Golden Namdokmai Mango
Thai Fresh Mango
Mango is an important economic crop of Thailand and it holds third position on the world’s production list. The most popular Thai mangoes which usually consumed ripe are Golden Nam Dok Mai and Nam Dok Mai No. 4. Those consumed green are Keaw Sawoey and Rad which is famous for their nutty sweet flavor.
– Mango is high in vitamin C and beta carotene which is an excellent source of antioxidant.
– Helps prevent and reduce the risk of cancer.
– Helps control the level of blood pressure.
– Improve digestive system.
– Reduce levels of LDL cholesterol in the body.
– Promote the body’s immune system.
– Fibers from mango help with digestion and burn
Golden Nam Dok Mai Mango
The fruit is of oval shape with pointed tip. The seed is hard and flat with thin peel. The unripe is green and can be very sour with white resin. The fully ripe has beautiful golden colored skin with creamy yellow, firm and juicy flesh. Each mango can weigh up to 250-500 grams.
Succulent and aromatic, it is usually consumed ripe or used in the making of sweet dessert such as Mango Sticky Rice, ice-cream and preserves.
15 – 17 Degree Brix
February – May
Nam Dok Mai No. 4 Mango
The fruit is oval to long in shape with white hard, lean and flat seed. It also yields more flesh. The unripe has green peel with firm and thick white flesh, very sour in flavor while the fully ripe is yellow or golden. It might look greener than the Golden Nam Dok Mai. Thin peel, delicate flesh, no thorns, the fruit is very fragrant and each mango weigh about 300-500 grams.
The flesh is more luscious and softer than Golden Nam Dok Mai
19 Degree Brix
February – May