Product Details
Ingredients Organic dried mango
Allergens Packaged in the same facility as milk, peanuts, sesame, soy, tree nuts
Country of Origin Mexico

An enduringly popular tropical fruit colloquially called the “king of the fruits”, the mango is renowned for its sumptuous taste, enticing fragrance and rich blend of healthy nutrients. If berries and seeds are super foods, the divine mango is truly a “super fruit!”

Mangos come in an astonishing range of exotic shapes, colors, and sizes. Inside, its delightful sweet flesh is an orange-yellow in color and brimming with juice. A network of soft fibers connects the fruit pulp with a large flat oval stone concealing the seed. Just how large the variation between mango species is shown by its size, which can be anything from 5 to 15 centimeters in length and its weight, which can range from 150 grams to around 750 grams, depending on the variety.

Health Benefits

Mango fruit is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, pre-biotic dietary fiber, and antioxidants. Including mangos in your diet provides a range of health benefits including:

  • Reduced risk of colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers
  • Lower incidences of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease
  • Improved immune response due to antioxidants
  • Great skin thanks to a high concentration of vitamin A and antioxidants.

Key Nutrition Details

Mangos are a great source of vitamins and minerals. A servings of 100 grams of mangos contains the following nutrients (% Daily Recommended Intake):

Energy: 3.5%

Carbohydrates: 13%

Protein: 1%

Total Fat: 1%

Dietary Fiber: 4.5%

Folates: 3.5%

Niacin: 3.5%

Pantothenic acid: 1%

Pyridoxine: 10%

Riboflavin: 4%

Thiamin: 5%

Vitamin C: 46%

Vitamin A: 25.5%

Vitamin E: 7.5%

Vitamin K: 3.5%

Sodium: 0%

Potassium: 3%

Calcium: 1%

Copper: 12%

Iron: 1.5%

Magnesium: 2%

Manganese: 1%

Phosphorus: 0%

Zinc: 0%

Interesting Facts

The mango originated in the sprawling region of northern India. Cultivated and eaten by humans for thousands of years, here are some more fascinating facts about mangos:

  • They are one of the world’s most popular fruit varieties
  • They have been cultivated in India for more than 5,000 years
  • Mango seeds accompanied human migrations from Asia to the Middle East, East Africa and South America around 300 to 400 A.D.
  • The paisley pattern, first created in India, is inspired by the mango shape
  • In India, a basket of fresh mangos is a sign of friendship
  • According to legend Buddha meditated under the shade of a mango tree
  • Mangos are distantly related to pistachios and cashews
  • A mango tree can grow up to 100 feet tall
  • Ancient folk remedies drew upon the mango’s bark, skin, pit, and leaves.

Storage Tips & Shelf Life

Dried mango will last for up to a year beyond it's "best by" date provided they are kept in a cool, dark place and can be frozen indefinitely. 

How to Enjoy

Dried mango is a healthy ready to eat snack as it, or dried mangos can be rehydrated by soaking in juice, yogurt, or water

  • Great addition to curries, pilafs, compotes, and chutneys
  • Add dried mangos to two cups of oats, a tablespoon of chia seeds, 2 tablespoons of yogurt, 1.5 cups of almond milk. Refrigerate overnight for a great healthy breakfast
  • Dried mango can be used mixed with cereals or muesli
  • Rehydrate diced dried mangoes and bake into cakes and bread
  • Serve mango salsa with grilled chicken or pork (rehydrate dried mangoes and refrigerate with chopped tomatoes, onions, lime juice and salt for two hours)

*Caution - Do not eat dried mango if you are undergoing Warfarin therapy. Mangos high levels of vitamin A could result in an increased risk of bleeding.

Product Details
Ingredients Organic dried mango
Allergens Packaged in the same facility as milk, peanuts, sesame, soy, tree nuts
Country of Origin Mexico

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