Bananas have around 400 milligrams of Potassium per 100 g of fresh fruit. Moreover, consuming a banana helps regulate human’s blood pressure and lower the risk of heart disease by up to 27%. Other than being high in potassium, bananas are also a source of Vitamin C and Vitamin B6. Especially in rural areas in non-developing countries, banana can provide up to 25% of the family daily calorie intake. Many African countries like Uganda, Rwanda, and Cameroon, exceeds the consumption of 200 kg of banana (including the Cavendish banana) per capita. Additionally, Filipinos have around 60 kg/year of consumption of bananas.