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Mangifera indica

Family Anarcardiaceae
Bahasa or Dayak nameMangga
Vernacular nameMango





Mangifera indica is a species of mango in the Anacardiaceae family. It is found in the wild in India and Pakistan where it is indigenous and are cultivated varieties have been introduced to other warm regions of the world. It is the largest fruit-tree in the world, capable of a height of one-hundred feet and an average circumference of twelve to fourteen feet, sometimes reaching twenty.

% Daily Requirement

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


Nutritive value per 100 g
Carbohydrate (g)13.49
Protein (g)0.76
Fat (g)0.33
Fibre (g)2.04
Vit A (IU)3,240.00
Vit C (mg)37.10
Fe (mg)0.85
Zn (mg)0.27
Mg (mg)14.90
P (mg)13.50
Ca (mg)13.60
K (mg)211.00

Phenological Calendar


Mangifera indica: 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).