1 piece = 300-500 grams (approx.)
'Keitt' was reportedly a seedling of the Mulgoba cultivar that was planted on the property of Mrs. J.N. Keitt in Homestead, Florida in 1939. Keitt mango fruit is ovoid-oblong; skin color is pink with less than 30% red.
Benefits: Mangoes are low in calories and fat, but high in nutrients. Just 1 cup of mango contains 68% of the RDA for Vitamin A and 80% for Vitamin C. Mangoes also contain potassium, vitamin B6 and of course, fiber.