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From: blissfully raw (23.120.200.158)
Subject:         Re: black spots on mangoes
Date: May 22, 2014 at 7:06 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: black spots on mangoes posted by heidi jane on May 22, 2014 at 6:30 pm:

Where in the NE do you live? I used to live in NYC and I belonged to a food co-op. Since the co-op was such a good customer and would buy large quantities of produce, they'd always get the Haitians when there was a shortage; however, most of the time they can be found in abundance in small produce markets.

Now I live in southeast Florida and I'm buying them lately in Whole Foods. Do you have a WF near you? I always buy a few flats to get the 10% discount.

I like the champagne mangoes, aka honey mangoes or Ataulfo. (To me, they're equivalent although perhaps a grower would tell you otherwise.) I still prefer Haitian and Florida mangoes. I have a mango tree in my backyard which is producing now (not yet mature).

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