Mangos are indigenous to India and Southeast Asia and have been pleasing mankind for approximately 4,000 years. Their juicy, sweet, peach-like flesh has been a staple ingredient in cuisines around the world. Mangos are rich in a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients that qualify them to be considered a “superfruit,” a term that denotes very high nutritional and antioxidant qualities. There are many commercially grown cultivars of mango grown around the world. This has resulted in a variety of skin colors ranging from pale yellow to green and red, with many showing all three colors. Currently mangos are the most heavily consumed fruit, per capita, on the planet.