Mango, Ripe

We grow many varieties of ripe mangos at Erickson Farm. Most are available at the Farm Stand. Four are available for shipping.

Season

Typically late June through August.

Uses

Ripe, fruit mangos are excellent eaten as fresh fruit. They can also be used in a variety of culinary delights from jams to salsa.

How to Buy

  • Pickup at our Farm Stand
  • Shipped directly to you within the continental United States (except to CA and AZ).


Cultivars

Variety Picture Eating

Tommy Atkins

  • Common FL mango
  • Seedling of the Haden variety
  • Medium size fruit
  • Ships very well
 
  • Fair to good
  • Mild and sweet flavor
  • Moderate fiber

Southern Blush

  • Medium to large size
  • Ships well
 
  • Excellent
  • Rich flavor 
  • Very little fiber

Kent

  • Medium size
  • Yellow dots multiply as fruit ripens but skin retains green color
 
  • Excellent
  • Rich flavor
  • Virtually no fiber

Keitt

  • Large mango
  • Mostly green with a pinkish blush on stem end
  • Skin takes on a yellow hue as ripens, but does not turn yellow
 
  • Good to excellent
  • Sweet, delicate flavor
  • Very little fiber


Nutrition

Mango is a very good source of Vitamins A and C, and a good source of Dietary Fiber and Vitamin B6. It is very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium. One cup of sliced mango (165g) has 107 calories, only 4 of which are from fat.