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Differences between mango cultivars regarding their facility to be halved and spoon-eaten, and association with fiber



Differences between mango cultivars regarding their facility to be halved and spoon-eaten, and association with fiber



Fruits Paris 45(4): 381-385



Forty-three cultivars of mango including germplasm from Florida, Hawaii, Israel, India, Brazil and South Africa were evaluated for their facility to be spoon-eaten, a technique which can lead to a greater consumption of this fruit, and for fibre presence. A clear correlation between fibre presence and spooning ease was shown (although the scale used to measure fibre content did not coincide with various extant bibliographical descriptions of different cultivars).

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