Chin Huang Mango
The mango is widely consumed in Asia. Taiwan had committed continuous research and development conducted between labs. Combining modern technology and the help of life-long mango farmers expertise, the improved breed is named “Ching-Huang Mango”, and was nicknamed the “King of Mangos” immediately upon its launch in 1974 to reflect its grand success.
The king of mangos is giant in size with an average of 8 inches in length, 1.2 kg in weight, and exceptional in fragrance and elegant sweetness.
Taste and Texture
Mangoes are generally sweet, the taste and texture of the Chin-Huang Mango flesh is firmer in comparison to the other breeds, like a cantaloupe or avocado and some may have a fibrous texture.
Choose slightly firm mangos with sweet aroma. Avoid sap on skin
Health Benefits of Mangos
Low fat, saturated fat free, sodium free, cholesterol free, high in Vitamin A, good source of vitamin C.
Mango has been found to be beneficial for people suffering from the following ailments: Bacterial Infections, Constipation, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Eye Disorders, Hair Loss, Heat Stroke, Liver Disorders, Menstrual Disorders, Morning Sickness, Piles, Prickly Heat, Scurvy, Sinusitis, Spleen Enlargement.
Did you know...
Mangos are also often candied dried or made into jam to be eaten as a snack. The process preserves and enhances the fragrance and natural sweetness flavor.