The Philippines is a major producer of tropical fruits such as banana, pineapple and mango. These fruits are the country's top agricultural exports in terms of volume and value. More areas in the country are now being devoted to production of tropical crops to further boost the industry.

  • Leading fruit growin in the Philippines and a consistent top dollar earner. The top four banana exporting countries in 2006, which includes the Philippines, accounted for the 64% of world exports.
  • Locally produced varieties
    • Cavendish
    • Latundan
    • Lakatan
    • Inarnibal
    • Amas
    • Bungulan
    • Pitogo
    • Morado
    • Inabaniko
    • Señorita
  • Export market products: cavendish and banana chips from saba/cardaba varieties Local market products: lakatan and latundan varieties
  • Philippines is the third top exporter of pineapple in the world with a market share of 9.57% in 2005.
  • Varieties grown in the Philippines: Smooth Cayenne or Hawaiian, Queen or African Queen or Formosa and Native Philippine Red or Red Spanish and Cabezona
  • Country's national fruit and is considered as one of the finest and the sweetest in the world.
  • Third most important fruit crop of the country based on export volume and value next to banana and pineapple.
  • the country is among the top ten mango exporter in 2005 with a market share of 3.8%.
  • Export variety: Carabao Mango, which is one of the best varieties in the world.