People throughout the world enjoy the sweet taste and firm flesh of the mango. They use the hundreds of varieties in drinks, sauces, stews, salads and ice cream — not to mention, peeled and cut. Many pick mangoes right from the tree while others must wait to purchase them in their local stores.
Here is the journey a commercial mango makes from Haitian farm to U.S. table.
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