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Dole knows that our consumers trust the quality of our products. That is why we are committed to keeping this trust by providing them with safe, wholesome, and high-quality food products.

Dole strictly complies with food safety practices as mandated by local and international regulations. All our operations, partner manufacturers & growers share this responsibility of adhering to a series of both internal and third party quality and food safety procedures all through our supply chain and distribution operations.

We also ensure that our farm production is both safe and sustainable to the benefit of our farming communities, consumers, customers and the environment. These processes include a strong system of traceability right down to a farm level.

Our philosophy towards quality is one wherein the process of improvement should never stop. We strive to continuously make our processes better and safer so that we can keep delivering sunshine to our consumers, our people, and our environment.

HARVEST TIME LINE

Growing sunshine takes knowledge, patience, and passion. Our fruits are cultivated and harvested with the utmost care and precision by the hands of our hardworking farmers.

Our pineapples are grown through the help of the precise knowledge of our scientists and the passionate hands of our farmers. The principle cultivation and harvesting of Dole Pineapples is done in the fertile soils of Mindanao, Philippines. With its perfect temperatures and plentiful sunshine all year round it’s a great place to plant pineapples.

The entire harvest and packing process ensures that the pineapples arrive at their respective markets in their peak condition.

Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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Pineapple Propagation

Pineapple seed comes largely from the same fields that recently produced fruit, in the form of crowns removed from fruit utilized in the cannery and from vegetative regrowth produced by the mother plant. These are removed, precisely classified by size, and then planted onto raised beds on land carefully prepared for pineapple production with optimum soil tilth, drainage, and erosion control.

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