Dole Fresh Foods Logo

Find Your Farm

All our fruit from the farm straight to your local supermarket. The farm code tells you which farm produced the fruit you are eating. Just enter the 3- or 5-digit code to find out where your fruit came from and learn about the country and the people who grew and picked it!

Dole Banana Farmer
Home Sustainability FRUPASA



Honduras Flag


Once the home of the Maya, the region borders the Caribbean in the north and the Pacific in the south. In the densely populated lowlands of the northwest is San Pedro Sula. On the northeast coast is the great lowland jungle of Mosquitia with the UNESCO-protected biosphere reserve of Río Plátano.

Olanchito, Yoro


At the higher altitudes in the interior, the tropical climate is more temperate. In the hot, humid Caribbean lowlands, pineapples and bananas grow at an average annual temperature of around 26°C or 78°F. On the Caribbean coast it rains from May to October but humidity remains high around the year. Weather

Certifications for this farm


Doing Good For People and Planet

Find out how we're empowering people and helping the planet.

Enhancing Communities

Our programs continue to empower employees and their communities.

Improving Agriculture

Healthy soil, better farming practices, and a history of agricultural innovation.

Protecting Our Environment

Our sustainable practices enhance freshness and reduce footprints.


About Careers Terms of Use Code of Conduct Transparency in Coverage Press Releases Sustainability

Dole Family

Dole Fruit Hawaii Dole Packaged Foods Ocean Cargo Dole Pineapple Farm Tour


DBCP Facts Memorandum of Insurance Transparency in Supply Chain Management Truckers & Customers Information Portal


Facebook Instagram Pinterest Twitter

Contact Privacy Policy © 2024 All rights reserved.