Generally sweet with a soft, pulpy texture, mangos are high in prebiotic dietary fiber, vitamin C, polyphenols, and provitamin A carotenoids. Its fruit and leaves are also often used as decorations for weddings and public celebrations.
Manila / Phillipine
The sweet-flavored, fiberless fruit of the Manila Mango tree has a skin ranging in color from orange to yellow to pink, and is slender and oblong in shape. Manila Mango yields fruit during two overlapping seasons, equating to a year-round supply of fruit.
The Ataulfo Mango (sometimes referred to as “Adolfo”) tree produces fruit with skin that is gold-blush yellow in color, and generally weighs between 6 and 10 ounces. Oblong-shaped, Ataulfo Mango fruit has a deep yellow, buttery and non-fibrous flesh that is rich and spicy, and high in sugar content. It is also nutrient-dense with Vitamin C and dietary fiber.