About us

120 kilometers from Juiz de Fora, in the city of Visconde do Rio Branco, in the Forest Zone of Minas Gerais State, and where the native and organic Ubá mango fruit reigns, is located Global Fruit.

In this new stage, Global Fruit seeks to provide the co-packing service of the beverage, frozen ice – cream and fruit processing sector. The solutions found for our project seek for excellence and innovation ensuring food safety in Brazilian tables, in the most natural way as possible.

We believe that quality is linked to ethical behavior by certified and correct manufacturing. Through a thorough study of the conditions of implementation and operation we have implemented in our facilities a project to serve our customers to achieve the best for their brands and dreams. This is Global Fruit.


Produce drinks, fruit pulp and frozen products with high performance, quality and innovation.



  • Commitment
    We strive for the quality of our delivery to be guaranteed and for the dreams of those who produce it to come true.
  • Transparency
    We are faithful in what we propose and do not take shortcuts. We are transparent in our processes and negotiations.
  • Innovation
    We always seek what is new in technology and processes aiming to the extreme quality of our services.
  • Sustainability
    The fruits we process come from nature. We have a commitment to the environment where we are embedded in every decision we make.

Our symbol

There are a huge variety of mangoes in Brazil and worldwide. The Ubá Mango, Mangifera Indica, is a Brazilian variety of mangoes originating from the city of Ubá, in Minas Gerais, where is very appreciated. This fruit was chosen to be our symbol because it represents very well the region where we are located.

With small fruits, on average 100g and sweet and unique flavor, uba mango is the main variety for mango juice production in Brazil. Rich in vitamins A and C, potassium and magnesium, its pulp is yellowish, tasty and juicy and can be consumed naturally and used in industrialization, especially for pulp and juice, as we do in Global Fruit.