United Fruit Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United Fruit Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Great White Fleet - United Fruit Company Postcard.  Available for sale at SS Moore Antiques on RubyLane.com

Great White Fleet - United Fruit Company Postcard. Available for sale at SS Moore Antiques on RubyLane.com

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The United Fruit Company was an American corporation that traded in tropical fruit (primarily bananas) grown on Central and South American plantations and sold in the United States and Europe.

The United Fruit Company was an American corporation that traded in tropical fruit (primarily bananas) grown on Central and South American plantations and sold in the United States and Europe.

Bananas: How the United Fruit Company Shaped the World - Peter Chapman - Book Review - New York Times

Bananas: How the United Fruit Company Shaped the World - Peter Chapman - Book Review - New York Times

Panama - UNITED FRUIT COMPANY TRAIN - narrow gauge railroad carries no freight except bananas

Panama - UNITED FRUIT COMPANY TRAIN - narrow gauge railroad carries no freight except bananas

From its early beginnings in Southeast Asia, to the machinations of the United Fruit Company in Costa Rica and Central America, the banana's history and its fate as a victim of fungus are explored.

From its early beginnings in Southeast Asia, to the machinations of the United Fruit Company in Costa Rica and Central America, the banana's history and its fate as a victim of fungus are explored.

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Bananas / United Fruit Company Original 1957 Vintage Print Ad w/ Color Illustration of Bananas Being Eaten on a Picnic; Chiquita Banana

Bananas / United Fruit Company Original 1957 Vintage Print Ad w/ Color Illustration of Bananas Being Eaten on a Picnic; Chiquita Banana

Discovered in the early 1940s in Costa Rica during excavations by the United Fruit Company, these perfectly formed stone spheres date from 600 AD to the 16th century. Their makers and purpose still unconfirmed, many believe them to be some religious effigy made to worship the sun.

Discovered in the early 1940s in Costa Rica during excavations by the United Fruit Company, these perfectly formed stone spheres date from 600 AD to the 16th century. Their makers and purpose still unconfirmed, many believe them to be some religious effigy made to worship the sun.

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