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Flavours

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Mango

Mangifera indica

Areas of origin: Southern Asia

Certification:

Organic EU; Organic NOP/COR; SAGAP; HACCP

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Description

Mangos are the stone fruit (Drupe) of the Magnifera indica tropical mango tree of the Anacardiaceae family. Mangos have been cultivated for over 4000 years and are the most widely cultivated fruits in the tropics. They are used in a wide variety of cuisines in many different cultures. Mangos are commonly eaten uncooked, but are also used as a versatile ingredient in the production of desserts, candies, chutney, seasoning, flavouring, alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks and teas. Mangos have cultural and religious significance in a number of societies and are commonly used in traditional medicine due to the healing properties associated with the fruit.

Flavouring Specifications

To be supplied

 

Peach

Prunus persica

Area of origin: East Asia 

Certification:

Organic EU; Organic NOP/COR; SAGAP; HACCP

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Description

Peaches are the fruit of the Prunus Persica and are from the same family as cherries, apricots, almonds and plums. Peaches and nectarines are often regarded as different fruit, but are fruit of the same species. Evidence of the earliest peach cultivation dates back to the neolithic period, making it one of the oldest cultivated fruits. The long history of cultivation in various societies has lead to peaches developing religious, cultural and symbolic significance in many cultures. Peaches are mainly cultivated to be eaten raw, but are also used as a common ingredient and flavouring for sweet and savoury dishes, candies, teas, chutney, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, perfumes and cosmetics.

Flavouring Specifications

To be supplied