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There are more than 100 varieties of mango. As a result, they come in many shapes and colours.
The mango has a leathery, inedible skin, which can be yellow, red or green, depending on the variety.
The shape of the fruit can vary as well, they can be round, oval or long. The flesh of the mango is juicy and its colour is yellow to orange. It has a very rich and sweet flavour. The mango is a stone fruit, it has a long inedible seed in the middle.


Jan Mango available in January
Feb Mango available in February
Mar Mango available in March
Apr Mango available in April
May Mango available in May
Jun Mango available in June
Jul Mango available in July
Aug Mango available in August
Sept Mango available in September
Oct Mango available in October
Nov Mango available in November
Dec Mango available in December

Mango tips

How to cut a Mango?

Cut the mango along the stone or use a mango cutter.
Then cut the seedless flesh into slices without touching the skin.
Then scoop the slices from the skin.
  • When ripe?
  • How to cut a Mango?

Preparation Tips

Mango - Cook Mango - Bake Mango - Oven Mango - Microwave Mango - BBQ Mango - Salad Mango - Snack Mango - Wok Mango - Blender Mango - Fryer Mango - Drink
temp of Mango

How to store?

Keep EAT ME mangos out of the fridge.
  • Perfect for a smoothie.
  • Great in a salad or mashed with potatoes.
  • Delicious on French toast.

When ripe?

EAT ME mangos are always perfectly ready to eat. EAT ME mangos are recognisable by the purple EAT ME sticker. Mature mangos can be yellow, red or green, depending on the variety and the country they come from. The way to test its firmness is by touching it with your whole hand. Does it give a little? Than the mango is ripe.
It is important not to squeeze the mango as it may get bruised.
A mature mango has a delicious sweet aroma.

Nutritional values per 100 g

66 Kcal
12,3 g Sugar
0,2 g Fats
0 g Saturated fats
1,6 g Fibers

Origin EAT ME Mango

Mango - BrazilBrazil Mango - Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire Mango - Dominican RepublicDominican Republic Mango - IsraelIsrael Mango - MaliMali Mango - PeruPeru Mango - SenegalSenegal Mango - SpainSpain

Did you know...

  • a mango tree can be 35 to 40 meters high.

  • our suppliers harvest the mangos two weeks later than normal.
    Because of this the sugar content is higher and as a result they have a beautiful sweet flavour.

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