Mango Ecuador Foundation

Plants & Exporters

Refin S.A.

REFIN S.A. is located in Guayquil – Ecuador which is the country’s largest city and main port as well. The first mango exports started in 1999. After that we expanded our export programs to other commodities such as Persian Limes, Plantains, Bananas, Malanga, Avocados, among other tropical products.

REFIN’S success is build on the great emphasis that we put in quality control procedures. Our mangos are sourced by some of the finest farms in the country, and upon the arrival of the fruit to the pack house our quality control team that works independently from the pack house staff, does a proper follow up of the process in all its phases, based in our own quality control protocol.

We deal with the following varieties: Tommy Atkins, Haden’s, Kent’s, Keitt’s and Ataulfos. A wide range of sizes is packed starting with 5s, 6s & 7s, followed by 8s, 9s, 10s & 12s, and going all the way to the small end with 14s & 16s.

REFIN’S mangos are marketed all over the world (USA, Mexico, Canada, Gemany, France, UK and New Zealand) under the Bernie’s, Lucy’s and Sebastian Labels.

Green cooking mangos (Keitts) as well as Tree Ripe mangos are specialties that we also deal with.

Contact Information
REFIN S.A.
Km 1.5 vía a Samborondón Edif. Samborondón Plaza, Piso 5to Ofic. 505
Bernardo Malo Cordero
Phone: +593 4 6000224
Mobile: +593 9 9252808
E-mail: bmalo@refintropicals.com
Website: http://www.refintropicals.com
Guayaquil, Ecuador

 
Ecuadorian Mango Varieties
Each mango has a unique flavor and texture, which makes mango tasting an adventure of new discoveries! Try mangos at different stages of ripeness and at different times of the year. You'll be glad you did.
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Mango Ecuadorian Foundation is a non profit organization whose main objective is to support the producer, exporters and industry sectors with a concern on the most efficient and sustainable use of our natural resources.
"Slice & Scoop" Mango Cutting Method
Stand the mango on your cutting board stem end down and hold. Place your knife about 1/4" from the widest center line and cut down through the mango.
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