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Common Name: Mango
Botanical Name: Mangifera Indica
Origin: Asia, Africa, Central America, South America
Mango, a juicy stone fruit, originally hails from South Asia and has become a staple fruit in the Americas. Mango trees are known to grow up to 40 meters tall with the crown having a radius of about 10 meters. The fruits can vary in hue, from yellow to red to orange to green. For thousands of years mangoes have been cultivated in Asia but are now grown in other countries including Mexico, Brazil, and Bermuda.
Mango is a nutritious fruit and famous for its beta-carotene. Just one mango may provide between 25 to 40 percent of the recommended daily amount, or about 5,000 IU.
Mango makes a great source of antioxidants, as well. Mango contains vitamin C and vitamin E. One cup of sliced mango may deliver up to 45 mg of vitamin A, or over 70 percent of the recommended daily allowance. The vitamin E found in the same serving size of mango may be up to 1.8 mg, or 10 percent of the recommended daily allowance.
Don’t wait, formulate with mango now. They are a great addition to any application, especially functional foods and beverages. Request your sample of mango today.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.