Assortment

Fruits

Vegetables

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Mangoes from Ghana

Ghana’s climate allows us to grow the sweetest tasting mangoes in the world. The most commonly grown variety is Keitt, but we also have a significant population of Kent trees. MakolaHub Fresh works with growers in all regions of the country. We harvest in the South-Eastern part of Ghana from December through January, the South-Central part of the country from mid-January through February, and the North starting in May and going through June.