If you have ever had the chance, while strolling down a typical North London Street, find yourself in the wonderfully quirky little greengrocers named Avoman. And if you also had the pleasure of trying their perfectly ripe Spanish avocados, you will know just how amazing they are! Smooth like pale green butter and packed with flavour.
‘A flavoursome ripe avocado in London?! How can that be?’

“Well, that’s all due to where they have grown!” the subtropical hills of Axarquia de Malaga. Carlos explained, beaming with pride.


Making little changes, to help the planet.

Another reason to choose Spanish over your store-bought North & South American Avos, is the sobering reality of climate change. Not only are they significantly geographically closer, reducing the heavy carbon footprint. They are picked in Malaga and delivered directly to Carlos and Yusa in London. The two boys say, “We believe it is important to make as little impact on the environment as possible, while at the same time doing the most we can, to do better for the planet.”

With a lot of recent media focus on the overuse of water in European countries’ productions of avocados, the boys are particularly conscious of this factor in the environment.
In Spain, the water consumption in avocados and other tropical fruit has been significantly optimised in recent years. This is through more efficient irrigation and the valued knowledge passed on from agricultural research centres like La Mayora in Malaga. Reducing water consumption from 700 litres per Kg to a fractional 400 litres per Kg. While considering your everyday apple use on average 800 litres per Kg, this is a vast reduction.
These more thoughtful farming techniques are building a pathway to a better and wiser way to grow and cultivate tropical fruit, which has less of an impact environmentally as well as socio economically.

If we compare these averages of water consumption in Spain over California and South America (Which typically takes 1981 litres per Kg), You can really see why Spain is the better option!


They are bursting with nutritious flavor, as they have grown in literally the perfect environment. With lots of sun, heat, and subsoil-controlled humidity, they are then lovingly harvested at just the right time. The native California ‘Hass’ avocados have been grown here for the past few decades. They have a much higher oil content, which is great for your hair, skin, and nails. As well as being a great source of vitamin C, E, K, and B6, as well as riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, and potassium.

Moreover, they have a much smaller stone at their centre, than the ones you may find at your local supermarket. Which means, there will be plenty more delicious avo to go into your signature guacamole that next ‘chips and dip night’ with friends.

From 2019-2020 the growth of EU and Uk consumption of avocados was up by an astonishing 23%. And with the rise of avocados on toast, avo facemasks, avo oil and the intoxicatingly delicious ‘avo-colada’ cocktails, there is no limit to this little green fruit.

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