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Mango: health benefits and nutritional value of mangoes

  1. Mango is a low-calorie fruit with many health benefits. Mango is high in fiber and is a great source of vitamins A and C. It also contains folic acid, B6, iron and some calcium, zinc and vitamin E. Mangoes are a good source of antioxidants, which contain certain phytochemicals, such as gallotannins and mangiferin. All in all, mangoes have excellent nutritional value. Mangoes are native to India. Mangoes were first grown in northeastern India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. The mango is also known as the king of the fruit. It also has a place in Hindu religious writings. It is said that mangoes were also very dear to Buddha. He meditated in the tranquility of lush mango trees. In the 16th century, Portuguese seafarers introduced its fruits and seeds to Africa. A mango is not only healthy but also very tasty. Mangos can now be found in all supermarkets.

Nutritional value of mangoes

  1. Mangos contain relatively little saturated fat and sodium and are a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin B6, as well as vitamin A and vitamin C. Mangos' also contain minerals such as potassium, magnesium and copper. In addition, mango contains the substance quercetin

Mangos production

  1. In 2016, the global production of mangoes amounted to 46.5 million tons, with India as the market leader with 40% (19 million tons) of the world total (table). China and Thailand were the second largest producers.

  2. In 2016, the worldwide production of mangoes amounted to 46.5 million tons, with India as the market leader with 40% (19 million tons) of the world total (table). China and Thailand were the second largest producers.



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