The mango is a tropical fruit that comes from either Burma or Pakistan. Its spread is very much linked to the Buddhist culture. It was the Spanish that first introduced the fruit to Africa, and then the Brazilians to South America. Today, the mango is harvested in many tropical regions. Our organic mangoes aren't always the same variety - size and taste might vary from harvest to harvest.
Preserve in a cool dry place protected from light and humidity.
Mexico / Burkina Faso
In old Pali texts and Buddhist traditions, the courtesan Ambapali vana donated a mango grove to Buddha. The purpose of the grove was for Buddha to meditate, but also to create a source of revenue, so that Buddha could concentrate his energy on his spirituality.