R2E2 is a mid-season variety, highly sought after and fetching high domestic prices. R2E2's colour, shelf life and quality make it well suited for export
B74 mango variety combines the taste of Kensington Pride with a smaller seed, fibreless flesh and improved shelf life. It is sold as Calypso™.
The Irwin mango variety is a minor commercial in Australia. As a highly coloured fruit variety, they do not attract prices as high as Kensington Pride and R2E2.
Brooks, or Brooks Late, is a monoembryonic mango variety originating in Florida and is the latest maturing variety in Australia
Nam Doc Mai
The Nam Doc Mai mango variety originated in Thailand. In Australia, it is eaten both as a ripe fruit and hard green fruit.
Green eating mango varieties are increasingly popular in Asian cuisine and some may be eaten green or ripe. Varieties include Keow Savoey and Nam Doc Mai
Palmer is a semi-dwarf variety with elongated red-coloured fruit originating from Florida. In Queensland it comprises less than 5 per cent of the total industry
Keitt is a late-season, semi-dwarf variety with large, highly coloured fruit. It is the fourth most popular commercial mango variety in Australia.
The Haden mango variety is popular overseas for its golden skin and crimson red blush. Australian production is small and located mainly in Western Australia
Kent is a late-season variety with large, highly coloured fruit. Commercial planting is limited owing to issues like disease susceptibility and poor shelf life
Information about the mango variety Kensington Pride
Last updated 23 June 2014