There are many varieties of mangoes. It is said that in India alone, there are more than a thousand. There are two types from which come all varieties:
- The Indian type, is a monoembryonic variety very commercial and widely exported. It resists little moisture and offers vivid colors.
- The filipino type: A polyembryonic variety enduring great excess moisture. With the fruit more elongated and less colored than the Indian variety. It stands pests better.
The main varieties of mangoes are:
- Apple: with a lot of juice and pretty much acid. It weighs about 350 gr.
- Carabao: It comes from the Philippines. It has lots of fiber, high acidity and juicy. It weighs about 300 gr.
- Irwin, pulpy and slightly fibrous. It weighs between ¼ of a kilo and half a kilo.
- Manila: From Mexico, it has a very yellow flesh with a strong flavor. It weighs about 280 gr.
- Parking: Very little acidity. It weighs ½ kilo.
- Manga Pink: A little sour and juicy. It comes from Brazil.
- Ataulfo: From Hawaii, it is very sweet and aromatic. It weighs between 350 and 700 gr.
- Cambodian: From Cambodia, it has plenty of juice and little fiber.
- Mabruka: From Israel, it has plenty of fiber. Tang and weighing 400 gr.
- Sensation: From Miami (USA), has a very rounded fruit, slightly fibrous and small (200 gr.).
- Pairi: From India, it has a spongy texture and a very rounded aspect. Weighs only ¼ kg.
- Keitt: Variety from India, very sweet and very little fiber. Weighs a pound and 700 gr.
- Julie: It comes from the Caribbean. Is small (about 200 gr.) And has much flavor.
- Zill: It comes from South Africa. Very aromatic and slightly acidic. It weighs about 400 gr.
- Alfonso: From India. One of the most popular and desirable varieties. It has little fiber, much aroma and great taste. It weighs about 300 gr.
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