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Friedas bring their Australian mangoes stateside
These popular Australian varieties are sweeter, juicier, and more aromatic than most mangoes American shoppers are used to, the company claims. The Kensington Pride mango is medium size and oval in shape with a pink-red blush. The R2E2 is more round and a bit larger with a deep orange blush, and a high flesh-to-seed ratio, said Frieda's representatives.
“Shoppers are looking for enjoyable food experiences and many will pay extra for high-flavor produce,” said Alex Jackson, senior account manager at Frieda’s Specialty Produce. “These mango varieties meet the requirements: beautiful color, great flavor and texture. Shoppers will be looking for them.”
The Australian mango growers are excited to increase the volume of their imports to the U.S. this season, so Americans can experience their take on the fruit.
Frieda’s will have volumes of Australian mango varieties for ads starting January 2, 2017, through the end of March.
Frieda's Specialty Produce
Tel: 714 733 7660
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