SOURSOP Fruit and Leaves from CANARY ISLANDS:

What is the guanabana ?, the SOURSOP or graviola (Annona muricata) is a tropical fruit native to Central America that has also been cultivated for more than a decade in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, the GUANABANA DE CANARIAS with a result of exceptional quality given the best climatic conditions, ecological, technical, biological, quality control, substrates, ... than those that exist in the rest of the world production areas, so the Huerta de Mama Maria in the Canary Islands is the benchmark for the quality in the cultivation of GUANÁBANA of the world.

Our crops from Tenerife, pioneers in Europe, strictly comply with all the ECOLOGICAL requirements of the regulatory bodies of the Canary Islands, Spain and the EEC, guaranteeing that there are no toxic substances or pesticides in our fruit or in our Guanábana leaves.

Likewise, with a plantation of 9,000 mature trees of 15 years grown in our greenhouses, with the strictest levels of biological control and the most exquisite care for quality, we produce the tastiest fruits and the best leaves of Soursop.

The Soursop belongs to the same family as the cherimoya, but its size is much larger, being able to reach 40 cm. in diameter and weigh between 2 and 5 kg. Its fruit is very delicious, with a strong aroma and a bittersweet taste that is basically a combination of the flavor of pineapple and strawberry.


Discard soursop or graviola whose origin does not offer the necessary guarantees both of their crops, and of the different processes of handling, conservation, storage, transport and hygiene in general.

Require real ecological certifications, by competent official bodies and with demonstrable registration numbers. Keep in mind that PESTICIDES and PHYTOSANITARIES not allowed in Europe are used in many countries of the world.