South Asian climates are ideal for growing mangoes, a stone fruit of the family Mangifera prized for its luscious pulp and sweet taste. Its popularity has helped it to expand outside the tropics, making it one of the most commonly farmed tropical fruits.
The mango is not only the national fruit of Bangladesh, but also of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines, and the mango tree is the national symbol of Bangladesh. Many tropical and subtropical regions only cultivate the Indian mango.
Mango trees that bear fruit may live for up to 300 years and grow to a height of 115 to 130 feet. The length of time needed for the fruit to attain full maturity ranges from three to six months. Though they are cultivated in many countries, the vast majority of the world's mangoes are harvested in South Asia, namely in Thailand and the Philippines. The Central Valley of California and the Caribbean are other major mango-producing regions.
Vitamin C, which is found in dried mango, is a potent antioxidant that protects against cell damage and chronic illnesses. This vitamin C in turn supports healthy skin and a robust immune system.
◉ May Improve Skin Care:- You can minimize skin irritation, promote new cell formation, and diminish the appearance of scars, age spots, and fine lines with the help of the antioxidants and active compounds found in dried mango. This nutrient-dense fruit might help you seem younger by making you more flexible.
◉ May Aid in Weight Loss:- Mangoes are a good source of dietary fiber and a concentrated supply of carbs, even though they are less satisfying and more calorie-dense when dried due to the loss of the water. This could make you feel full quickly if hunger has you down. Keep in mind that the calories in these fruits add up quickly.
◉ May Aid in Digestion:- The dietary fiber in these dried fruits is beneficial for several reasons, including preventing diarrhea and constipation and enhancing peristaltic movement.
◉ May Improve Bone Density:- Due to their high mineral and vitamin content, dried mangoes are useful for preventing and treating osteoporosis.
|Product Name||No Sugar Dried Mango.|
|Scientific Name||Mangifera indica.|
|Country of Origin||Originated in the northeastern region of India, Burma, and Bangladesh..Packaged in the USA.|
|Taste & Aroma||Low sugar dried mango is a delicious healthy snack. 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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