This succulent East Indian mango is super juicy so make sure you have a napkin or faucet nearby because your face and hands will be dripping with juices after you eat it.
It is typically eaten when ripe. The juices are squeezed and sucked out of the fruit. The flesh is vibrant orange and fibrous.
East Indian mangoes are popular all over the world, but the ones we offer are grown here in South Florida.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)