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Mango

energetic contribution

70 Cal / 100 gr

nutritional values

Serving size 100 gr.

% Daily value:
TOTAL FAT 1%
SATURATED FAT 0%
CHOLESTEROL 0%
SODIUM 0%
TOTAL CARBOHYDRATE 6%
DIETARY FIBRES 4%
SUGARS 15g
PROTEIN 0 g
VITAMIN A 40%
VITAMIN C 15%
CALCIUM 0%
IRON 0%

origin

Mango is produced in Brasil, India, Ivory Coast, PerĂ¹, Mexico, Costa Rica and Israel.

aspect and taste

This fruit is round-oval, similar to pear in size. The juicy yellow-orange pulp surrounds a flat seed. The thin green skin turns to yellow-green or yellow with red tonalities as the fruit ripens. Mature mangoes are soft to gentle pressure and they have got a delicate aroma.

maintenance

Handle the mango with attention to avoid bruises or other damages; do not put the packages on the round.
The damages caused by cold temperatures can also decrease the flavour of the fruit. To avoid this fact do not conserve it t less than 50 degrees F/10 centigrade degrees.

Features

Mangoes are very rich of vitamin A and also vitamin C. The pulp is excellent, sweet and juicy; the flavour is a great mix between peach, orange and pineapples sweet. But mangoes best qualities are their nutritional properties. Half mango gives the 40% of the necessary daily value of vitamin A and the 15% of vitamin C.