- Buddhist monks took mango plants on voyages to Malaya and eastern Asia in the 4th and 5th centuries BC
- It has been discovered that mangoes originated in northeast India, Myanmar and Bangladesh after fossil records were found there dating back 25 to 30 million years
- Therein after, it spread along trading routes across the world, popular for it's sweet taste.
Fresh mango pulp is high in fibre, vitamins A and C, vitamin B6 and other essential nutrients such as potassium, copper and amino acids.
1 organic mango (120%); organic apple, vitamin C.
Made with 120g of mango per 100g of Mango Crush.
With a smooth texture, it can be eaten by the spoonful as a puree. It also can be enjoyed in a wrap with goats cheese or as a healthy dip or as an alternative to mango chutney. It goes surprisingly well with roast chicken or to make a sauce to pair with beef or pork.