Mango

$14.00

When you think of Peru, you likely imagine the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu or the llama like vicuña, the country’s national animal. But, did you know that Peru is the second largest supplier of mangoes to the United States? In fact, Peru has over 59,000 acres of Mango plantations along its coast, and exports more than 70,000 tons of mangoes each year across the world. In Peru, mangoes are grown in the North and Central regions of Peruvian coast. As mangoes grow in the summer, the season lasts from November to April and it is one of the largest producers of the fruit in the world.

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When you think of Peru, you likely imagine the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu or the llama like vicuña, the country’s national animal. But, did you know that Peru is the second largest supplier of mangoes to the United States? In fact, Peru has over 59,000 acres of Mango plantations along its coast, and exports more than 70,000 tons of mangoes each year across the world. In Peru, mangoes are grown in the North and Central regions of Peruvian coast. As mangoes grow in the summer, the season lasts from November to April and it is one of the largest producers of the fruit in the world.