What is a Mangosteen?
Mangosteen is a rich, yet delicately sweet treat that will delight your senses. We recommend eating it on its own, but it can also be mixed with other fruits and nuts to make an outrageous trail mix, or try using with cereals or desserts. This dried fruit is SO GOOD you might just eat the whole bag!
Mangosteen fruit not only packs big flavor, but contains solid nutrition as well. The fruit is low in calories, and contains no saturated fat or cholesterol, but is rich in dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals.
It is said that many historical figures claimed Mangosteen as their favorite fruit and it is the official national fruit of Thailand. The taste has been famously described as indescribable.
Mangosteen fruit should not be confused with the dark purple mangosteen rind which contains a separate set of health benefits. See our Mangosteen Powder for more about that.
The Sunfood Difference
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) is a tropical fruit, native to the South Pacific, it contains an impressive array of vitamins and minerals. Mangosteen trees can grow to 80 feet tall and can live up 100 years. Our Mangosteen fruit comes directly from a pristine region of Thailand. It is delicately harvested at peak ripeness and dried using low-temperature methods that preserve both the amazing taste and the nutrients.
Low in calories
Contains no saturated fat or cholesterol
Rich in dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals
Contains vitamin C, potassium, phosphorous, calcium, magnesium and even trace minerals such as copper, manganese and zinc.
Our dried Mangosteen is so incredibly delicious you can just eat it right out of the bag! It is great for a snack on the go or mix it in with your favorite nuts and other fruits to make a yummy trail mix!
|Ingredients||Certified organic, dried mangosteen|
|Specifications||Organic, Vegan, Raw|
|Great for||Stress, Vitamin C, Phytonutrients, Minerals, Children, Fiber, Expecting Moms, Immune System|
|Storage||Store in an air tight container in a cool dry place.|
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