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The mango

Born in Brazil, between the largest tropical jungle in the world and the impressive Atlantic coast, in a place on the banks of the immense Amazon River, cared for by the magnificent tropical climate.

The Mango is of the Palmer variety, with an incomparable aroma and flavor. Its delicate texture will make you want to enjoy it at all times.
Before its exact ripening point, the skin turns a delicate purple color, and just at the precise moment of being harvested, its skin takes on an appetizing reddish hue. And that’s when it will come into your hands.
You will not be able to resist that juiciness or that extraordinary flavor that will transport you, with each bite, to the most exotic places on the planet.

Mango is a fruit rich in fiber and vitamins. A true gift for our body and also for our senses.

Naturally rich

It is rich in amino acids, vitamins C and E. In fact, it is estimated that only one a piece of mango of approximately 200 g can provide about 60 mg of vitamin C and up to 35 mg of vitamin A.

A strong allied

Phenols in mangoes, such as quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid, and enzymes have abundant cancer prevention capabilities.

Antioxidant properties

Antioxidants are necessary because oxidative stress is the main trigger for chronic diseases such as diabetes or heart illnesses.

Take care of your vitamin A

A cup of this sliced fruit has 25% of the daily value of vitamin A needed, which promotes good vision.

Source of vitamins

It is rich in amino acids, vitamins C and E. In fact, it is estimated that only one a piece of mango of approximately two hundred grams can provide about 60 mg of vitamin C and up to 35 mg of vitamin A.

Fight against cancer

Phenols in mangoes, such as quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid, and enzymes have abundant cancer prevention capabilities.

Take care of your vitamin A

A cup of this sliced fruit has 25% of the daily value of vitamin A needed, which promotes good vision.
Energy, Fats (of which saturated and monosaturated), Carbohydrates (of which sugars), Fiber, Calcium, Proteins, Iron, Retinol, Vitamin A, Vitamin C.

Suggested recipes

Mango pancakes

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Spinach salad with mango

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