FMCG Mistral Trading

Mango Wholesale Export

mango

Mango has spread out from East India and Burma into the tropical areas all over the world, mainly thanks to the Portuguese, who have introduced it first in Africa and later into Brazil.

Mango is one of the most appreciated tropical fruits, given its fine and aromatic taste. Its unmistakable organoleptic qualities, while ensuring mango’s worldwide success as fresh fruit as well as ingredient for ice-creams, desserts, yoghurts, juices, etc., have overshadowed its exceptional nutritional value. Indeed, mango:

  • is one of the best sources of vitamin A, thanks to a β-carotene content up to 1,900 µg per 100 g of pulp;
  • contains good quantities of vitamin CE and of vitamins of B complex;
  • provides a good amount of potassium (from 150 to 250mg per 100g).

Chemical-Physical and Nutritional average values for 100g

MANGO NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES

 Values per 100gNRV* %
Energy87 Kcal – 367 kJ 
Proteins1,2 g 
Carbohydrates18,6 g 
Fats0,5 g 
Vitamin C20,0 mg – 33% RDA 
β-carotene1,100 mg – 183 RE 
ORAC1300 µmol TE 

MANGO CHEMICAL-PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

 Values per 100g
Total solids23 g
Soluble Solids19 °Brix
Acidity (Citric Acid)0,4 g