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About mangoes

A trip to your local grocery store barely scratches the surface of the taste sensations available from tropical fruits. The list of tropical fruits is long and delicious, consisting of exotic and hard-to-find items such as lychee, star fruit, and papaya, and more common items such as bananas and oranges. One tropical fruit that makes many favorite lists is mango. This is a juicy, delicious and nutritious piece of produce that you just have to put on your shopping list. Here's a rundown on what you need to know about mangoes:

If there is a single word to describe mangoes, it's this: succulent. Mangoes come with an outer skin that covers the edible, juicy, sticky flesh of the fruit surrounding a stone in the middle. This stone, or pit, is similar to what you will find in peaches, cherries, and plums. Mangoes are considered a superfruit and a superfood, dense with nutrition. One serving provides more than a day's worth of vitamin C (but just 100 calories). Mangoes are also high in folate. 

Available year-round, mangoes have a versatile set of uses. They can be eaten, like any other fruit, as a snack. But they can also be tossed into a salad and added as layers on sandwiches, pureed as part of sauces such as salsa, or put in the blender to be made into a fruit smoothie. Mangoes are also frequently called for in recipes for main dishes, pairing up well with beef and steak meals, for example. 

You can also find uses for mangoes in breakfast items, such as scones and even in alcoholic (or non-alcoholic, for that matter) drinks like the margarita. Believe it or not, mangoes are actually related to pistachios and cashews. This oblong-shaped tropical fruit traces its origins back more than 5,000 years and has often been used in different types of home-grown medical treatments for various ailments.

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FAQs About Mangos

Mangoes are grown on trees in warm to very warm climates. Some are grown in Florida or California, but the vast majority sold in the United States are cultivated in Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Guatemala, and Haiti. Research is underway to improve conditions for growing mangoes in Florida. Mango trees tend to produce new fruit about every four months, and they sometimes produce different flavors. Most of the world's mangoes are grown in India and China, where they are revered for their taste as well as their medicinal potential. A mango basket is considered an expression of friendship in India.

Mangoes are the world's most popular fruit. The next time you're looking to replenish your fruit supply, consider adding some mangoes to your shopping list and placing an order through the Instacart app! If you have a taste for other tropical fruit, you could even expand your list to include items such as coconut or pineapple. 

Ordering through Instacart can save you time and money, as Instacart shoppers will do the work for you. They will pick up mangoes and everything else n your grocery list. We will do our best to deliver all the items to your house on the same day, and we can often get them there in as little as 2 hours!
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