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Where to shop imported mangoes in San Antonio

It’s peak mango season in the Alamo City.

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Name a better trio than the lake, a cold one, and some packed fresh mango — we’ll wait.

Mangoes just make life a bit sweeter with their delectable summer nectar, but it can be a challenge to find just the right one at the store.

Peak mango season occurs between May and September, but the varieties with the most flavor come from India and Pakistan. Here’s where you can find these imported goodies in San Antonio.

Man Pasand Indian Pakistani Halal Groceries Supermarket, 3727 Colony Dr. | This Indian supermarket carries three varieties of mangoes: Sindhri, Anwar Ratol, and Chaunsa.

Solano Produce, 1500 S. Zarzamora St. | This warehouse sells fresh fruits + veggies in bulk, offering a 20-count of ataulfo mangoes at $7.

Heads up: Because these mangoes are imported, it means it will have a shorter shelf life. Enjoy these fruits within two days of purchasing before they spoil.

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