Our Product

The protagonist of our day to day, the Okra. It is a flowering plant in the mallow family, related to cotton and hibiscus.

Sometimes Okra is referred to as "Lady's Finger" for the elongated and delicate shape. The fruit is rich in nutrients such as Vitamin A, B, C, K, B6, Magnesium, Folate as well as many beneficial antioxidants.

Being low on calories and carbs the Okra has many health benefits as it contains high quantities of protein and fiber. The pods are very easy to cook and add beneficial nutrients to a balanced diet.

Okra varieties

American (Clemson) Okra

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Indian Okra

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production Process

From the warmth of Honduran fields to the world

Okra is a highly perishable and delicate fruit, therefore  every step in the process of harvesting, packing, and transporting our okra is key for the perfect delivery of our high quality product.

Our Market & Logistics

We grow and harvest high quality Okra according to our market and customer specifications.


We pack our Okra with the highest quality and manufacturing standards, we have our own branding and selection which allow us to surpass our customer expectations. We pre-cool, and guarantee the proper temperature conditions for our product.


We transport our Okra in controlled temperature trucks, containers, and airplanes. We minimize the transport by organising the best possible logistics to arrive to the market with the freshest product.


We deliver to our customers fresh and high quality Okra, which sell to end consumers which are very satisfied with our product.

Our Fields

Satellite photo of the 8 Production lots that FRUVEGO cultivates in Choluteca, Honduras.

Production Area

FRUVEGO has 13 production lots, which every year are carefully prepared and cultivated during our year-round cycle.

The 13 lots represent a total of 184 manzanas, which are equivalent to 129 hectares, and 317 acres.

Production window

Production Cycle Schedule

We produce Okra in a year round basis, we supply our customers every week of the year.

Our main season covers from November to May, but we have availability of supply in smaller quantities from June to October.

From the warm and fertile soils of the Southern region of Honduras to the world.