Fruits nutrition

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Mangifera foetida

Family Anarcardiaceae
Bahasa or Dayak nameAsam bawang
Vernacular nameHorse mango





Mangifera foetida (also called horse mango, malmut, limus, bachang and machang) is a species of plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It is found in wet-land rainforest regions of Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The fruit is edible. However, young fruits extrude sap that can cause blisters. Mature fruits have a strong smell.

% Daily Requirement

% DV: % recommended ‘daily value’ provided per 100g (USFDA, 2013)


Nutritive value per 100 g
Carbohydrate (g)21.70
Protein (g)1.40
Fat (g)0.20
Fibre (g)1.80
Vit A (IU)1,520.00
Vit C (mg)51.20
Fe (mg)0.20
Zn (mg)-
Mg (mg)-
P (mg)17.00
Ca (mg)18.50
K (mg)361.00

Phenological Calendar


Mangifera foetida: species showing no sub/supra annual pattern, which may fruit at any time in the year, for which on calendar: yellow = year-round potential availability, orange = typical peak (where applicable).