Mangoes

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Varieties

Description

Ataulfo mangoes are oval-shaped and slightly crook-necked with a golden yellow exterior and bright yellow flesh. Smaller in size and less fibrous than a traditional mango, the skin of the Ataulfo mango is tough and the flesh is soft, sweet and juicy. When ripe and at room temperature the Ataulfo mango will have a sweet smell and a slight wrinkling of the skin.

Region

South and Central America

Recommended Temp Storage Zone

55°F (Cold Storage)

Specialty

no

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Description

As their name implies, Haitian mangoes are grown in Haiti. They have bright yellow skin with green shading. When ripe, the green shading turns golden. The fruit has a round or S shape and has a smooth, yellow flesh with a spicy, rich flavor to it.

Region

South and Central America

Recommended Temp Storage Zone

55°F (Cold Storage)

Specialty

No

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Description

Tommy Atkin mangoes are broadly oval shaped with a green skin almost always covered with a dark red blush with occasional orange or yellow accents. The smooth skin is covered with small, yellow-green pore like structures that appear like freckles. The skin is thick which protects the deep yellow flesh during shipping. Tommy Atkins mangoes are juicy, with a somewhat fibrous flesh, and a mildly sweet taste. To determine it's ripeness the fruit must be lightly squeezed.

Region

South and Central America

Recommended Temp Storage Zone

55°F (Cold Storage)

Specialty

no

Commercial Availability (Grown for the US market)
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jan
feb
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Apr
May
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jul
Aug
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Oct
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South and Central America
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