Using the right varieties enable us to ensure over 6 months of much better food security to the farmers families.
Are avocadoes quite possibly the perfect fruit? Rich in nutrition, versatile, and universally loved by populations around the world, avocadoes are a desirable commodity for consumers, suppliers, and farmers in rural Africa. Global demand for avocado has been steadily increasing for decades, with no sign of slowing down, giving farmers the ideal chance to leverage this opportunity with free avocado trees provided by FreeTree. Due to consistent year-round sales demand, reduced labor and production costs, and high profit margins, our avocado trees are a treasured source of sustainable farming income for farmers in underserved rural communities of Africa.
This nutritional powerhouse also serves to help provide food security to historically disadvantaged communities and low-income families, offering essential vitamins like B2, B3, C, and E, and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and copper. Avocadoes have the perfect combination of healthy fats, high caloric content, and satisfying protein, which provides a delicious source of energy for families that have limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables.
The avocado tree seedlings we provide are hand-selected to ensure a profitable variety that will give farmers access to the highest quality yield of avocadoes for global export, and will provide over 6 months of food security to families in rural Africa.
Avocado is a fruit that has experienced a fast-increasing demand in the last few years, due in part to the international popularity of guacamole and its global recognition as a “super food” based on health benefits.
The fast growth in demand and prices are setting up avocado as one of the top crops to be traded.
The market is projected to show a healthy CAGR of 5.9% every year during the forecast period of 2018-2026.
5.5 mln tons
During previous years, the performance of the avocado market grew 104% from 2000 to 2016, with a total production of 5.5 million tons in 2016, and a 69% increase in harvested areas.