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Fresh tropical fruit (including organic) ripened in the sun transported by air

Fresh tropical fruit at various stages of ripeness transported by ship

Tropical fruit frozen at the highest level of ripeness


WELL PACK provides logistics services, including the import of tropical fruit.
We ship orders always on time, without misdelivery and damage.
Fresh tropical fruit is imported to Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, England, Ireland, and other countries

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Avocado (Persēa americāna). The green flesh of avocado is highly nutritious. It contains monounsaturated fats that have a direct effect on your testosterone level, lower the level of bad cholesterol, and strengthen your cardiovascular system.


Babaco (Carica pentagona). Babaco is a hybrid that tastes somewhat similar to the mix of strawberries, pineapples, and bananas. It is rich in vitamin A and vitamin C which improve eyesight and promote skin health. It is low-calorie and that is why it is ideal for those aiming to lose weight through a low calorie diet.


Bananas (Musa). This fruit (botanically a berry) is a great resource of antioxidants that are crucial for brain health and for preventing age-related neurodegeneration. It protects against developing Type 2 diabetes, helps to normalize blood pressure, and can be helpful in fighting with depression.

Baby Bananas

Baby Bananas. These small items differ from ordinary bananas not only in size. They are sweeter and have more distinct honey-like flavor. They are a great source of fiber to stimulate the digestion and provide potassium to balance fluid levels within the body.


Carambola (Averrhoa carambola). It is also known as a star fruit due to its form when sliced. Carambola is useful for human digestion and nervous system. It contains thiamine that is why it is recommended to those suffering from frequent stresses and irritability.


Coconut (Cocos nucifera). Coconuts are especially high in manganese, which is essential for bone health and has strong hypoglycemic action. The coconut oil has strong antibacterial effects and can suppress the growth of some types of bacteria.


Pitahaya (Hylocereus undatus). Pitahaya is also known as a dragon fruit because of its distinctive appearance with scaly spikes on the skin. This is a fruit of a cactus and it has delicious sweet taste. Pitahaya has an anti-inflammatory effect and is useful for people suffering from arthritis.


Granadilla (Passiflora ligularis). This is a related species to passion fruit but its taste is different. Due to its peculiarities, Granadilla is recommended to people with cardiovascular disease and hypertension.

Green Cavendish banana

Green Banana. They are usually firmer and less sweet than ripe bananas, and have a pale green or a bit yellowish skin. Green bananas are typically used in cooking, and they are used like potato or any other starchy vegetable: roasted, steamed, or fried. They keep their shape and do not become pultaceous like yellow bananas do.


Guava (Psidium guajava). This exotic fruit tastes like a mix of pineapple, strawberry, and raspberry. It is sweet with a slight acidity. It is rich in vitamins А, В, С, Е, РР and contains more vitamin C than it is in citrus fruits.


Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus). This is the biggest fruit that grows on a tree. It is irregularly shaped and has very sweet taste like marshmallow. Jackfruit can help to stabilize the pressure and increase the level of hemoglobin.


Kumquat (Rutaceae). This is a citrus fruit and it looks like an oval tangerine. Their tastes are also similar. Due to its high content of vitamin C, it strengthens the immune system and helps to resist colds and many other diseases.


Lychee (Lítchi chinénsis). Its taste differs from sweet to a bit acid and may be slightly tart. Lychee is actively used in traditional Chinese medicine as a powerful antioxidant that protects against many diseases.


Mango (Mangifera indica). Mango came from Southeast Asia and it is well-known and popular in our country for its sweet and delicate taste. In India, it became a symbol of prosperity and happiness.


Melon (Cucumis melo). People like the pleasant refreshing taste of melon. These are magnesium and zinc, two minerals that improve and support mental health and healthy brain function.


Papaya (Carica papaya). Papaya came to us from Mexico and Central America. It is also called a tree melon, and it is not difficult to understand what its taste resembles. It contains vitamins A, C, B9, and

Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa). It looks like a big plum with violet, red, or yellow skin. Eating it, you boost immunity and protect yourself from colds and seasonal infectious diseases, anemia and deficiency disease.


Pepino (Solanum muricatum). This fruit is also called pepino dulce (“sweet cucumber”). It resembles a melon in color, taste, and shape. It is dietary fruit and can be a sweet snack when you’re on a diet.


Physalis (Physalis). Different species of physalis bear fruits (berries) that are tasty and useful. They contain compounds that fight several common strains of bacteria, treat skin irritation, and relieve arthritis pain.


Pineapple (Ananas comosus). This fruit is common in our stores and people like its sweetness and freshness. It has been found that bromelain that is contained in pineapples well helps to reduce swelling and inflammation.


Pomegranate (Punica granatum). The taste of pomegranate varies from sweeter to more acid. Its red edible seeds require time to be removed. It is high in phytochemicals and antioxidants such as flavonols that help in reducing inflammation and insulin resistance.


Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea). It is also known as the tree tomato, tomate de árbol, tomate andino and under other numerous names. This Tamarillo is small, oblong, and orange-red. Its texture is similar to tomato but it is sweeter and its skin is bitter.


Taxo (Passiflora tripartita var. mollisima). This is one of the most fascinating exotic fruits from the Andes. It is popular in Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and Bolivia. The taste is pleasant and mildly sweet.


Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). It is originated from western South America, Mexico, and Central America. The latest studies demonstrate the great health profit that you will have if eating tomatoes regularly. Lycopene that was found in tomatoes can help to restore biochemical balance in diabetics.




We have started our activities in South America with an RPC banana packaging project. Today, this project is an on-going success. We gradually decided to expand our activities to import fresh tropical fruit. Now our European customers can taste an unforgettable piece of the Caribbean.


We select the suppliers whose fruit has been tested for harmful substances and have all quality certificates and licenses. We personally visit the farms to verify the quality of the product and learn about the farming practices there. That is why we can guarantee the great results.

Most of our fruit comes from the smaller family farms where farmers put their hearts into growing the food.

We offer many types of fruit, including pineapple, papaya, bananas, avocado, mango, passion fruit, dragon fruit etc. They are always delicious, juicy, and flavorful.



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