What you see: Black dots all over your mango.What it is: Lenticel darkening!Eat or toss: Eat! This only affects the external appearance of the mango. Are
Dark streaks on your mango’s skin?
What you see: Darkened skin in a drip pattern around the stem of your mango. What it is: A chemical burn from the mango’s naturally occurring sap. Eat or toss:
Black strings in your mango?
What you see: Black veins running through mango flesh What it is: Darkened vascular canals! Eat or toss? Cut around them if you’d like, but the mango is still
White stuff just under mango peel?
What you see: A mottled white, maybe gray-ish film just under the mango skin; possibly also darkened areas on the peel. What it is: A scalded mango. Eat or
Little white rings in your mango?
What you see: Tiny, white-ringed holes in your mango. What it is: Air bubbles in trace amounts of starchy, immature tissue. Eat or toss: Eat! Depending on how
White, hole-y stuff in your mango?
What you see: White, hole-y stuff in your mango; it might seem like the pit is taking over the rest of the mango. What it is: Starchy mango tissue with air
The mango that looks fine on the outside, but went wrong on the inside
What you see: A brown, possibly purplish color throughout your mango’s flesh What it is: Deteriorating mango flesh Eat or toss: Toss! This mango will not taste
A sticky issue: clear stuff near mango stem
What you see: Clear sticky stuff around the stem of your mango What it is: Sap! Eat or toss: The mango is fine to eat. Clear sap near the stem doesn’t indicate