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Mango, Tommy Atkins CASE 10/12 Count
"Tommy Atkin's" mango is named mango cultivar,
Tommy mango's have little to no bruising or degradation, allowing them to have a longer shelf left - great for transport.
Tommy Atkins mangoes will store for up to three weeks in the refrigerator. Fruits can be kept at room temperature until ripe.
Tommy Atkins mangoes can be used for both fresh or cooked applications. The skin and sap of mangoes can cause irritation to the skin of some people, so using gloves when peeling mangoes is recommended. Peeled and deseeded, the Tommy Atkins mango can be sliced and served fresh or diced and added to fruit salads for a bit of tropical flavor. The diced fruit can be pureed for use in beverages, desserts and baked goods. Pureed or whole mango pieces can be used in marinades or sauces for chicken, fish or meats. Grilled Tommy Atkins mango slices will compliment barbequed poultry. Combine with diced red peppers, red onions, and cilantro for a mango salsa for fish tacos or to use as a garnish
Tommy Atkins mangoes are a great source of vitamin C and vitamin A, as well as a good source of fiber. They also contain folate, vitamin B6 and minerals like potassium, calcium, and iron. Like most mangoes, the Tommy Atkins mango contains enzymes that are beneficial for digestion. Those with a sensitivity to poison ivy or poison oak should use care when handling the skin of a mango, irritation can occur.