Tropical Organic Growers is a production and shipping company dedicated to grow certified organic tropical fruits in Mexico.

Sustainable, it means the world to us

Sustainable agriculture is the ability to grow food without compromising the world’s capacity to continue producing for future generations. We are commited to growing in a renewing and circular way, protecting and preserving the earth’s capacity to continue providing for us all.  

The direct consequences of human interaction with Nature in the last 100 years has posed serious threats to life on this planet. More than ever in human history, the future of the next generations and of our entire planet depends on the decisions that we make today. Our actions and omissions will inevitably affect the lives of our children and the natural environment they will inhabit. Our responsibility is beyond our own future; it is with the survival of our planet and all species that inhabit it.

Mexico, an organic
tropical fruit paradise

Tropical fruits in general require substantial amounts of water to grow. Tropical areas have abundant annual rainfall to produce such fruits. But, these extremely humid areas are also perfect environments to various fruit diseases, highly difficult to combat in an organic way.

Nested just outside the traditional tropical belt, Mexico combines unparalleled conditions to grow high quality organic produce, with the perfect natural conditions for organically grown bananas.

Organic, it’s in
our nature

Growing organically is the ultimate commitment to a clean, sustainable and regenerative agriculture. Organic represents an oath to respect our natural environment by eliminating synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, that can contaminate both the soil and the underground aquifers.

By establishing our farms in a sub-tropical region with optimal climatic conditions for organic production, we achieve a more sustainable low–input production system.

Protect wildlife, support Nature

In the last 100 years, over 500 species of animals have gone extinct and many more may face the same fate in the near future. Around half of the world’s coral reefs have died in the last 30 years. Nearly 20% of the Amazon rainforest has been lost in the last 50 years.

We are truly committed to respect the natural interactions of the local flora and fauna with our operations.