NUTRITION RESOURCES

MARKETING MESSAGES

While most people love mangos for their luscious tropical flavor, they also deliver a host of nutrients and make healthy eating a delightful sensory experience. The versatile mango is available year-round and adds delicious flavor to a balanced diet.
To learn more about mango marketing messages, visit our Promo Ideas and Marketing Messages page.

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MANGO VARIETIES

Throughout the year, you’ll most likely find at least one mango of six varieties. Each mango has a unique flavor and texture, so try different varieties at different stages of ripeness and at different times of the year. You’ll be glad you did. To learn more about mango varieties, visit our Mango Varieties page.

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MANGO AVAILABILITY

The mango year has two seasons, one in the spring/summer and one in the fall/winter. The two seasons overlap to provide a year-round supply. To learn more about mango availability, visit our Mango Availability page.

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POINT OF SALE MATERIALS
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RELATED RESEARCH

Mango Modulates Glucose and Lipid Parameters in High Fat Diet-Induced Obesity

Lucas EA, Li W, Peterson SK, et al. Mango modulates body fat and plasma glucose and lipids in mice fed a high-fat diet. British Journal of Nutrition. 2011;106:1495-1505.

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National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Study

O’Neil CE, Nicklas TA, Fulgoni VL. Mangoes are associated with better nutrient intake, diet quality, and levels of some cardiovascular risk factors: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences. 2013;3:185.

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Bone Density Research

Lucas EA, Brown A, Li W, et al. Mango modulates blood glucose similar to rosiglitazone without compromising bone parameters in mice fed high fat diet. Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences. 2012:2:115-126.

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Cancer Research, Phytochemical Attributes Study

Krenek, Kimberly A. (2009). HPLC AND Mass Spectroscopic Characterization of Mango (Mangifera Indica L.) Gallotannins Following Enzymatic Hydrolysis.

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For more NMB Nutrition Research, visit the Research Section

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