Mango Puree

“The king of the fruits," mango fruit is one of the most popular, nutritionally rich fruits with unique flavor, fragrance, taste, and health promoting qualities making it a common ingredient in new functional foods often labeled “super fruits."

Frozen Mango Halves (IQF)

Mango comes in different shapes and sizes depending upon cultivar types. Internally, the flesh is juicy, orange-yellow in color with numerous soft fibrils radiating from its centrally placed flat, oval-shaped stone (enveloping a single large kidney-shaped seed). Its flavor is pleasant and rich, and tastes sweet with mild tartness. A high-quality mango fruit should feature no or very less fiber content and minimal sour taste. Mango seed (stone) may either has a single embryo, or sometimes polyembryonic.

Mango Quarters in light syrup (canned)

These mangoes are preserved in light mango syrup puree to help keep the consistency and the taste. 

Mango Powdered Puree

Easier to bring around since this product is already powdered to your liking. 

Mango Flour

Mango peels are pulverized through a complicated process which creates different byproducts. The Mango flour is used as a fibrous additive for bread, cakes, desserts, and even pasta.  Certified Green Ops which makes sure that nothing is left behind.  

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Philippine Mango

Mango is widely cultivated in warm regions for its delicious fruit, sometimes called the "peach of the tropics". The fruit  is usually  oval  or  egg - shaped of about  3  inches ( approx. 7.5 cm. ) in  diameter and 5 inches (approximately12.5 cm.) in length, with a thin, smooth skin that may be green, reddish, orange or  yellowish  when  ripe.  The ingle large, flat seed is fibrous and attached to the juicy pulp. It has a sweet, aromatic, peach-like flavor. Mango is highly nutritious fruit and is a rich source of Vitamin C when green and becomes full of Vitamin A when ripe.