Kenyan Mangoes

Kenya is a leading African country in mango production, with various regions growing specific varietiess well adapted to local climatic conditions.

These varieties include Ngowe, Apple, Tommy Atkins, Kent, Keit, Vandyke, and Boribo, each with unique characteristics that make them suitable for processing or consumption.

Mango Seasons in Kenya start in December and end in March

Pack Size For Mangos
– Sizes 8 to 12 in 4kg boxes

Kent Mango

Kent mangoes are a popular variety of mangoes that originated in Florida in the 1940s. They are known for their sweet, juicy flesh and lack of fibres, making them a favourite for eating fresh or in smoothies. Kent mangoes have greenish-yellow skin and can weigh up to 2 pounds each. They are in season from October to February.

Apple Mango

Apple mangoes, also known as Honey mangoes, are a fibre-rich, vitamin-packed, and antioxidant-loaded tropical fruit with a unique sweet and tangy flavour. They are versatile and can be used in smoothies, salads, and desserts. Apple mangoes also have a longer life than most other varieties

Ngowe Mango

Ngowe mangoes are a popular variety of mangoes grown in the coastal region of Kenya. These mangoes are known for their sweet, juicy and fiberless flesh. They are usually oblong in shape and have bright yellow skin with some red blush. Ngowe mangoes are highly sought after for their delicious taste and are commonly used for making juices, jams, and other sweet treats.