Do not walk past if you like fruit.
Usually just ready to eat with cereal or fruit salad. Slice down both sides parallel to the flat stone. Criss cross cuts then free it from the skin and stone. Natives eat it whole straight from the tree.
Rotten and mushy
Had 2 of these. Both arrived completely mushy and overripe. The first was mushy & actually rotting away inside and had to go in the bin. The second was just on the edge of rotting and small parts were edible - mostly went in the bin. Sadly won’t buy again.
Has anyone actually ever had a perfectly ripe mango from here? I find them best left at room temperature for three/four days.
it was hard
it was hard
stopped buying these because they are too firm to
stopped buying these because they are too firm to eat and bruised. pickers should check quality of product
Stringy and a little sour. Not the best I've had by a long shot.
Not Tesco’s usual standard
Poor quality. Definitely not perfectly ripe. Very large stone and little edible flesh.
Over ripe and had turned into mush, nice taste but looked like baby food, no texture.
Still green and hard after one week of ripening. Very small. Won't buy again.
Not even remotely ripe and very badly bruised.