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Mango

With its oval shape and beautiful colours, the mango is an exotic fruit that stands out from the crowd. The fruit has dozens of varieties, each distinguished by its skin colour, which may range from green and yellow to orange, red, or even multicoloured. However, here’s a little secret: the colour of the skin doesn’t necessarily indicate the ripeness of the mango! 
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ORIGIN

Mangoes originate from India, and our mangoes come from Senegal, Peru, Brazil, Spain and Israel. 

TASTE

The ripe flesh of the mango is soft and juicy, light orange in colour and fibrous to almost the consistency of butter. The fruit tastes fresh-sweet, often described as a mix of pineapple, peach and citrus. The aroma of the mango is often as captivating as the taste itself!  

USE AND PREPARATION

At the heart of the mango, you will find a large stone that isn’t edible. To enjoy the mango, slice it in half along the pit. Eat the flesh as is or use it in a salad or dessert.  

 

STORAGE ADVICE

Mangoes are best kept cool, ideally at temperatures between 8 °C to 10 ºC. A ripe mango smells nice and the skin gives a little when pressed softly. 

EXOTIC TIP!

Mango tastes great in a smoothie! 

HEALTH BENEFITS OF MANGO

One mango provides 75% of your daily vitamin C needs, which plays a vital role in promoting your immune system. Mangoes are packed with more than 20 vitamins and minerals and also contain a lot of fibre. 

ORIGIN

Mangoes originate from India, and our mangoes come from Senegal, Peru, Brazil, Spain and Israel. 

TASTE

The ripe flesh of the mango is soft and juicy, light orange in colour and fibrous to almost the consistency of butter. The fruit tastes fresh-sweet, often described as a mix of pineapple, peach and citrus. The aroma of the mango is often as captivating as the taste itself!  

USE AND PREPARATION

At the heart of the mango, you will find a large stone that isn’t edible. To enjoy the mango, slice it in half along the pit. Eat the flesh as is or use it in a salad or dessert.  

 

STORAGE ADVICE

Mangoes are best kept cool, ideally at temperatures between 8 °C to 10 ºC. A ripe mango smells nice and the skin gives a little when pressed softly. 

EXOTIC TIP!

Mango tastes great in a smoothie! 

HEALTH BENEFITS OF MANGO

One mango provides 75% of your daily vitamin C needs, which plays a vital role in promoting your immune system. Mangoes are packed with more than 20 vitamins and minerals and also contain a lot of fibre. 

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Nutritional value

Energy61 kcal
Energy259 kJ
Fat0,3 g
of wich saturates0 g
Carbohydrates12,8 g
of which sugars12,2 g
Fibre1,5 g
Protein1,1 g
Sodium5 mg
Vitamin C36 mg

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How do you cut a mango?
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STEP 4
Cut horizontal and vertical lines into the flesh right down to the skin to form cubes.
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STEP 5
Turn the skin inside out.
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STEP 6
Cut away the cubes from the skin.
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STEP 4
Cut the halves into sections.
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STEP 5
Cut the skin off the sections.
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STEP 6
Cut cubes from the skin.

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