HAVE MANGO QUESTIONS?

Below are answers to some of our most frequently asked mango questions. Don’t see your question? Submit it below to be answered by our very own mango expert!

Champagne® mangos are widely available from February through July. If weather conditions are right, we may be able to get Champagne® mangos to your local stores a few weeks earlier, and pack into August. We let Mother Nature do its thing.

At this time, we do not sell Champagne® mangos direct to consumers. We have a lot of exciting things planned for Champagne® mangos, however, so please check back occasionally to see what’s new.
The dry spots in your mangos are known as spongy tissue. This is a common occurrence in mangos throughout the world. It is completely harmless. This occurs in some years when the weather conditions are just right, causing a group of cells in the flesh to collapse. It can be made worse by big swings in temperature. Spongy tissue can vary in size and it is usually honeycomb-shaped, making it easily identifiable. This is impossible to detect unless you cut the fruit, but you can cut around it.
No. Champagne® mangos are not genetically modified or genetically engineered in any way.
Not all. You can identify organically-grown Champagne® mangos by the packaging. If the package does not make an organic claim, then those mangos are not organically-grown. Rest assured, however, that our mangos are sustainably grown and cared for.

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Dr. Richard Campbell draws on thirty years of travel and experience collecting and researching tropical fruit in Africa, the Americas, and Asia to provide the latest in mango technologies and varieties.

Dr. Campbell currently serves on the National Mango Board where he is actively involved in the research committee. He lives in Homestead, FL, where he and his sons grow and breed new mango varieties for the future of Ciruli Brothers, LLC, and the industry at large.

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FIND CHAMPAGNE® MANGOS

Champagne® Mangos are available at grocers all across the country. Remember, if it doesn’t have a purple Ciruli Brothers label it’s not a Champagne® Mango!