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Mango: The Unofficial King of Fruits

The mango initially comes from the Indo-Burma area, probably cultivated by man for over 4,000 years. India, where wild mango forests still grow today, is the main growing area for this plant.

Mangoes have spread to almost all tropical areas: South and Southeast Asia, Australia, Madagascar, East Africa, Brazil, and Central America. It also grows in subtropical regions with favorable climates, such as Florida, South Africa, Israel, Cyprus, and Egypt.



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Paola Ochoa is Director of Operations and Engineering Liaison for Agtools.


Agtools, Inc. provides data for farmers, buyers, distributors, retailers, government agencies, financial firms, and other stakeholders to manage market volatility, increase profitability and reduce waste of natural, human and food resources.



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