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  • Dried mangoes can make use of the energy in the fructose at a time when food is short. When there are many mangoes they are difficult to sell so many are wasted. If they are dried, they can be eaten later.
  • Drying fruit is cheap, simple and very effective. Using the power of the sun, a solar dryer can dry almost any fruit and many vegetables. The sun evaporates the moisture content of the food meaning if they are then stored correctly, dried fruit can last for years.
  • Dried mango is an important value added product; made by dehydrating mango slices or mango pulp.
  • Dried mango products are popular in the world. There are different types of products available in this category.
  • Dried mango is made by cutting mango slices and drying those in solar and/or fuel fired dehydrators. Another variation of the product is called mango leather which is made by making mango pulp and drying the pulp.
  • Dried mango powder is a spice made by grinding dried mango. The powder preserves the acidic, tart and spicy flavour of unripe mangoes.
  • Dried mango powder has high iron content, so pregnant women and people suffering from anemia are advised to consume it regularly. It combats acidity and improves digestion. It is a fair source of Vitamin A and Vitamin E which helps hormonal system function efficiently.
  • All the major mango producing countries produce and export dried mango products. There is demand of this product in local market also; which is shown by its sale in large retail stores in the major cities of the country.
  • Dried mangoes are produced with very simple equipment. The most important equipment in making dried mangoes is the dryer.
  • For dried mangoes, the drying phase makes up the bulk of the processing time. In some companies, this can take from 8 to 24 hours. Dryers can have a capacity of up to 1 ton. During peak months, the bottleneck of the process tends to be in the drying phase.
  • The price of dried mangoes from Thailand is almost 80% cheaper than the dried mangoes from the Philippines. It must be because fresh mangoes are cheaper in Thailand.
  • The market for dried mangoes is huge, and the demand for the product is growing fast, itís seen as a possible way
    of pushing a bigger portion of the local production onto the market.
  • Dried mango is sold in dices (varying sizes depending on buyer specifications), granules, chunks, slices, spears (usually 1/8 of a fruit). Color is generally yellowish orange. Slices for most fruits are generally 3/4 or 4/5 mm thick.
  • Dried mango currently fetches about R40 per kilogram for a good-quality dried product.

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