Beyond being rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, mangos contain an enzyme with stomach soothing properties.
Mango is good for eye disorders, hair loss, heat stroke, diabetes, bacterial infections, indigestion, constipation, morning sickness, diarrhea, liver disorders and menstrual disorders.
Strong, smooth, pungent and vibrant mango from several continents gives the unique deep sticky mango notes. A touch of pineapple helps pop the blend ending with a slight banana background. Our artisan put his global travel and sourcing to full use to achieve this distinctive taste.
Pineapple is a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, copper and dietary fiber.
Pineapple is an excellent source the trace mineral manganese, which is an essential cofactor of enzymes necessary in energy production and antioxidant defenses.
Pineapple contains a high amount of antioxidant (vitamin C), and working with the special enzyme bromelain in pineapple, it helps defend against free radicals that attack and damage normal cells and encourage healing.
The bromelain contained in fresh pineapple can relieve indigestion by breaking down the amino acid bonds in proteins.
Bananas contain a high dose of potassium that is an essential nutrient to keep your heart and nervous system in good shape. Also, this high potassium content minimizes the loss of calcium from the body and thereby reduces the risk of osteoporosis.
Bananas have tryptophan that helps the body to produce serotonin - which has a calming effect on the brain.
Bananas contains iron, which helps the body's hemoglobin function.
Fiber in bananas helps maintain healthy, regular bowel movements.
Bananas have a natural antacid effect in the body, reducing heartburns when consumed.
There are over 400 varieties of Mango throughout the world.
Mangoes can range from 2 - 10 inches in length.
Pineapples are actually not just one fruit but multiple(up to 200) fruitlets fuse together around a central core – an “eye,” the rough spiny marking, is a fruitlet.
Hawaii produce one third of all pineapples in the world.
Nearly all bananas in the United States are imported from Central and South America and are available year-round.
The banana tree is not actually a tree; it is a large herb.
Four varieties of mango, a
touch of pineapple & banana