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Plum Mango

Plum mango has tight skin, while its flesh is juicy, soft and a bit fibrous, the taste of plum mango has something in common with persimmon, mango, and apricot. Plum mango can be eaten fresh or cooked. The fruit's juice should be clear like "milk", not white or greenish - this is the best sign. Mature fruits are soft to touch, when you try to twist fruit from trees, ripe fruits will come off easily from their stalk. Also when you press the fruit with fingers and then release it back, plum mango should come back smoothly in its original form without leaving deep finger marks. In short: Plum mango has tight skin and soft texture, with a taste of persimmon, apricot, and very little like mango. When ripe it is almost inedible raw due to its delicate flavor. The fruit's juice should be clear like "milk", not white or greenish - this is the best sign. Mature fruits are soft to touch, when you try to twist fruit from trees, ripe fruits will come off easily from their stalk. Also when you press the fruit with fingers and then release it back, plum mango should come back smoothly in its original form without leaving deep finger marks. Plum mango is an underutilized fruit of Cambodia, Cambodia has over 6,000 varieties of mango. Plum Mango trees grow to 7-10 meters tall with drooping branches and huge leaves up to 50 centimeters long which can be divided into five pointed lobes. The flowers are very small and creamy white while the fruits are green when unripe and change color as they ripen to a deep orange, with red blush. The skin is soft and thin and the flesh is bright yellow with many small black seeds. Plum mango is a rare winter fruit that has many names, e.g. "plu măng trái" (literally plum mango fruit) or "đỗ đen" (black egg - this name may refer to the color of the skin). Information about plum mango is scarce and scattered. It has been known in Vietnamese traditional medicine for hundreds of years, but the most detailed description about its botanic is found in a medical book - "Manual of Clinical Professor Dr. Nguyễn Bá Tứ" published by Prof. Nguyễn Vũ Huy Tưởng in 1948. Some local people say that plum mango is an ancient type of mangosteen, but there is no scientific proof to support this theory.

Global plum mango production

Plum mangoes are a hybrid fruit that is grown in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. The fruit is a cross between a plum and a mango, and has the sweetness of a plum with the texture of a mango. Plum mangoes are usually red or purple in color, and are often used in desserts and juices. The majority of plum mangoes are grown in Brazil, India, and China. Brazil is the largest producer of plum mangoes, followed by India and China. Other countries that produce significant amounts of plum mangoes include Thailand, Pakistan, and Vietnam. Plum mangoes are a relatively new fruit, and as such, global production is still relatively low. However, production is expected to increase in the coming years as demand for the fruit grows.

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