Tommy Atkins Mango´s
Nutritional information of Tommy Atkins Mango´s
The Tommy Atkins mango has an average weight of approximately 450 to 600 grams. The pulp is fine textured orange, sweet and juicy.
Originally from the Indian subcontinent, mango is one of the most cultivated fruits in the world for its extremely attractive taste, fragrance and color. The mango grows in trees up to 35-40 m tall and with a cup up to 10 m in circumference. Some types of mango come to life and fruit up to 300 years.
The color of the skin is different depending on the variety, with nuances ranging from ripe fruit to dark green, yellow to orange to intense red. It has a sweet smell and presents a single bone, flattened and long in the middle of the pulp.
The Tommy Atkins handle is best considered in terms of transport and handling tolerance, shock resistance and degradation, and for its longer life than other handles on the store shelf. Its high disease tolerance allows fewer chemicals to be used in the Tommy Atkins crop.
The fruit is oval, with a soft skin, a little cerada, and a weight of between 450-700 gr. It has the orange color with large parts of a dark red or crimson. The pulp is a little fibrous, which gives a firm texture. The pulp is decolorous lemon or dark yellow and has a sweet, smooth taste.
In the composition of the mango, it is worth highlighting the amount of provitamin A it provides, which helps, among other things, vision by preventing nocturnal blindness and the maintenance of epithelia and skin. It also has antioxidant effects, such as lavitamin C that also abounds in this fruit.
It also has vitamin E (although in lesser amounts) but thanks to this, we can say that containing both vitamins A, C and E has one of the best trios of known natural antioxidants.
Due to its specific composition, mango is a special food for the skin: provitamin A and its relationship with the maintenance of tissues, as well as the antioxidant properties of vitamins C and E, in conjunction with the moisturizing properties of the mango And its organic acids and aromatic substances, are really beneficial nutrients for the skin
In addition, vitamin A also helps the conditions of the retina since it is a structural element of this and its availability is enhanced by the presence of vitamins C and E.
Way to eat
- Wash the handle under cold running water.
- Hold the handle in an upright position and cut it, dividing it near the base. Cut the handle on the other side of the base.
- Turn the handle to one side and cut the meat from both ends.
- Peel the pieces of mango. Cut the mango into pieces or slices and serve.
How does it hand and cut a handle?
- For the handle on your chopping board with the stem end down and stop it. Place your knife approximately 1/4 "from the wideest center line and cut down through the handle.
- Turn the handle and repeat this cut on the opposite side. The resulting mango pulp ovals are known as "cheeks". What is left in the middle is mostly the bone or pepa of the handle.
- Cut parallel slices into the pulp of the handle, being careful not to cut the peel.
- Remove the mango slices by separating them from the peel, using a large spoon.
Composition per 100gr of edible portion
|Composition||Amount per 100 grams of edible portion|
|Fibra total (g)||1.70|
|Vitamina A (µg)||207.17|
|Vitamina B12 (µg)||0%|
|Vitamina B3 (mg)||0.66|
|Vitamina C (mg)||6|