. Drizzle honey over the pudding to serve.
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Romaine Salad with Avocado-Lime Vinaigrette
Shrimp Scampi
Avocado Oil: Chinese fried rice Ingredients  1 1/3 cups of water 3/4 cups of rice (white or brown) 3 tablespoons of Avocado Oil 4 green onions with tops, chopped 1/4 teaspoon of salt 2 carrots, finely chopped 1/2 cup of finely chopped green bell pepper 1/2 cup of frozen peas 1 egg 2 tablespoons of soy sauce 1 tablespoon of sesame oil 1/4 cup of chopped parsley PreparationIn a sauce pan, bring the water and rice to a boil, STIR frequently. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer until rice is tender and has absorbed all the water, about 20 minutes. In a large heavy skillet or wok, heat the avocado oil over medium-high heat. Add the cooked rice and sauce until lightly golden. Add the green onions, salt, carrots, peppers and peas (cooked meat if desired). Stir-fry until the vegetables are tender-crisp (about 5 minutes). Hollow out a circle in the center of the skillet by pushing the vegetables and rice to the sides. Break an egg into the hollow area and cook, lightly scrambling the egg as it cooks. Stir the scrambled egg into the rice mixture. Sprinkle with soy sauce, sesame oil and chopped parsley. Serve immediately.
Romaine Salad with Avocado-Lime Vinaigrette Ingredients1 teaspoon fresh lime juice 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon avocado oil 8 cups shredded romaine lettuce (about 15 ounces) 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved 1/4 cup vertically sliced red onion Preparation Combine first 3 ingredients, stirring with a whisk. Gradually add oil, stirring constantly with a whisk. Combine lettuce, tomatoes, and onion in a large bowl, tossing gently. Drizzle juice mixture over lettuce mixture; toss gently to coat. Serve immediately.
Shrimp Scampi Ingredients1 pound of large uncooked shrimp,     shelled and de-veined, the tails can be left on or not,     your preference Salt 3 to 4 cloves of garlic 5 tablespoons of Avocado Oil 2 tablespoons of finely chopped parsley 1/2 cup of white wine 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes Freshly ground black pepper to taste 1 tablespoon of lemon juice PreparationPour Avocado Oil in a saute pan and put on medium high heat. Once the oil is hot, add the garlic and red pepper flakes. Saute for a minute, or until you see the edges of the garlic start to brown. As soon as the garlic starts to brown, add the shrimp to the pan. Then add the white wine and start to stir shrimp with the oil, garlic and pepper flakes mixture. Spread the shrimp in the pan and increase the heat to high and let the wine boil for vigorously for 2 to 3 minutes. Turn the shrimp over, or toss them so the cooked sides are mostly facing up, and boil the wine for another minute. Remove from the heat, add the parsley and toss to combine. Add the lemon juice and black pepper and salt.  Note: You do not want to overcook the shrimp. Once the shrimp start to turn "white" they are done. You can either serve the shrimp by themselves or over pasta.
Healthy Avocado Fruit Salad with Chia Yogurt Dressing Ingredients  1 grapefruit 1 pear 1 orange 1 Mexican avocado 1 mango 10 strawberries 1/2 lemon, juice squeezed 1/4 cup natural yogurt  2 tbsp pure vanilla extract 1/4 cup chia seeds PreparationWash, peel+core+remove seeds (if necessary) and cut into desired size pieces fruits. Add to a bowl. To make the dressing, in a separate bowl whisk together yogurt, lemon juice, vanilla extract and chia seeds. Pour over the fruits and mix just enough to combine. Serve chilled. Store covered in the refrigerator for up to 1 day. Stir gently before serving to lift the juices from the bottom of the bowl.
Strawberries, Feta and Greens  with Agave Vinaigrette Ingredients  Salad6 cups chopped Romaine lettuce 
3 cups sliced baby spinach leaves 
½ cup feta 
2 cups sliced strawberries 
3 tablespoons toasted almonds or pecans Agave Vinaigrette 
2 tablespoons  Agave Nectar 
2 tablespoons olive oil 
¼ cup red wine vinegar 
1 clove garlic, minced 
Salt and black pepper to taste PreparationCombine all salad ingredients except pecans in a large bowl. In glass jar with a lid, combine all vinaigrette ingredients. Cover and shake well to combine. Pour vinaigrette over salad. Toss to mix. Sprinkle pecans on top.
5 Quick & Easy Ways to Use Hass Avocados 1 For avocado purists.Eating a half of a plain avocado sprinkled with lemon juice or your favorite seasoning is all you need. Try a little paprika or balsamic vinegar for an added twist. 2 As an avocado spread Spread Hass Avocado on bread, for a rich and velvety, cholesterol-free topping. 3 Guacamole or Avocado DipEven one avocado can make a great snack with chips or veggie sticks. Diced or mashed Hass Avocados make one fantastic dip.  4 Avocado SaladSliced in salad they are spectacular. Create your own avocado salad and salad dressing or try some of ours. 5 Sandwiches & BurgersFrom bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato sandwiches to lush avocado burgers or avocado wraps - Hass Avocados add creamy flair to any sandwich.
Homemade Baby Food Recipe Simply mash avocado with a fork in a small bowl - add formula, water or breast milk to make liquid enough for baby. First Avocado Baby Food - Creamy Fruit Mash 1 apple or pear, peeled, cored and diced
 1/2 avocado, peeled
little water Place the prepared apple or pear into a small saucepan and add a little water.Simmer gently until the fruit is tender.Transfer the apple or pear to a food processor and puree until smooth.Mash the avocado with the fruit puree and serve. First Avocado Baby Food - Melon Delight1 small slice Cantaloupe melon 1/2 avocado, peeled Remove the skin from the melon, then simply mash the avocado and melon together.This tastes wonderful with a touch of ground ginger! First Avocado Baby Food - Sweet Potato and Avocado Dinner 1 small sweet potato 1 avocado, peeled Bake the sweet potato in its skin for 45 mins - 1 hour until tender. Cool, then remove the flesh from the skin and mash with the avocado. Avocado also tastes delicious mashed with cooked butter nut squash. First Avocado Baby Food - No-Cook Fruity Treat 1 small, ripe banana 1 avocado Peel both fruits and mash together for a creamy treat for your baby that's ready in a flash! Avocado and Tofu 1/2 cup of tofu  1/2 avocado, mashed with fork  1 teaspoon of olive oil or avocado oil  Juice from half a small lime  Mix in bowl breaking up the tofu for chunky consistency (or blended in processor).  Use you creativity1/2 avocado, smashed with folk 1/2 of you baby favorite fruit (previous boiled)  2  tsp of milk  mix all together or 1/2 avocado smashed with folk 1/2 of you baby favorite vegetable (previous boiled) 2 tsp of avocado oil or olive oil mix all together you will have the perfect and healthy, meal for you baby.
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Avocado Face Mask Hydrates and softens the skin, removes dead skin cells without causing irritation. Ingredients1 avocado Preparation Remove the pit from the avocado and scoop out the remaining pulp out of the peel. Mash the pulp into a fine paste. How to use it Gently rub the inside of the avocado skins against clean skin for 3-5 minutes. Apply the mashed avocado pulp on face and leave it for 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado face peel and mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Carrot and Olive Oil Cleanses and moisturizes the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. Avocado 2 tbsp. boiled carrot 1 tbsp. olive oil Preparation Mash the avocado and the carrot, then add in the olive oil and mix until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Orange and Lemon Cleanses and moisturizes the skin, removes dead cells. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tsp. fresh orange juice 1 tsp. lemon juice Preparation Mash the avocado, then add in the orange juice and the lemon juice and mix until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
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Avocado Face Mask with Banana, Olive Oil and Orange Juice Smoothens and moisturizes the skin, exfoliates dead skin cells, fights wrinkles. Ingredients 1 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. mashed banana 1 tsp. olive oil 1 tsp. fresh orange juice Preparation Mash the avocado and add in the olive oil and the orange juice. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Egg Yolk Anti aging, nourishes and lightens the skin, heals blemishes. Ingredients 2 tbsp. Avocado 2 tbsp. Honey 1 egg yolk Preparation Mash the avocado pulp in a bowl and add the honey and the egg yolk. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face  carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Egg White and Lemon Juice Regulates skin oiliness, hydrates the skin, reduce swelling and inflammation. Ingredients ½ avocado 1 egg white 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice Preparation Mash the avocado pulp in a bowl and add egg white and lemon juice. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Honey, Yogurt and Cucumber Deeply cleanses and nourishes the skin, refines enlarged pores. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1 tbsp. Yogurt 2 tbsp. mashed cucumber Preparation Mash the avocado pulp and the cucumber in a food processor. Add the honey and the yogurt and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Cocoa Antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal face mask, destroys acne-causing bacteria, nourishes and softens the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1 tsp. cocoa powder Preparation Mash the avocado pulp, add the honey and the cocoa powder and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. ______________________________ Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Cinnamon Helps treat and prevent acne, nourishes and softens the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1/2 tsp. cinnamon powder Preparation Mash the avocado pulp, add the honey and the cinnamon powder and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
Avocado deep conditioning treatment Ingredients½ ripe avocado 1 egg yolk 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp  honey Preparation Mash all of the ingredients in a bowl Apply mask to hair, including the scalp if you want. Or you can just deep condition the ends. Put hair in a shower cap, let it sit for about 15 minutes, longer if you prefer. Use this avocado hair treatment  twice at Month.______________________________ Banana & Avocado Deep Conditioning Treatment for Dry Hair Ingredients1 ripe banana  1 ripe avocado  1 tbsp of olive oil Preparation Mash all of the ingredients in a bowl or better yet, use a blender. Shampoo hair, comb it out and towel-dry. Apply mask to hair, including the scalp if you want. Or you can just deep condition the ends. Put hair in a shower cap or wrap it in Saran Wrap and let it sit for about 15 minutes, longer if you prefer. Use this avocado hair treatment  twice at Month.
Company About usMexico Food Connection is a representative office based in Shanghai created to promote and sale the best quality Mexican products to the Chinese market. We have more than 20 years’ experience for fresh products in Mexico with an excellent national reputation, worldwide export experience and food safety certifications. With our team in Mexico and China our aim is to give confidence to the buyer that what we supply is exactly the products with the requirements asked for and will be sure that we are a trustful partner in China. We are there in every step taken to make the long term business cooperation possible. MissionBring the best of Mexico and the world near the Chinese importers and distributors facilitating the communication, guaranteeing food safety and quality in all the products.
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With 465,000 metric tons produced in almost 25,000 hectares, with an export value of USD $800 million in 2013. 85-90% of exports are sold in the United States and Canada, with Europe, and recently Asia becoming relevant alternative markets. There are more than 2,000 berry growers, many of them small scale producers (less than 2 hectares) in regions with significant need for job and business opportunities.  Aneberries (National Berry Exporter’s Association)  estimates that export values could reach over USD $1,500 million by 2020, duplicating planted area, volumes, and above all employment. 
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Fresh Fruit Delivery service for Food Service Industry We are introducing our Fresh Fruit Delivery service.  We have been running fruit business for many years. We have professional preservation facilities and delivery teams. We offer different imported and local fresh fruits with high quality depending on seasonality and availability. Prices of fruits include the delivery fee. The delivery is also on-time. For more information please contact china02@mexico-food.com Pecan nuts season Our pecan nut season started already, for more information on the available sizes and prices please email china02@mexico-food.com Coliman won the “TOP TEN popular international brands in China" On August 31, the fruit branding conference organized by China Fruit Circulation Association was held in Xi 'an. The conference mainly discussed the two themes: foreign fruit brand building and domestic well-known fruit construction method.  Coliman has been in China already for 10 years, with a strict quality control and enthusiastic after-sales service combined with a series of activities to guide the consumer, we were recommended by consumers as the "top ten popular international brands in China”. In the future, Coliman will continue to be committed to be "the best avocados from Mexico" playing a leading role in branding and allowing consumers to continue enjoying healthy life.
Coming events: Asia Fruit Logistica – Hong Kong (09/02-04)Once again we will be exhibiting in Asia Fruit Logistica in Hong Kong from September 2nd to 4th. Our booth will be located at the Mexican Pavilion in Hall 3 Booth No. 6. We invite you to come to our booth we will be happy to see you again. I Fresh Fruit& Vegetable Industry Congress (09/07)We have been invited to be part of this Congress by the Mexican Consulate in Guangzhou. We will be giving some of our fruits of the season. It will be on September 7th at the Hilton Baiyun Hotel. If you are around please stop by. China FVF – Beijing (09/09-11)If you cannot make it to Hong Kong or Guangzhou we will also be promoting our fruits from Mexico in Beijing exhibition China FVF from September 9th to 11th.  We will be in Booth No 612 and 613. If you are interested on Mexican fruits please come and visit us.
The best grapes from Mexico are supplied by us and season opens in May!  1.   Timing: We fit a nice window when the Chilean grapes are too old. 2.  Food safety: We have the strictest food safety guidelines because we export 80% of our fruit to the US and they are very tough. Our certificates are: SQF, Primus GFS, Global Gap. 3.  Taste: This is not a Mexican grape advantage but our company’s advantage as we focus on harvesting grapes with high flavor and brix in order to achieve a satisfactory experience for the consumer. 4. Variety mix: We have planted and we are planting even more special varieties with better flavor, size and shelf life like Timco, Ivory, Magenta, Cotton Candy, Midnight Beauties, Sable Seedless, Sweet Celebration... even a seedless Kyoho grape.
Raspberries and Blackberries arrivals from Mexico! Mexico is introducing the raspberries and blackberries to China this year. Find out why these berries are so healthy and should be part of on everybody’s diet on our website.
Avocado is the best food for babies The health benefits of avocado for babies include supply of essential vitamins, minerals and unsaturated fats, easy to digest by babies, offers liver protection, offers antioxidants, can control inflammations, helps in healing wounds faster and has antimicrobial properties. Avocado is one of the recommended fruits for your baby. Avocado is full of unsaturated fats. These fats are required by your baby for brain and vision development. Apart from these there are numerous benefits of introducing avocado to your baby. The right age to introduce avocados to your baby is between 6-8 months of age. Health benefits of avocado to babies Here are some of the health benefits of avocado for babies: • Supplies essential vitamins and minerals • Supplies essential unsaturated fats. • Easy on the digestive system • Liver protection • Antioxidant properties • Control of inflammation • Helps in healing wounds faster • Antimicrobial properties How to feed avocado to a six month baby? Without cooking avocado, give it by peeling the outer layer, removing the seed and mash the flesh. You can mix it with other fruits like banana or apple, but at least for the first time do not mix it with any other fruit. Also be on the lookout for allergies. If you are concerned further, you can take advice from your pediatrician. For more information please Click here
Mexico fruits season is here, don’t miss it!   Mexico Food Connection exports from Mexico to China are ready!!!! The new season of avocados is here so you will be able to see Coliman avocados in the market.  The healthiest fruit from Mexico in your everyday diet all year round. Our pecan nuts season will start soon and we will be ready to ship starting from September to October. We will have sizes:  Jumbo 95-100 pieces per kg; XXL 100-110 pieces / kg; XL 110-120 pieces / kg; L 120-140 pieces / kg; and M 140-160 pieces / kg.    As for the blackberries and raspberries, the first shipments will be ready to send at the beginning of October.
Bananas coming soon! Our Cavendish banana is the most popular variety and is currently exported to Europe, United States and Canada. Cavendish bananas variety is great in flavor, being a preferred daily snack for everyone in the world. We are certified to produce Mexican bananas and organic bananas throughout the world. Our produce is grown with organic repellents to take care of it and our customers.  Mexico’s strategic location creates the best transit time to supply our Chinese consumers as well as a perfect climate to produce the best bananas in comparison to our competitors in Latin America. If you are interested on knowing more about our bananas please contact us.
Organic Chocolate just for you! We are introducing  our 100%  organic Ecuadorian chocolate. The freshness is due to its 100% production within Ecuador. In order to preserve the quality of our products, we strive to keep the highest standards of production with organic methods, which mean that there are no chemicals employed in our value chain for the final product. Our chocolate has the Demeter Biodynamic Certification, which certifies that the raw material production keeps an auto-regenerative ecosystem which is free from, chemicals, pesticides and fertilizers.  We have a big range of raw chocolate bars combined with ginger, spirulina, maca, chili, Andean fruits, berries, maracuya, etc.
Coming events: FHC Exhibition – Shanghai (11/11-13) See you this year on FHC China that will be held from November 11-13th  at Shanghai New International Expo Center.  Come to our booth at the Mexican Pavilion No. 3AD01 and try our new products!
Did you know that Maple water will surpass Coconut water soon? Maple Water is 100% pure maple sap, the clear and nourishing water that flows naturally from maple trees each spring.  Meticulously selected to meet the highest standards of purity, authenticity and sustainability, maple water is refreshing with a just a hint of natural sweetness. It is Natural, Vegan, No preservatives, Fat-free, Cholesterol-free, Organic, Gluten-free and undiluted. Maple Water is clear, light and refreshing, and finishes with a delicately sweet hint of maple. It contains half the sugar and half the calories of coconut water. A tree water that offers a range of health benefits!  Minerals (electrolytes!), amino & organic acids (protein!), phytohormones (immunity!), polyphenols (antioxidants!) and 46+ nutrients essential to health. Enjoy it chilled as-is, or with sparkling water. Hydrate after a workout; use it in smoothies or as part of your favorite cocktail recipe. It can also be used in cooking as a stock or replacement for wine in sauces, when reduced over a gentle heat. It can also be used in baking to add a little maple twist to tasty treats! If you want to know more send us an email.
What’s New? Fresh Fruit Delivery service for Food Service Industry We are introducing our Fresh Fruit Delivery service.  We have been running fruit business for many years.  We have professional preservation facilities and delivery teams. We offer different imported and local fresh fruits with high quality depending on seasonality and availability. Prices of fruits include the delivery fee. The delivery is also on-time. For more information please contact china02@mexico-food.com Pecan nuts season Our pecan nut season started already, for more information on the available sizes and prices please email china02@mexico-food.com Coliman won the “TOP TEN popular international brands in China" On August 31, the fruit branding conference organized by China Fruit Circulation Association was held in Xi 'an. The conference mainly discussed the two themes: foreign fruit brand building and domestic well-known fruit construction method.  Coliman has been in China already for 10 years, with a strict quality control and enthusiastic after-sales service combined with a series of activities to guide the consumer, we were recommended by consumers as the "top ten popular international brands in China”. In the future, Coliman will continue to be committed to be "the best avocados from Mexico" playing a leading role in branding and allowing consumers to continue enjoying healthy life.
Grapes Our grapes are sold in more than 28 countries around the world. We are suppliers of different Tables grapes varieties in order to satisfy every customer’s taste.  Among the refreshing Green seedless we offer the Cotton Candy, the Prime Green early divine, the Perlete and the Sugraone. For a wonderful floral aroma and juicy sweet taste we have our Red seedless like the incredible rich Black seedless are the Autumn Beauty, Sweet Saphire and Sable. 
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Avocados The world's first avocado was grown and cultivated in Mexico for countless generations ago. And thanks to the region's fertile volcanic soil, ideal climate and centuries of expert cultivation, Mexico remains the source of the world's finest avocados.  Today, Mexico is the only place in the world where avocado trees naturally bloom four times a year. Producing a year-round bounty of irresistibly rich and creamy avocados whose unsurpassed quality and distinctly delicious flavor are always in season. Avocados from Mexico are the Hass variety which have pebbly skin that darkens from green to almost black as they ripen and the flesh inside becomes softer.  Health Benefits: healthy heart, low carb, weight loss, provide 20 essential vitamins and minerals. It is known as an excellent food for babies when they are 6-8 months old.
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What’s New?! Fresh Fruit Delivery service for Food Service Industry We have been running fruit business for many years. We have professional preservation facilities and delivery teams.  Read more… Pecan nuts season Our pecan nut season started already Read more… Coliman won the “TOP TEN popular international brands in China" On August 31, the fruit branding conference organized by China Fruit Circulation Association was held in Xi 'an.  Read more…
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Pick & Buy Avocados Here's how to pick the best Hass Avocados: Step 1 – Take a look at the chart below. When comparing a group of Hass Avocados, check the outside color of the skin of the avocados for any that are darker in color than the others. These may be riper than Hass Avocados with lighter skin. Check the outer skin of the avocado for any large indentations as this may be a sign that the fruit has been bruised. Note: Avocado color does not always indicate ripeness. Ripe avocados will yield to firm gentle pressure. Step 2 – Place the avocado in the palm of your hand.

 Step 3 – Gently squeeze without applying your fingertips as this can cause bruising.
 Step 4 – Picking ripe ready-to-eat Hass Avocados. If the avocado yields to firm gentle pressure you know it's ripe and ready-to-eat. If the avocado does not yield to gentle pressure it is considered still "firm" and will be ripe in a couple of days. If the avocado feels mushy or very soft to the touch it may be very ripe to overripe.

 Practice makes perfect - if it's your first time selecting avocados, try choosing a couple of avocados that yield to gentle pressure to see  how they differ in taste. Or try purchasing an unripe avocado, checking it every day for 2 - 3 days as it softens. Practice will help you learn what to look for when you're in the store.
How to Store Ripe Avocados Ripe fruit that has not been cut open can be stored in the refrigerator for two to three days.
 Store Cut Ripe Avocados - Sprinkle cut, mashed or sliced fruit with lemon or lime juice or another acidic agent and place in an air-tight container or tightly covered clear plastic wrap. The fruit can be stored in your refrigerator for a day. Store Guacamole – Guacamole often contains other ingredients that may affect how well and how long the guacamole can be stored. For most guacamole recipes, adding an acidic agent (like those in the right column) can help prevent oxidization when added on top of the guacamole. To store guacamole, place it in an air-tight container and press clear plastic wrap on the surface of the guacamole before covering to help prevent oxidation. Store in the refrigerator.

If refrigerated guacamole or fruit turns brown during storage, discard the top oxidized layer and enjoy the rest. How to Ripen or Speed up the Ripening Process for AvocadosAvocados do not ripen on the tree, they ripen or “soften” after they have been harvested. To speed up the avocado ripening process we recommend placing unripe avocados in a brown paper bag with an apple or banana for two to three days until they are ripe. We do not recommend any other method of ripening. Why does this work?
The plant hormone ethylene, which occurs naturally in fruits like apples and bananas, triggers the ripening process. When combined in a brown paper bag, which helps to trap the ethylene gases produced by these fruits, these gases can cause the fruits to ripen faster together.

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Pecan Nuts The Mexican pecan nuts are the best in the world.  The Pecan is a tree that reaches up to 24-27 meters tall and 3-4 meters of diameter on its trunk. Pecans are ready to harvest once the shell begins to open; when recently picked they have an estimated humidity of 25-30%, and it must drop to almost 4% before storage to be preserved. This nut is an excellent source of protein and energy. Further research has showed that due to the fact that most of the fat contained in the seed of the nut is unsaturated its consumption helps control the levels of cholesterol in the blood. Furthermore, the nut contains other healthy ingredients such as fiber, iron, calcium and vitamins.
Berries With 465,000 metric tons produced in almost 25,000 hectares, with an export value of USD $800 million in 2013. 85-90% of exports are sold in the United States and Canada, with Europe, and recently Asia becoming relevant alternative markets. There are more than 2,000 berry growers, many of them small scale producers (less than 2 hectares) in regions with significant need for job and business opportunities.  Aneberries (National Berry Exporter’s Association)  estimates that export values could reach over USD $1,500 million by 2020, duplicating planted area, volumes, and above all employment. 
Chia Seeds Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, grown in Mexico dating back to Mayan and Aztec cultures. "Chia" means strength, and folklore has it that these cultures used the tiny black and white seeds as an energy booster. That makes sense, as chia seeds are a concentrated food containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.  Chia seeds are an unprocessed, whole-grain food that can be absorbed by the body as seeds (unlike flaxseeds). One ounce (about 2 tablespoons) contains 139 calories, 4 grams of protein, 9 grams fat, 12 grams carbohydrates and 11 grams of fiber, plus vitamins and minerals. The mild, nutty flavor of chia seeds makes them easy to add to foods and beverages. They are most often sprinkled on cereal, sauces, vegetables, rice dishes, or yogurt or mixed into drinks and baked goods. They can also be mixed with water and made into a gel.  Chia seeds are native to South America and have been a part of Mayan and Aztec diets for centuries. HOW TO USE CHIA? Chia seeds can be added directly to water, to fresh drinks (lemonade), tea and coffee. As an additive for: yogurt, dressing, salads, fruit cocktails, bread dough, cookies and bakery in general. Chia seeds can be added to fresh drinks (lemonade), tea and coffee. As an additive for: yogurt, dressing, salads and bakery.   Benefits: Natural source of Omega 3 and nutriments like: fiber, calcium, iron and proteins.  
Agave Syrup What is Agave Nectar? While agave is best recognized as the plant from which tequila is made, it has also been used for thousands of years as an ingredient in food.  The Aztecs prized the agave as a gift from the gods and used the liquid from its core to flavor foods and drinks. Now, due to increasing awareness of agave nectar's many beneficial properties, it is becoming the preferred sweetener of health conscious consumers, doctors, and natural foods cooks alike. Where Does Agave Nectar Come From? Agave nectar (sometimes called agave syrup) is most often produced from the Blue Agaves that thrive in the volcanic soils of Southern Mexico. Agaves are large, spiky plants that resemble cactus or yuccas in both form and habitat, but they are actually succulents similar to the familiar Aloe Vera. Agaves come in many sizes and colors — well over 100 species. Due to the Blue Agave's high carbohydrate content (which results in a high percentage of fructose in the final nectar), Blue Agave is the preferred species for producing nectar. Though there are other species used to produce agave nectars, such as the Maguey Agave, the premium nectars are produced from 100% Weber Blue Agave.  How is Agave Nectar Made? When the agave has grown to 7-10 years old, the leaves of the plant are cut off, revealing the core of the plant (called the "pina"). When harvested, the pina resembles a giant pineapple and can weight in at 50 to 150 pounds.  To make the agave nectar, sap is extracted from the pina, filtered, and heated at a low temperature, which breaks down the carbohydrates into sugars. Lighter and darker varieties of agave nectar are made from the same plants. Because of the low temperatures used in processing many varieties (under 118°F) raw foods enthusiasts generally regard agave nectar as a raw food.  What Does Agave Nectar Taste Like? The taste of agave nectar is comparable, though not identical, to honey. Many people who do not like the taste of honey find agave a more palatable choice. It also has none of the bitter aftertaste associated with artificial sweeteners. Though some purveyors offer a half dozen varieties of agave nectar based on different plant varieties and varied preparation methods, most brands offer two types: a light and a dark. The lighter syrups undergo less heating and a more thorough filtration to produce a more mildly flavored product that is neutral enough to be used in many culinary applications. The darker syrups are filtered less, and the solids left in the syrup make for a stronger nectar with a flavor sometimes compared to maple syrup. Agave nectar is a healthy alternative to sugar and considered by many to be one of the healthiest sweeteners in the world. A number of physicians and health professionals, recommend using agave as the preferred sweetener over sugar, honey, and artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin. The reason is simple: agave nectar is a low Glycemic Index food (approximately 30) that will save you 25%-40% in calories without the harmful effects of sugar and artificial sweeteners. Sugar is a high glycemic food that has no nutritional value and spikes your blood sugar causing dramatic fluctuations in energy. Honey is as high as sugar on the Glycemic Index. Unlike sugar, Agave syrup contains natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals (including calcium and iron), and a nutritious fiber, Inulin, that help sustain energy and maintain healthy eating habits. Studies have shown that the combination of a low GI diet and a diet supplemented with inulin powerfully boosts your health, energy, and immune system.
Avocado Oil Avocado oil is the edible oil pressed from the fleshy pulp of avocados. Avocado oil can be used for both cooking and cosmetic purposes. Its unusually high smoking point and aromatic flavor make it suitable for both high temperature frying and grilling, as well as an emulsifying salad oil. Nutritionally, avocado oil ranks comparably to olive oil with a copious amount monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. It is also loaded with proteins, lecithin, beta-carotene and vitamins A, D and E. HOW TO USE AVOCADO OIL? Avocado oil is a versatile, delicious and easy-to-use superfood staple. It adds more flavor to your dishes and coaxes more nutrition out of each and every bite.  You can use avocado oil for just about any culinary purpose including: sautéing, pan-frying, baking, roasting, popping, marinating, emulsifying, dipping and drizzling. 
Day Fruits It is the newest healthy snack made just for you with natural ingredients. It has four natural flavors that include grape, raspberry, strawberry and mango.  It contains chia seeds , that is consider the newest super food containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, antioxidants, and calcium.  It is a perfect treat after doing yoga, gym, sports, etc.  It is a perfect snack to start a healthier life. HOW TO OPEN:Since this  fruit roll, after opening the package you will have to unroll and then peel the fruit from the plastic.
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Chocolate Chia Seed  with Agave Syrup Pudding Original recipe makes 1 serving 2 tablespoons cocoa powder  1 tablespoons of agave syrup 1 teaspoon hazelnut flavor instant coffee powder (optional) 1/4 cup chia seeds 1 cup milk 2 teaspoons honey, or to taste Mix cocoa powder, brown sugar, and instant coffee powder together in a bowl; stir until no lumps remain. Fold chia seeds into the mixture. Pour milk into the bowl and stir to incorporate; let the mixture sit a few minutes before stirring again. Repeat resting and stirring a few times over the course of 20 minutes. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate 2 hours to overnight. Drizzle honey over the pudding to serve.
Avocado Oil: Chinese fried rice Ingredients  1 1/3 cups of water 3/4 cups of rice (white or brown) 3 tablespoons of Avocado Oil 4 green onions with tops, chopped 1/4 teaspoon of salt 2 carrots, finely chopped 1/2 cup of finely chopped green bell pepper 1/2 cup of frozen peas 1 egg 2 tablespoons of soy sauce 1 tablespoon of sesame oil 1/4 cup of chopped parsley PreparationIn a sauce pan, bring the water and rice to a boil, STIR frequently. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer until rice is tender and has absorbed all the water, about 20 minutes. In a large heavy skillet or wok, heat the avocado oil over medium-high heat. Add the cooked rice and sauce until lightly golden. Add the green onions, salt, carrots, peppers and peas (cooked meat if desired). Stir-fry until the vegetables are tender-crisp (about 5 minutes). Hollow out a circle in the center of the skillet by pushing the vegetables and rice to the sides. Break an egg into the hollow area and cook, lightly scrambling the egg as it cooks. Stir the scrambled egg into the rice mixture. Sprinkle with soy sauce, sesame oil and chopped parsley. Serve immediately.
Romaine Salad with Avocado-Lime Vinaigrette Ingredients1 teaspoon fresh lime juice 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon avocado oil 8 cups shredded romaine lettuce (about 15 ounces) 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved 1/4 cup vertically sliced red onion Preparation Combine first 3 ingredients, stirring with a whisk. Gradually add oil, stirring constantly with a whisk. Combine lettuce, tomatoes, and onion in a large bowl, tossing gently. Drizzle juice mixture over lettuce mixture; toss gently to coat. Serve immediately.
Shrimp Scampi Ingredients1 pound of large uncooked shrimp,     shelled and de-veined, the tails can be left on or not,     your preference Salt 3 to 4 cloves of garlic 5 tablespoons of Avocado Oil 2 tablespoons of finely chopped parsley 1/2 cup of white wine 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes Freshly ground black pepper to taste 1 tablespoon of lemon juice PreparationPour Avocado Oil in a saute pan and put on medium high heat. Once the oil is hot, add the garlic and red pepper flakes. Saute for a minute, or until you see the edges of the garlic start to brown. As soon as the garlic starts to brown, add the shrimp to the pan. Then add the white wine and start to stir shrimp with the oil, garlic and pepper flakes mixture. Spread the shrimp in the pan and increase the heat to high and let the wine boil for vigorously for 2 to 3 minutes. Turn the shrimp over, or toss them so the cooked sides are mostly facing up, and boil the wine for another minute. Remove from the heat, add the parsley and toss to combine. Add the lemon juice and black pepper and salt.  Note: You do not want to overcook the shrimp. Once the shrimp start to turn "white" they are done. You can either serve the shrimp by themselves or over pasta.
Healthy Avocado Fruit Salad with Chia Yogurt Dressing Ingredients  1 grapefruit 1 pear 1 orange 1 Mexican avocado 1 mango 10 strawberries 1/2 lemon, juice squeezed 1/4 cup natural yogurt  2 tbsp pure vanilla extract 1/4 cup chia seeds PreparationWash, peel, core, remove seeds (if necessary) and cut into desired size pieces fruits. Add to a bowl. To make the dressing, in a separate bowl whisk together yogurt, lemon juice, vanilla extract and chia seeds. Pour over the fruits and mix just enough to combine. Serve chilled. Store covered in the refrigerator for up to 1 day. Stir gently before serving to lift the juices from the bottom of the bowl.
Strawberries, Feta and Greens with Agave Vinaigrette Ingredients  Salad6 cups chopped Romaine lettuce 
3 cups sliced baby spinach leaves 
½ cup feta 
2 cups sliced strawberries 
3 tablespoons toasted almonds or pecans Agave Vinaigrette 
2 tablespoons  Agave Nectar 
2 tablespoons olive oil 
¼ cup red wine vinegar 
1 clove garlic, minced 
Salt and black pepper to taste PreparationCombine all salad ingredients except pecans in a large bowl. In glass jar with a lid, combine all vinaigrette ingredients. Cover and shake well to combine. Pour vinaigrette over salad. Toss to mix. Sprinkle pecans on top.
5 Quick & Easy Ways to Use Hass Avocados 1 For avocado purists.Eating a half of a plain avocado sprinkled with lemon juice or your favorite seasoning is all you need. Try a little paprika or balsamic vinegar for an added twist. 2 As an avocado spread Spread Hass Avocado on bread, for a rich and velvety, cholesterol-free topping. 3 Guacamole or Avocado DipEven one avocado can make a great snack with chips or veggie sticks. Diced or mashed Hass Avocados make one fantastic dip.  4 Avocado SaladSliced in salad they are spectacular. Create your own avocado salad and salad dressing or try some of ours. 5 Sandwiches & BurgersFrom bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato sandwiches to lush avocado burgers or avocado wraps - Hass Avocados add creamy flair to any sandwich.
Homemade Baby Food Recipe Simply mash avocado with a fork in a small bowl - add formula, water or breast milk to make liquid enough for baby. First Avocado Baby Food - Creamy Fruit Mash 1 apple or pear, peeled, cored and diced
 1/2 avocado, peeled
little water Place the prepared apple or pear into a small saucepan and add a little water.Simmer gently until the fruit is tender.Transfer the apple or pear to a food processor and puree until smooth.Mash the avocado with the fruit puree and serve. First Avocado Baby Food - Melon Delight1 small slice Cantaloupe melon 1/2 avocado, peeled Remove the skin from the melon, then simply mash the avocado and melon together.This tastes wonderful with a touch of ground ginger! First Avocado Baby Food - Sweet Potato and Avocado Dinner 1 small sweet potato 1 avocado, peeled Bake the sweet potato in its skin for 45 mins - 1 hour until tender. Cool, then remove the flesh from the skin and mash with the avocado. Avocado also tastes delicious mashed with cooked butter nut squash. First Avocado Baby Food - No-Cook Fruity Treat 1 small, ripe banana 1 avocado Peel both fruits and mash together for a creamy treat for your baby that's ready in a flash! Avocado and Tofu 1/2 cup of tofu  1/2 avocado, mashed with fork  1 teaspoon of olive oil or avocado oil  Juice from half a small lime  Mix in bowl breaking up the tofu for chunky consistency (or blended in processor).  Use you creativity1/2 avocado, smashed with folk 1/2 of you baby favorite fruit (previous boiled)  2  tsp of milk  mix all together or 1/2 avocado smashed with folk 1/2 of you baby favorite vegetable (previous boiled) 2 tsp of avocado oil or olive oil mix all together you will have the perfect and healthy, meal for you baby.
Avocado Face Mask Hydrates and softens the skin, removes dead skin cells without causing irritation. Ingredients1 avocado Preparation Remove the pit from the avocado and scoop out the remaining pulp out of the peel. Mash the pulp into a fine paste. How to use it Gently rub the inside of the avocado skins against clean skin for 3-5 minutes. Apply the mashed avocado pulp on face and leave it for 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado face peel and mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Carrot and Olive Oil Cleanses and moisturizes the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. Avocado 2 tbsp. boiled carrot 1 tbsp. olive oil Preparation Mash the avocado and the carrot, then add in the olive oil and mix until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Orange and Lemon Cleanses and moisturizes the skin, removes dead cells. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tsp. fresh orange juice 1 tsp. lemon juice Preparation Mash the avocado, then add in the orange juice and the lemon juice and mix until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
Avocado Face Mask with Banana, Olive Oil and Orange Juice Smoothens and moisturizes the skin, exfoliates dead skin cells, fights wrinkles. Ingredients 1 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. mashed banana 1 tsp. olive oil 1 tsp. fresh orange juice Preparation Mash the avocado and add in the olive oil and the orange juice. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Egg Yolk Anti aging, nourishes and lightens the skin, heals blemishes. Ingredients 2 tbsp. Avocado 2 tbsp. Honey 1 egg yolk Preparation Mash the avocado pulp in a bowl and add the honey and the egg yolk. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it Apply to face  carefully avoiding the eye area and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Egg White and Lemon Juice Regulates skin oiliness, hydrates the skin, reduce swelling and inflammation. Ingredients ½ avocado 1 egg white 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice Preparation Mash the avocado pulp in a bowl and add egg white and lemon juice. Mix the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Honey, Yogurt and Cucumber Deeply cleanses and nourishes the skin, refines enlarged pores. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1 tbsp. Yogurt 2 tbsp. mashed cucumber Preparation Mash the avocado pulp and the cucumber in a food processor. Add the honey and the yogurt and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 15 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Cocoa Antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal face mask, destroys acne-causing bacteria, nourishes and softens the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1 tsp. cocoa powder Preparation Mash the avocado pulp, add the honey and the cocoa powder and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week. Avocado Face Mask with Honey and Cinnamon Helps treat and prevent acne, nourishes and softens the skin. Ingredients 2 tbsp. mashed avocado 1 tbsp. Honey 1/2 tsp. cinnamon powder Preparation Mash the avocado pulp, add the honey and the cinnamon powder and mix all the ingredients together until they form a smooth paste. How to use it  Apply to face and neck, carefully avoiding the eye area, and leave it on for 10 minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water. Use this avocado mask once a week.
Avocado deep conditioning treatment Ingredients½ ripe avocado 1 egg yolk 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp  honey Preparation Mash all of the ingredients in a bowl Apply mask to hair, including the scalp if you want. Or you can just deep condition the ends. Put hair in a shower cap, let it sit for about 15 minutes, longer if you prefer. Use this avocado hair treatment  twice at Month. Banana & Avocado Deep Conditioning Treatment for Dry Hair Ingredients1 ripe banana  1 ripe avocado  1 tbsp of olive oil Preparation Mash all of the ingredients in a bowl or better yet, use a blender. Shampoo hair, comb it out and towel-dry. Apply mask to hair, including the scalp if you want. Or you can just deep condition the ends. Put hair in a shower cap or wrap it in Saran Wrap and let it sit for about 15 minutes, longer if you prefer. Use this avocado hair treatment  twice at Month.
GRAPES IN MEXICO Number 8 producer of grapes in the world. Plantation area: 28,940.61 Harvested area (Ha): 26,914.51 Production (Ton): 375,298.4 Yield (Ton/Ha): 13.94 ($/Ton): 18,901.46 / 1,400.11 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 525,458.4 USD SonoraPlantation (Ha): 19,970.00 Harvested area (Ha): 18,883.00 Production (Ton): 303,106.12 Yield (Ton/Ha): 16.05 ($/Ton): 21,505.18 / 1,592.98 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 482,840.77 USD Main varieties grown in Mexico are: Perlette, Flame, Sugraone, Red Globe. Main countries where Mexico export: USA, Hong Kong, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, Belize and Guatemala
AVOCADO IN MEXICO Plantation area: 151,022.65 Harvested area (Ha): 130,307.99 Production (Ton): 1,316,104.02 Yield (Ton/Ha): 10.10  ($/Ton): 12,619.17 / 934.75 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 1,230,233.1 USD MichoacánPlantation (Ha): 112,673.34 Harvested area (Ha): 105,512.74 Production (Ton): 1,117,338.49 Yield (Ton/Ha): 10.59 ($/Ton): 13,277.71 / 983.53 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 109,894.36 USD Main varieties grown in Mexico are: Avocado Bacon, Strong Avocado, Hass avocado Main countries where Mexico export: United States, Japan, Taiwan, El Salvador , Netherlands, Spain , Honduras , Russia, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica , Germany , Hong Kong , China , Korea , Denmark, Australia , France, England and New Zealand 
GRAPES IN MEXICO Number 8 producer of grapes in the world. Plantation area: 28,940.61 Harvested area (Ha): 26,914.51 Production (Ton): 375,298.4 Yield (Ton/Ha): 13.94 ($/Ton): 18,901.46 / 1,400.11 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 525,458.4 USD SonoraPlantation (Ha): 19,970.00 Harvested area (Ha): 18,883.00 Production (Ton): 303,106.12 Yield (Ton/Ha): 16.05 ($/Ton): 21,505.18 / 1,592.98 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 482,840.77 USD Main varieties grown in Mexico are: Perlette, Flame, Sugraone, Red Globe. Main countries where Mexico export: USA, Hong Kong, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, Belize and Guatemala
AVOCADO IN MEXICO Plantation area: 151,022.65 Harvested area (Ha): 130,307.99 Production (Ton): 1,316,104.02 Yield (Ton/Ha): 10.10  ($/Ton): 12,619.17 / 934.75 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 1,230,233.1 USD MichoacánPlantation (Ha): 112,673.34 Harvested area (Ha): 105,512.74 Production (Ton): 1,117,338.49 Yield (Ton/Ha): 10.59 ($/Ton): 13,277.71 / 983.53 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 109,894.36 USD Main varieties grown in Mexico are: Avocado Bacon, Strong Avocado, Hass avocado Main countries where Mexico export: United States, Japan, Taiwan, El Salvador , Netherlands, Spain , Honduras , Russia, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica , Germany , Hong Kong , China , Korea , Denmark, Australia , France, England and New Zealand 
PECAN NUTS IN MEXICO Plantation area: 98,611.75 Harvested area (Ha): 69,796.43 Production (Ton): 110.604.73 Yield (Ton/Ha): 1.58 ($/Ton): 3,196.75 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 353,576 USD SonoraPlantation (Ha): 9,561.50 Harvested area (Ha): 7,394.00 Production (Ton): 17,146.93 Yield (Ton/Ha): 2.32  ($/Ton): 48,091.15 / 3,562.31 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 61,082.63 USD ChihuahuaPlantation (Ha): 60,243.12 Harvested area (Ha): 39,035.51 Production (Ton): 60,031.31 Yield (Ton/Ha): 1.54  ($/Ton): 43,477.62 / 3,220.56 USD Production value (Thousands of dollars): 193,334.71 USD Main producers: the main nut-producing states as 2010 figures were Chihuahua, Sonora, Coahuila, Durango and Hidalgo.  Within these five states is concentrated 97.09% of revenues recorded and 94.17% of production. 
Where it comes from Planted Surface(Hectares) by State(2013) State                                                        2013         Raspberry      Blackberry Michoacan                                             16.533              290                  290 Baja California                                        2.358              229                  229 Guanajuato                                                 926                  0                      0 Jalisco                                                     3.034           1.512               1.512 Other                                                       1.502                48                    48 Total                                                      24.352           2.078               2.078
Where it comes from Planted Surface(Hectares) by State(2013) State              2013     Raspberry Blackberry Michoacan    16.533   290            290 Baja California  2.358  229          229 Guanajuato        926       0              0 Jalisco              3.034   1.512       1.512 Other                1.502     48           48 Total               24.352    2.078      2.078
AVOCADO OIL IN MEXICO Production: 3.205 tons (exporting on 2013) Production value (Thousands of dollars): 12.456 (thousands of usd – 2013) Main producing areas:Michoacan Main exporting places:USA, Cuba, France, Nederland
CHIA IN MEXICO Plantation area: 5,096.60 Harvested area (Ha): 5,096.60 Production (Ton): 2,060.16 Yield (Ton/Ha): 0.40  ($/Ton): 65,777.88 / 4,872.44 Production value (Thousands of dollars): 10,038 USD Main varieties grown in Mexico are: gold chia or desert chia and salva red Main countries where Mexico export: Germany, Argentina, Australia, Belize, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, South Korea, Cuba, Chile, China, Denmark, El Salvador and UAE.
What’s new?? MFC Coliman Wechat As part of our interest to be closer to our customers and consumers we have created a WECHAT account. Here you will find important information about our Coliman avocado, grapes, nuts, berries, bananas, etc., as well as our avocado oil and other healthy products. We will also share some details about Mexico. We will also inform you about the events and activities where MFC will be present during 2016. Don’t wait any longer, start following us, TODAY! Coliman Avocado Video! We know the avocado is becoming one of the healthiest fruit/vegetable in the world and consumers in China are aware of this. That’s why we made a video showing the importance of avocado in a Chinese family daily life. Hope you like it! White Corn & Sorghum Mexico White Corn protocol to China was signed on September 2015 and will last for 2 years, to be renewed after this period. Mexico Food Connection is ready to supply white corn to China in the coming season that is in May and June.Sorghum is on the list of the items that will also open protocol this year.If you are interested please contact us.
MFC Coliman Wechat As part of our interest to be closer to our customers and consumers we have created a WECHAT account. Here you will find important information about our Coliman avocado, grapes, nuts, berries, bananas, etc., as well as our avocado oil and other healthy products. We will also share some details about Mexico. We will also inform you about the events and activities where MFC will be present during 2016. Don’t wait any longer, start following us, TODAY! Coliman Avocado Video! We know the avocado is becoming one of the healthiest fruit/vegetable in the world and consumers in China are aware of this. That’s why we made a video showing the importance of avocado in a Chinese family daily life. Hope you like it! White Corn & Sorghum Mexico White Corn protocol to China was signed on September 2015 and will last for 2 years, to be renewed after this period. Mexico Food Connection is ready to supply white corn to China in the coming season that is in May and June.Sorghum is on the list of the items that will also open protocol this year.If you are interested please contact us.