Our History — Fruit Cellar

In 1990, SHINE FORTH Co., Ltd. started as a design firm. It was not until 2000 that we began to export Thai fruits to support local farmers.  Our knowledge of packaging design and connections with local farmers has turned us into one of the leading exporters of quality fruits in Thailand. We value both product quality and packaging appearance. We now export our products to different parts of the world— Europe, Asia, Australia, USA and Middle East etc.

We maintain the freshness, taste and hygiene of our produce to make sure the customers receive the best nutritious produce with highest satisfaction.

Thai Mango

Mango

Nam Doc Mai Mango is one of the most popular mangoes of Thailand. It has attractive yellow color, thick skin, not easily damage, firm texture, thin seed, less fiber and light aroma. Ripe mango are rich in Beta Carotene,  Vitamin A, C, Calcium and Phosphorus.

We are a specialist in high quality fresh fruits, especially Nam Doc Mai Mango which export almost all year round.

Quality Fresh Green Bananas from Thailand

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Premium Quality Fresh Green Bananas from Thailand now weekly available.

We are producer and exporter of Fresh Quality Gros Michel Bananas that is Thais called Kluai Hom Thong, our priority is to deliver our customer the finest quality with an ethical and reliable and establishing long-lasting business partnerships with our customers. We can supply you all the quantities that you need with very competitive price, best quality & packing.

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Mangosteen

Mangosteen

SC: Garcinia mangostana
TH: มังคุด – Mung Kut

Description: Colloquially known simply as mangosteen which is not edible, is a deep reddish purple when ripe. The fragrant edible flesh that surrounds each seed is botanically endocarp, i.e. the inner layer of the ovary. It is sweet and tangy, juicy, and somewhat fibrous. The uncommon designation of mangosteen as the “Queen of Fruit”.

Passion fruit

Passionfruit

SC: Passiflora edulis
TH: เสาวรส – Saowaros

Description: The passion fruit has had a religious association as reflected by the name “passion” given to it by Catholic missionaries who thought that certain parts of the fruit bore some religious connections.

Banana (Kluai Hom)

Banana Hom

SC: Musa hybrids
TH: กล้วยหอม – Kluai Hom

Description: The long curving cylinder shape has a bottom end that narrows to a point and top end has a thick stem that attached to the stalk. The skin of banana is smooth and thick while the flesh is creamy white and soft with a sweet taste. It is enrich with vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, and carbohydrate.

Banana (Kluai Namwaa)

Banana Namwaa

SC: Musa hybrids
TH: กล้วยน้ำว้า – Kluai Namwaa

Description: The long curving cylinder shape has a bottom end that narrows to a point and top end has a thick stem that attached to the stalk. The skin of banana is smooth and thick while the flesh is creamy white and soft with a sweet taste. It is enrich with vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, and carbohydrate.

Lychee

lychee

Grow mainly in northern Thailand, rough, red-skin Lychees contain juicy white flesh that is extremely sweet with a tangy taste. They are a refreshing dessert fruit.

Lychees have lots of vitamins, carbohydrate and minerals, quench the thirst and are said to help people with anemia.

Season: April – June

Pineapple

Pineapple

SC: Ananas comosus
TH: สับปะรด – Subparod

Description: Look like a giant hand grenade with a green leaf crown, pineapple contains yellow, succulent, fibrous flesh that is very juicy with a sweet and sour taste. It is an excellent thirst quencher. Pineapple is rich in vitamin, minerals and bromelain, pineapple help “cool” the body, fight colds and lower blood pressure.

Pineapple Nanglae