Mangoes, a stone fruit of the family Mangifera known for its juicy pulp and sweet flavor, have been grown throughout South Asia for thousands of years. Among the most widely grown tropical fruits, its popularity has allowed it to spread outside the tropics.
In addition to being the national tree of Bangladesh, the mango is the national fruit of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines. The Indian mango is the sole kind grown in many tropical and subtropical areas.
Fruiting mango trees may reach heights of 115 to 130 feet and live for 300 years. It takes between three to six months for the fruit to reach full ripeness. Mangoes are grown all over the globe, although the majority of them come from South Asia, namely Thailand and the Philippines. Mangoes are also produced in the Central Valley of California and in the Caribbean.
Vitamin C, which is found in dried mango, is a potent antioxidant that helps maintain youthful skin and a robust immune system by neutralizing damaging free radicals.
◉ May Improve Skin Care:- Dried mango contains a number of active ingredients and antioxidants that can reduce skin inflammation, encourage new skin cell growth, and lessen the visibility of fine lines, scars, and age spots. Eating this nutrient-dense fruit in moderation has been shown to increase suppleness, which in turn may make you seem younger.
◉ May Aid in Weight Loss:- Even though the removal of the water from mangos makes them less filling and more calorie-dense, they are still a rich source of dietary fiber and a concentrated source of carbohydrates when they are dried. If you're feeling hungry, this could help you feel full fast. These fruits are high in calories, so remember to eat them in moderation.
◉ May Aid in Digestion:- These dried fruits' dietary fiber can help regulate gut bacteria populations, reduce the risk of developing constipation or diarrhea, and improve peristaltic movement.
◉ May Improve Bone Density:- Dried mangoes, thanks to their abundance of minerals and vitamins, can help increase bone mineral density and mitigate osteoporosis concerns in later life.
|Product Name||Dried Diced Mango.|
|Scientific Name||Mangifera indica.|
|Country of Origin||Originated in the northeastern region of India, Burma, and Bangladesh. Packaged in the USA.|
|Taste & Aroma||They have long been lauded not only for their bright, vibrant flavor.|
|Shelf Life & Storage||Shelf Life is about 6 to 12- months.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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