M/S of Mr Cook in his greenhouse, attending to his bananas. L/S as he carries a large bunch of bananas into his home. Mr Cook hangs bananas from a hook suspended from the ceiling and places a car heater underneath them to enable them to ripen. He then wraps...
Bananas are ripened, squeezed and sorted at a warehouse in Essex.
Farmers receive prizes as an incentive to grow more fruit on the Gold Coast.
First shipment of bananas since the start of the war arrives in Bristol.
Despite end of Japanese occupation life is still hard in Singapore as prices in shops rise.
A lady rides on a donkey which carries the bananas she is selling on its bridle.
Bananas are picked and packed in Australia.
A ten million dollar crop makes 1956 a bumper year for Colombian banana growers.