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EXP. GROUP TEXAS OPERATION

We are a multinational Group based on several companies, together we create the most efficient network of production, importation and distribution of tropical fruits and vegetables from Central and South America.

Now operating our second distribution center in the United States, McAllen, Texas boasts a robust, high-energy operation aligned with he same values instilled in our North Bergen, NJ operation, Quality, Service, Brand, Culture. These values represent the pillars of Exp. Group and we’re ecstatic to call McAllen our second home in Texas.

Moreover, we have more than forty years of operation distributing fresh produce across the United States as well as developing foreign farms, packing houses and distribution points to our standards in partnership with our suppliers.

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OUR PRODUCTS

Hass Avocado

Hass Avocado

The Hass avocado is known for its leathery fairly thick skin that turns near black when fully ripe. The flesh closest to the skin is a lush pale lime green color and as it nears the central pit it develops a rich creamy yellow tone and softer, oil rich texture.

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Papaya Maradol

Papaya Maradol

Maradol papayas are a large variety with an oval, somewhat irregular shape. They have vibrant dark green skins that turn yellow when the fruit is ripe, and sweet, golden to salmon-colored flesh that has a slight musky scent. They have small, round, shiny, edible black seeds.

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Red Mangoes

Red Mangoes

Likely the Tommy Atkins variety, They are a medium to large sized mango variety. They are broadly oval shaped with a green skin almost always covered with a dark red blush with occasional orange or yellow accents.

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Limes

Limes

Persian limes are also known as Tahiti limes. This variety has unknown origins but is suspected to be a hybrid of the Mexican lime and citron. The fruit is oval-shaped, about the same size as a lemon, with a vivid green peel.

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Coconuts

Coconuts

A coconut is a large, nut-like fruit that grows high in trees. Coconuts have very hard shells and sweet, white flesh inside. Coconuts are large brown balls that must be cut or sawed open — inside the shell is the coconut meat, and the sweet and clear coconut water.

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Coconuts

Coconuts

A coconut is a large, nut-like fruit that grows high in trees. Coconuts have very hard shells and sweet, white flesh inside. Coconuts are large brown balls that must be cut or sawed open — inside the shell is the coconut meat, and the sweet and clear coconut water.

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Aloe

Aloe

Aloe vera, sometimes described as a “wonder plant,” is a short-stemmed shrub. Aloe is a genus that contains more than 500 species of flowering succulent plants.

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Lemon

Lemon

The lemon is a round, slightly elongated fruit, it has a strong and resistant skin, with an intense bright yellow colour when it is totaly ripe, giving off a special aroma when it is cut. The pulp is pale yellow, juicy and acid, divided in gores.

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Carrots

Carrots

Herbaceous, generally biennial plant of the Apiaceae family that produces an edible taproot. Among common varieties root shapes range from globular to long, with lower ends blunt to pointed.

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Culantro

Culantro

Culantro is an herb that has a similar aroma and flavor to cilantro, but they are not the same plant. It has long, serrated leaves and looks a bit like long-leafed lettuce.

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Kabocha

Kabocha

A winter squash (Curcubita maxima) of Japanese origin that is round with somewhat flattened top and bottom, typically dark green skin usually streaked or mottled with pale green, and yellowish-orange sweet flesh Scoop the squash from its rind.

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Roma tomatoes

Roma tomatoes

A Roma tomato is a paste tomato and generally has a thicker fruit wall, fewer seeds and a denser but grainier flesh. Roma tomatoes tend to be oblong in shape and heavy for their size. They also tend to be more firm than a non-Roma tomato.

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Chayote

Chayote

Chayote (Sechium edule) is a type of squash that belongs to the gourd family Cucurbitaceae. It originally hails from central Mexico and various parts of Latin America but is now grown all over the world. It's also known as mirliton squash or chocho.

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Onion

Onion

An onion is a round vegetable with a brown skin that grows underground. It has many white layers on its inside which have a strong, sharp smell and taste.

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Watermelon

Watermelon

A large oblong or roundish fruit with a hard green or white rind often striped or variegated, a sweet watery red pulp, and usually many seeds. It is a very refreshing food that supplies very few calories.

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Asparagus

Asparagus

Asparagus officinalis, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asparagaceae which is grown for its young shoots, or spears, which are eaten as a vegetable. The asparagus plant is tall with scale like leaves emerging from the underground stem (rhizome) and has stout stems and feathery foliage.

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Malanga Coco

Malanga Coco

Malanga coco, also sometimes known as taro, is a root vegetable that resembles a yam and tastes similar to a potato with a sweet, nutty flavor. It can be prepared like you would a traditional potato, added to curries and stews, and also fried to make chips.

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Cactus Pear

Cactus Pear

The Cactus Pear, also known as prickly pear or nopal, is an exotic fruit with an oval shape and a juicy, sweet-and-tangy pulp. Its most distinctive feature is its prickly skin, which needs to be peeled before consumption. It's a refreshing and healthy treat, packed with antioxidants and fiber.

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Nopal Med.

Nopal Med.

Nopal, also known as cactus or prickly pear, is a common plant in the Mediterranean region. Its flat, spiky pads are a versatile ingredient in Mexican cuisine. Rich in fiber and vitamins, nopales are used in various dishes like salads and stews, offering health benefits.

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OUR TEAM

Emil Serafino
CEO / Principal
Anthony Serafino
President / Principal
Jesus Cavazos
VP of Texas Operations
Carlos Gallo
VWarehouse Manager
Erik C. Carrillo
VP of Global Development
Fraymil Rodríguez
Senior Vice President
Denise Gonzales
Sales
Norma McClain
Sales
Roger Lucero
Sales

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Address FOB McAllen, TX. 4409 Wanda Ave. Suite A&B
Phone 844-662-2001
Email jesus@expgroup.us