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Are mangos a good source of Vitamin C?

Mangos are an excellent source of Vitamin C, one ¾ cup serving provides 50% of your daily requirement.

What nutrients do mangos provide?

Mangos contain over 20 different vitamins and minerals, helping to make them a superfood. Click below to learn more.

Are mangos a low-calorie food?

Mangos are a low calories food. One ¾ cup serving of mango is a great snack, with just 70 calories.

Mango 101

Learn the basics of selecting a perfect mango, how to cut it, get delicious recipes and learn what type of varieties are offered

Get to Know Your Mango

Learn more about the mango varieties that are currently available

Tommy Atkins mango
Meet Tommy Atkins

Fresh from Mexico, Tommy Atkins has a sweet, tropical flavor, and is best used in fresh dishes such as ceviche and salsa.

  • AROMA: Small hints of tropical fruit and citrus
  • TEXTURE: Firm flesh and high fibers throughout
  • COLOR: A dark red blush often covers much of the fruit with green and orange-yellow accents
  • SHAPE: Medium to large with oval or oblong shape
  • RIPENING CUES: This mango may not provide any visual cues
  • PRIMARY SOURCE COUNTRY: Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala
Kent mango
Meet Kent

Kent mangos are sweet and juicy with very little fibers. Perfect for a variety of uses including salsas and grilling.

  • FLAVOR: Sweet with hints of sour notes
  • AROMA: Peach and tropical fruit
  • TEXTURE: Juicy, tender flesh with limited fibers
  • COLOR: Dark green and often has a dark red blush over a small portion of the mango
  • SHAPE: Large oval shape
  • RIPENING CUES: Yellow undertones or dots cover more of the mango as it ripens
  • PRIMARY SOURCE COUNTRY: Mexico, Peru, Ecuador
  • PEAK AVAILABILTY: January, February and December
Keitt mango
Meet Keitt

The Keitt mango has a sweet, citrusy flavor and fiber-free flesh which give it a creamy texture. Perfect for salads, salsas, smoothies, sorbets and sauces.

  • FLAVOR: Sweet and fruity
  • AROMA: High in citrus notes
  • TEXTURE: Firm, juicy flesh with limited fibers
  • COLOR: Dark to medium green, sometimes with a pink blush over a small portion of the mango
  • SHAPE: Large oval shape
  • RIPENING CUES: Skin stays green even when ripe
  • PRIMARY SOURCE COUNTRY: Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, United States
  • PEAK AVAILABILTY: March to April, August and September
Ataulf mango
Meet Honey/Ataulfo

Also from Mexico, Honey/Ataulfo has a smooth flavor,and is best used in sauces and purees.

  • AROMA: Tropical fruit and peachy notes
  • TEXTURE: Smooth, firm flesh with no fibers
  • COLOR: Vibrant yellow
  • SHAPE: Small, flattened oblong shape
  • EXTERNAL RIPENING INDICATORS: Skin turns to a deep golden color and small wrinkles appear when fully ripe
  • PRIMARY SOURCE COUNTRY: Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil