The mango is native to a geographical area between India and Burma. It was the Spanish and Portuguese colonizers who spread its cultivation throughout the tropics.
Round, slightly flattened on the sides and elongated toward the ends, the mango has a skin that tends to red as it ripens, while the pulp, with a sweet and intense flavor, has a yellow/orange coloration.

Seasonality & Origin

Cultivation method

: Produced by conventional agriculture, complying with current Italian legislation on pesticides and good agricultural cultivation practices.

For fruits imported from countries other than Italy, the current EU harmonization rules on permitted pesticide residues are applied.