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Mango
The mango is a sweet, fragrant fruit that has yellow to yellow orange juicy flesh when ripe. It can also be eaten in its green unripe form with the popular bagoong. Its single large seed has fibers covering the husk. The best mangoes come from Guimaras Island.


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