Avocado with taste and first-class quality, is our priority
a rich creamy flesh with superior taste

The Hass avocado fruit has dark green bumpy skin that darkens as it ripens, eventually reaching a very dark shade that is almost black. Like all avocados, Hass avocados ripen only once they are picked from the tree and they can be left on the tree for several months after the fruit has matured. When it comes to nutritional content, Hass avocados are higher in fat than other varieties, which gives them a richer taste and smoother, creamier texture. 80% of avocados consumed in the world are Hass avocados, meaning all other varieties make up only a small proportion of the remaining 20%.




Scheduled Deliveries in Pretoria and Centurion

We will continue to be open for trading during the announced lockdown period as we form part of the food manufacturing and distribution supply chain.
Our deliveries will continue as normal. Drivers will be equipped with face masks and hand sanitizers to ensure your and their safety.

For deliveries as well as collection at AvoFit (in Elarduspark) we would prefer it if you could book and pay your order online as far as possible to avoid close contact between drivers and customers.

Please advise your expected collection time in order for us to ensure a speedy collection from our distribution unit.

For your and our safety, we ask that you use the necessary protection (gloves, masks & hand sanitizer).

As we are living in uncertain times, we will provide an updated communication in the event of any changes.

We would like to thank you for your continuous support and assure you of our commitment to your health and safety by ensuring hygienic, quality products and service.

Farming Operation

We produce avocados,  passion fruit, nursery trees and occasionally raw honey. Our farm is Global GAP certified ensuring we supply you the best quality fruit.

*The above images were taken from flowering and pollination, following fruit set. The avocados will hang on the trees until matured. This particular batch were harvested during March 2020, transported to the pack house for washing, sorting and grading. We pack and transport the avocados to our distribution unit in Pretoria. You place your order on this website and we deilver to your doorstep. 

How can I store a cut avocado in the best way?

1. With lemon, lime juice, or vinegar

If you want to store a cut avocado, it is best to sprinkle the surface with an acidic agent such as lemon, lime juice, or vinegar to prevent discolouration.

2. Keep in the fridge with an air-tight container

Keep cut avocados and dishes containing avocados such as guacamole in the fridge – either in an air- tight container or covered with cling film, which is best gently pressed on the food surface.