- 30 ounce
BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL OF HOW MUCH OF THESE YOU EAT. I have been crapping myself continuously for 5 days now. Really try them in moderation they have a CRAZYYYY LAXATIVE EFFECT.
Great if you want it as candy!!!
IT CANNOT EVEN COMPARE TO THE NATURAL literally RAW pieces of dried Mango in the organic store WITH NO ADDITIVES!!!! We are talking about DRY pieces of real fruit
This AS I SUSPECTED (but nevertheless bought the bag) IS MORE LIKE CANDY!!!!
Ingredients list: Dry Mango, SUGAR, Sulfur Dioxide (for preservative)
The pieces of mango are COATED with something like powdery SUGAR!!! It is very sweet. 31g of Sugar per serving of ~42g. ALSO the inside part is sort of still juicy EXACTLY LIKE A CANDY. And dont get me even started on the Sulfur Dioxide. I bought grapes that said: “Treated with SO2 PLEASE RINSE THOROUGHLY!!”
SO HOW DO I RINSE THIS MANGO!!!
SUMMARY: If you want candy-like stuff, buy it. GREAT PRICE. If you want REAL RAW amazing dry mango with no sugar and no chemicals go to a organic health store. My store recently had a sale I got 3 pounds at 7$, which is just as low as the costco one. I will finish this bag that I bought from Philippines and never buy it again.
P.s. My first amazon review JUST because I knew that I will be tricked into getting this candy but went ahead anyway to prove my initial worries.
These Mangoes has become my favorite dried fruit
I found the best price for these Mangoes at Costco. Amazon price fluctuates. There is a nice online tool that I use to help catch a good price on Amazon, this tool is called “Online Price Alert”. This tool will send you an email when the Amazon item price reaches the target price range that you specify. If you search on “online price alert” in Google it will be come up at the top. I find this tool to be very helpful.
Great tasting Mangoes!
Love Phillippine Mangoes
Darn you Phillipine Mangoes!!!!!
Almost Heaven on Earth
I use these dried mangos as a snack, as an item I put into my bagged lunch and I like to take them and other dried fruits and nuts along on camping trips. The only problem I have with them is that they’re hard to stay away from. Excellent treat!