Keep mangos out of the cooler! Below 54°F, mangos can get chill damaged, hurting the flavor and ripening potential of the fruit, and possibly causing a grey or brown scald on the outside of the fruit. The tricky thing about chill damage is that you won’t see it right away. Mangos stored too
Kent mangos from Mexico: This sweet and rich-tasting mango is juicy with tender flesh and limited fibers. The skin is dark green and sometimes has a bit of deep red blush at the stem end. As it ripens, golden undertones may appear, but under certain conditions, a fully ripe
Back to school may be right around the corner, but your shoppers still want to squeeze out the last bit of summer fun. For pool parties and cookouts, right through to Labor Day celebrations, this Mango and Black Bean Salsa is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Our July contest is coming to a close, but there’s still time to enter. Displays must be up for 7 consecutive days in July and entries are due by August 24th. Submitting your entry is quick and easy using our online form, which means you won’t need to print your photos or find a mailing envelope to enter.
Try moving mangos out of tropicals and place them with other fast-moving summer fruit. Mangos make a beautiful color break when merchandised with tree fruit. Research shows that mangos are most often an impulse buy, rather than being on the shopper’s grocery list. By bringing mangos up front with