Mango Strips

Code
00258471148220
Size:250g
R114.95
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Overview

  • ?Dried Mango
  • Great local quality
  • Fabulously tasty

Description

Most of South Africa's mangoes are grown in the Lowveld which is the subtropical part of the country below the Drakensberg escarpment and along the Kruger National Park in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces. These Mangoes are dried in Hoedspruit and Musina. The two cultivars of mango that are best suited for drying are Keitt and Kent. The laborious task of peeling off the skin, removing the flesh from the pip and cutting it into long strips is all done by hand before drying. We think it's all worth the effort as the final result is fabulously tasty and one of the things we are famous for! This is a range of dried fruit and nut products that encompasses the old traditional favourites as well as a host of wonderful new tastes, textures and combinations.

Ingredients

Mango, Preservative: Sulphur dioxide

Allergens

Sulphur Dioxide

Warnings

This product has been made in a factory that uses both peanuts and tree nuts

Directions

Open and enjoy!

Dietary Summary

  • South African Made
 

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