169 Boxes Available Shipped Directly From Serendib Farms
Serendib Farms is a small, 10-acre farm located in Redland, Florida run by Wimal & Elita Suaris since 2009.
Embracing the intricacies of producing harder-to-grow and harder-to-find fruit, Serendib has been a tropical, ecological oasis and home to many of the rarest varieties of mangoes, avocados, longan, passion fruit and many more tropical crops. From Sri Lanka and the Philippines, Wimal and Elita share a life-long passion for tropical living and the cultivation of unique and delicious produce.
Tommy Atkins Mangoes are delicious stone fruits known for their fibrous, sweet and juicy flesh. With slight tartness, the fruit becomes sweeter as it ripens.
The Tommy Atkins Mango was commercialized in the 1950s by Thomas Atkins (namesake of this mango variety) through the Florida Mango Forum. Grown in tropical regions, mangoes can be traced back to India and are known for their nicknames ‘the King of Fruit’ and ‘Fruit of the Gods.’
As Tommy Atkins Mangoes ripen, their green skin turns to a dark red blush with some orange and yellow accent hues. Beneath the thick skin is a vibrant, orange flesh that is rich and delicious. Their flesh softens, sweetens and becomes more juicy.
All produce is shipped direct from Serendib Farms in Florida, using FedEx two-day shipping to guarantee freshness. Information on how to use, store and recipe ideas can be found by clicking here.
The Tommy Atkins Mangoes are grown and shipped directly from Redland, Florida.
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Keep your Tommy Atkins Mangoes on the counter to ripen at room temperature before placing in the refrigerator as needed. To test ripeness, gently squeeze the fruit to determine softness. They should have a gentle give.
With slight tartness, the fruit becomes sweeter as it ripens. Their green skin turns to a dark red blush with some orange and yellow accent hues, and beneath the thick skin is a vibrant, orange flesh that is rich and delicious.
Tommy Atkins Mangoes are great for cooking, eating fresh out of hand, or serving in salads. They are a delicious addition to smoothies, desserts and baked goods as well. Mango can also be used to tenderize meat or fish in a marinade or added to other savory dishes.
WARNING: DO NOT CONSUME the seed/pit or the skin of the mango as they are inedible.
Follow these simple steps to learn how to remove the skin and cut the fruit away from the seed:
This variety of mango will store well for 3-5 days in the refrigerator AFTER ripening. We recommend always ripening at room temperature before storing in the refrigerator. Never store fresh mangoes in a plastic bag as they need to breathe. Place loose in the crisper drawer.
These mangoes will freeze nicely if sliced and bagged or pureed and stored in ice cube trays or another container.
This item will be shipping FedEx 2-Day air directly from Florida on the ship date indicated on this page and in your email receipt. There is a $9.00 flat rate shipping fee per box added to your order at checkout. You will receive an email with your shipment's tracking number when shipped.
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