Mango is an exotic tropical fruit whose scientific name is "Manguifera Indica", is native to India but also sourced from Southeast Asia, where it has been cultivated for more than 400 years. Around the 17th century the Portuguese introduced it to America where it adapted to tropical climates.
Peruvian mango has excellent taste and nutritional qualities. The consumer consumes it largely in its natural and fresh state, but it can also be used in the food industry to prepare juices, ice cream, marmalades and jams. In addition, it is currently being used extensively in the pharmaceutical industry.
In Peru and other tropical countries, consumption of mango occupies the second place, only surpassed by the banana, in terms of domestic use. It is a sweet fruit, refreshing and easy to consume, rich in substances with antioxidant action, which is why its consumption is recommended, taking into account, in addition, its nutritional properties for the entire population.
We have mango production in the north of Peru mainly in the coastal valleys such as San Lorenzo, Tambogrande, Sullana and Chulucanas, as well as the Casma Povincia located in north-central Peru. The climate is warm moderate and water resource is insured all year round. Our farm uses a drip irrigation system and using good agricultural practices to obtain a safe and unique high quality tasting product: firm pulp, resistant to transportation issues and can achieve a high Brix level at the time of consumption.
The availability of our mango is planned from the month of November until the end of March and can be transported to the destination market by air or sea.