Mangoes are also known as ‘peaches of the tropics’, it is one of the most important fruits of the Anacardiaceae family. They belong to the Mangifera genus. They are considered to be one of the major tropical fruits, ranking among the finest in the world.
Mango is an exotic fruit of Asian origin, characterized by its fleshy pulp and very sweet taste. It is green in color and moderately acid in flavor during the ripening process, turning yellow or orange when fully ripe. Most production is located on the northern coast of Peru due to suitable climatic conditions of the area, making it possible to obtain a better color fruit, as well as more sweetness and less turpentine in the skin.

Varieties: ’Kent’, ‘Haden’ and ‘Tommy Atkins’.

Nutritional Benefits

  • Mangoes help lose weight and they are good and healthy for diabetics. They contain 83% water, and despite their sweet taste, they contribute few calories, while their sugar is easily absorbable.
  • They help prevent several types of cancer, such as breast cancer, blood cancer (leukemia), prostate cancer and colon cancer, because of their high antioxidant contents, such as the case of isoquercitrin, fisetin quercetin, talus, methyl gallate and gallic acid.
  • They improve eyesight. A cup mango provides 25% of Vitamin A daily requirement to promote good eyesight and to prevent night blindness and dry eyes.
  • They help keep an internally and externally healthy and clean skin, as they improve the opening of pores to remove blackheads and provide a feeling of softness on the skin.


Mangoes - Seasons


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