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Philosophy / Story

The word Guacamole comes from the Aztec language Nahuatl and means the sauce of the Aguacate or Avocado fruit. That’s right it’s a fruit!  We use a simple classic recipe that hasn’t changed in 100’s of years.  Each morning, we take fresh avocados, delicately slice them in half and gently remove the green flesh which we refer to as ‘Green Gold’, and mix in diced onions, tomato, coriander, lime juice and salt. That’s it, nada mas!

Interesting Fact:  Guacamole was once referred to as poor man’s butter.  How times have changed!


Health Facts 


  • Nutrient Rich
  • Good Source of Omega 3 Fatty acids
  • Rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), folate, magnesium, and potassium



  • Good source of Fibre
  • Rich in Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin K1 and Folate



 Avocados – Haas or Shepard, depending on seasonality






 Lime Juice

Nutritional Info

/100g /serving (60)
Energy (KJ) 596 357.60
Calories 142 85.20
Protein (g) 1.6 0.96
Fat, Total (g) 14.4 8.64
Fat, Saturated (g) 3.1 1.86
Carbohydrate (g) 1.3 0.78
Sugars (g) 1.1 0.66
Sodium (mg) 289 173.40

Make it Yourself