Ataulfo Mangos are in a class by themselves. Sometimes referred to as Champagne┬«, Honey Mangos or Manila Mangos, they boast a delicious flavor and a string-less interior that melts in your mouth. What’s more, they are low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. Generally smaller than other mango varieties, they pack a powerful punch nutritionally as a good source of Vitamins A and C, dietary fiber and Vitamin B6. Look for ripe Ataulfos to be bright yellow to orange, giving slightly to gentle pressure. Do not refrigerate. Harvested in Southern Mexico and Ecuador, Ataulfo Mangos are available twice a year, in the spring and fall. Enjoy them out of hand, in salads, as chutney, or even on the grill. Don’t be one of the 45% of Americans who have never tried a mango. When you taste the Ataulfo, you’ll discover why more than half the world considers the mango a staple food.