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MANGOES
SEASON

Delicious and Irresistible
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A
MARKET
PIONEER

Sweet Seasons was the first to bring "Mango Criollo"  Young Green Baby Mangoes into the American market, igniting nostalgia in the latino and asian communities living across the United States.

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Where others saw unripe fruit, we saw an opportunity to bring diverse people together—through the mutual love for mangoes.

MAKING HISTORY

On March 8th, 2022,

Sweet Seasons became the first ever to irradiate mango criollo in the state of Texas. Eleven pallets were processed in the biggest irradiation facility of the United States, located in McAllen.

 
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WANNA
KNOW MORE?

Young Green Baby Mangoes are...

  • Small

  • Round

  • Flat in shape

Thy have a firm and smooth skin and a vibrant emerald green.

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Try them with Mamá Chedes
chili lime powder!

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MADE FOR PERFECTION

Thin, edible flesh. No fibers left in your teeth. Sweet to the core, with a minute seed. Did you guess it?

ATAULFO MANGO

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The Ataulfo mango was first grown by Mexican Mr. Ataulfo Morales Gordillo in Chiapas, Mexico.

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Need help pronouncing the name?

We’ve got you.

ATAULFO MANGO

A favorite for eating out of hand, but also amazing in smoothies and shakes

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This tropical fruit has a bright yellow skin and shape, somewhat like a bean, with a sweet flavor and no fibers in the flesh.

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Wholesale? 

Sweet seasons mangoes are packed for your convenience.

Always fresh.
Always available.

Have any questions? 

Our sales team is ready to help you.

(956) 687-9910

Interested in more products?

Sweet Seasons carries a wide-array of fresh, exotic and tropical fruits.

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Always Fresh,

Always Available,

Always...

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