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Mangosteen

Mangosteen is a small, round, tropical fruit. The stiff, dark brown purply skin seems tough, but it is easily cut when the fruit is ripe. The inside of the mangosteen contains 4 to 7 small segments. You can remove these from the mangosteen. The flesh is white, soft juicy and sweet. There can be pips in some pieces. The pips and the skin of the mangosteen are not edible. The mangosteen from Nature's Pride are available in 'small' and 'super' sizes.
The ideal teperature of Mangosteen

Storage advice

Mangosteens are kept refrigerated in storage and during transport. The ideal temperature during transport is between 6 and 12 degrees Celsius. At home the mangosteen needs to be kept out of the fridge.
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Origin Nature's Pride Mangosteen

Mangosteen - ColombiaColombia Mangosteen - IndonesiaIndonesia Mangosteen - ThailandThailand

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This foundation was established to finance local projects in communities where they grow our exotic fruit and vegetables. The aim is to stimulate economic growth of small farmers, pack house employees and their families.

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