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What does a mango taste like?

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Mangoes are sweet in flavor and very juicy. Some mangoes have a tart, lemon-like taste. The fruits are most common in Asia, and India produces and consumes the most mangoes, according to Produce Pete.

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What does a mango taste like?
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There are several different varieties of mangoes, including Mexican, Florida and Haitian mangoes. Types of Florida mangoes include the Kent, a large fat mango that is green in color with a reddish side. The flesh of the mango is a golden color. The Hayden is a small, round mango with green or yellow skin. This variety has a reddish tint and a rich flavor. Mangoes are a significant source of beta carotene.

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