MANGO ROUND-(Origin-KENYA) 500gm MANGO ROUND-(Origin-KENYA) 500gm

Mango Round- KENYA Kenya mangos stand tall among the best mangos in the world, making Kenya a key source of juicy and healthy mangos to the world’s leading mango markets. Did you know that mangos are the most consumed fruits in the world? For many years, this ripe yellow succulent fruit with a pleasant flavor and good fragrance continue to be part of the daily diet for many people across the globe.     The mango fruit belongs to the genus ‘mangnifera’ and the family of drupes- these are fruits whose seeds are surrounded by organic shells. Other plants that belong to this family are; dates, olives, and coconuts.     The mango seed, including the Kenya mango claims origin about 4 millennia years gone, from its cradle in Southern Asia. Interestingly, the word may or may not have some etymological derivations from the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, who farmed the first orchard in the world, housing over 100, 000  mango trees.  With visitors coming from China to visit the Mongolian, it was inevitable that the seed would have its lucky dispersal into the Far-east, Europe, Kenya and other parts of the world.     The Kenya mangoes trace their origin 4000 years back, from Southern Asia. It is believed that the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, was the first farmer to plant an orchard with over 100,000 mango trees. Chinese visitors to this Indian leader then spread the plant far and wide into China, Europe, Kenya and the rest of the world. This is the route that the Kenya mango has traced through history to arrive at the world’s best climate, soil and people. Kenya mangos, fit and ready for the local and global export market. These Kenya mangos have a sweet taste and are often eaten as a food. It is also palatable when the pulp of raw mangoes is cooked or when the juice is extracted from the ripe fruits. Apart from being used as food, Kenya mangos boast of many health benefits. The mango fruit for instance contains fibers, which are very key in assisting during the digestion process and particularly preventing constipation. Kenya mangos also contain calories, fats, vitamins and potassium that help in many metabolic functions of the human body.     The mango contains polyphenolic’ antioxidant compounds that prevent leukemia, breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. They contain copper nutrients which act as coenzymes. These are important in enhancing the functioning of red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen around the body. Other enzymes such as esters help in maintaining proper digestion. Citric, malic and tartaric acids that are found in mangoes maintain the alkalinity of the body cells. Mangoes also contain vitamin A that help abundantly in maintaining a good eye vision, as well as vitamin E which regulates the sex hormones. Mangoes also contain collagens, very powerful elements that play the role of maintaining a healthy, glowing skin. This is why mango products are used to cure skin acne.    عرض المزيد
Mango Round- KENYA Kenya mangos stand tall among the best mangos in the world, making Kenya a key source of juicy and healthy mangos to the world’s leading mango markets. Did you know that mangos are the most consumed fruits in the world? For many years, this ripe yellow succulent fruit with a pleasant flavor and good fragrance continue to be part of the daily diet for many people across the globe.     The mango fruit belongs to the genus ‘mangnifera’ and the family of drupes- these are fruits whose seeds are surrounded by organic shells. Other plants that belong to this family are; dates, olives, and coconuts.     The mango seed, including the Kenya mango claims origin about 4 millennia years gone, from its cradle in Southern Asia. Interestingly, the word may or may not have some etymological derivations from the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, who farmed the first orchard in the world, housing over 100, 000  mango trees.  With visitors coming from China to visit the Mongolian, it was inevitable that the seed would have its lucky dispersal into the Far-east, Europe, Kenya and other parts of the world.     The Kenya mangoes trace their origin 4000 years back, from Southern Asia. It is believed that the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, was the first farmer to plant an orchard with over 100,000 mango trees. Chinese visitors to this Indian leader then spread the plant far and wide into China, Europe, Kenya and the rest of the world. This is the route that the Kenya mango has traced through history to arrive at the world’s best climate, soil and people. Kenya mangos, fit and ready for the local and global export market. These Kenya mangos have a sweet taste and are often eaten as a food. It is also palatable when the pulp of raw mangoes is cooked or when the juice is extracted from the ripe fruits. Apart from being used as food, Kenya mangos boast of many health benefits. The mango fruit for instance contains fibers, which are very key in assisting during the digestion process and particularly preventing constipation. Kenya mangos also contain calories, fats, vitamins and potassium that help in many metabolic functions of the human body.     The mango contains polyphenolic’ antioxidant compounds that prevent leukemia, breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. They contain copper nutrients which act as coenzymes. These are important in enhancing the functioning of red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen around the body. Other enzymes such as esters help in maintaining proper digestion. Citric, malic and tartaric acids that are found in mangoes maintain the alkalinity of the body cells. Mangoes also contain vitamin A that help abundantly in maintaining a good eye vision, as well as vitamin E which regulates the sex hormones. Mangoes also contain collagens, very powerful elements that play the role of maintaining a healthy, glowing skin. This is why mango products are used to cure skin acne.    عرض المزيد
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Mango Round- KENYA

Kenya mangos stand tall among the best mangos in the world, making Kenya a key source of juicy and healthy mangos to the world’s leading mango markets. Did you know that mangos are the most consumed fruits in the world? For many years, this ripe yellow succulent fruit with a pleasant flavor and good fragrance continue to be part of the daily diet for many people across the globe.

 

 

The mango fruit belongs to the genus ‘mangnifera’ and the family of drupes- these are fruits whose seeds are surrounded by organic shells. Other plants that belong to this family are; dates, olives, and coconuts.

 

 

The mango seed, including the Kenya mango claims origin about 4 millennia years gone, from its cradle in Southern Asia. Interestingly, the word may or may not have some etymological derivations from the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, who farmed the first orchard in the world, housing over 100, 000  mango trees.  With visitors coming from China to visit the Mongolian, it was inevitable that the seed would have its lucky dispersal into the Far-east, Europe, Kenya and other parts of the world.

 

 

The Kenya mangoes trace their origin 4000 years back, from Southern Asia. It is believed that the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, was the first farmer to plant an orchard with over 100,000 mango trees. Chinese visitors to this Indian leader then spread the plant far and wide into China, Europe, Kenya and the rest of the world. This is the route that the Kenya mango has traced through history to arrive at the world’s best climate, soil and people. Kenya mangos, fit and ready for the local and global export market. These Kenya mangos have a sweet taste and are often eaten as a food. It is also palatable when the pulp of raw mangoes is cooked or when the juice is extracted from the ripe fruits. Apart from being used as food, Kenya mangos boast of many health benefits. The mango fruit for instance contains fibers, which are very key in assisting during the digestion process and particularly preventing constipation. Kenya mangos also contain calories, fats, vitamins and potassium that help in many metabolic functions of the human body.

 

 

The mango contains polyphenolic’ antioxidant compounds that prevent leukemia, breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. They contain copper nutrients which act as coenzymes. These are important in enhancing the functioning of red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen around the body. Other enzymes such as esters help in maintaining proper digestion. Citric, malic and tartaric acids that are found in mangoes maintain the alkalinity of the body cells. Mangoes also contain vitamin A that help abundantly in maintaining a good eye vision, as well as vitamin E which regulates the sex hormones. Mangoes also contain collagens, very powerful elements that play the role of maintaining a healthy, glowing skin. This is why mango products are used to cure skin acne.

 

 

Mango Round- KENYA

Kenya mangos stand tall among the best mangos in the world, making Kenya a key source of juicy and healthy mangos to the world’s leading mango markets. Did you know that mangos are the most consumed fruits in the world? For many years, this ripe yellow succulent fruit with a pleasant flavor and good fragrance continue to be part of the daily diet for many people across the globe.

 

 

The mango fruit belongs to the genus ‘mangnifera’ and the family of drupes- these are fruits whose seeds are surrounded by organic shells. Other plants that belong to this family are; dates, olives, and coconuts.

 

 

The mango seed, including the Kenya mango claims origin about 4 millennia years gone, from its cradle in Southern Asia. Interestingly, the word may or may not have some etymological derivations from the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, who farmed the first orchard in the world, housing over 100, 000  mango trees.  With visitors coming from China to visit the Mongolian, it was inevitable that the seed would have its lucky dispersal into the Far-east, Europe, Kenya and other parts of the world.

 

 

The Kenya mangoes trace their origin 4000 years back, from Southern Asia. It is believed that the great Mongol leader, Akbar the Great, was the first farmer to plant an orchard with over 100,000 mango trees. Chinese visitors to this Indian leader then spread the plant far and wide into China, Europe, Kenya and the rest of the world. This is the route that the Kenya mango has traced through history to arrive at the world’s best climate, soil and people. Kenya mangos, fit and ready for the local and global export market. These Kenya mangos have a sweet taste and are often eaten as a food. It is also palatable when the pulp of raw mangoes is cooked or when the juice is extracted from the ripe fruits. Apart from being used as food, Kenya mangos boast of many health benefits. The mango fruit for instance contains fibers, which are very key in assisting during the digestion process and particularly preventing constipation. Kenya mangos also contain calories, fats, vitamins and potassium that help in many metabolic functions of the human body.

 

 

The mango contains polyphenolic’ antioxidant compounds that prevent leukemia, breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. They contain copper nutrients which act as coenzymes. These are important in enhancing the functioning of red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen around the body. Other enzymes such as esters help in maintaining proper digestion. Citric, malic and tartaric acids that are found in mangoes maintain the alkalinity of the body cells. Mangoes also contain vitamin A that help abundantly in maintaining a good eye vision, as well as vitamin E which regulates the sex hormones. Mangoes also contain collagens, very powerful elements that play the role of maintaining a healthy, glowing skin. This is why mango products are used to cure skin acne.

 

 

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