a kidney-shaped fruit that weighs between 200 g and 2 Kg. Its skin is yellow with dark green and yellowish spots and is woody in texture. The mango is highly aromatic when ripe. The seeds inside are of various sizes, depending on the variety. The pulp is yellowish, juicy, soft and refreshing.
- Outdoor growing
- Forced growing in greenhouses
- Preservation in cooling chambers
- Product from several sources
- Contrasting product (from the southern hemisphere)
Translation of the name
Commercial: Tropical fruit
56 calories per cada 100 grams
Grams which make up a serving
1/2 unitat – 1 unitat
The tree it grows on and its curiosities
The Spanish and Portuguese expanded cultivation of the mango to their colonies in Africa and America, and it is today a very common fruit in all tropical areas. In recent years its cultivation has been extended to the United States (Florida and Hawaii), Australia, Israel, Spain (the Canary Islands and Andalucia) and Portugal (Madeira). The leading producers are India, Mexico, Brazil, Pakistan, Thailand, China, Indonesia and the Philippines.