- Fruit: Elongated ovoid shape, characteristic purple colour with orangish, yellowish and greenish areas.
- Skin: Thick and with lenticels.
- Flesh: Excellent quality, fibre -free and yellow in colour.
- Stone: Small, thin and elongated.
- Size: 300-700gr
- Transport conditions: Excellent.
A variety originally from Florida (USA). The first tree was planted in 1935. This is the most extensively cultivated variety in Malaga.
- Fruit: Oval shape, orange-yellow colour with red areas and numerous lenticels.
- Skin: Thick.
- Flesh: Firm, opaque yellow colour with few or no fibres.
- Stone: Medium-sized and elongated.
- Size: 500-800 gr
- Transport conditions: Good
Originally from Florida (USA). The first tree was planted around 1925 on the estate owned by Victor Mell in Miami (Florida).
- Fruit: Flat oval shape, matt red in colour with hints of pink and green.
- Skin: Thick with lenticels.
- Flesh: Excellent quality, no fibres and an intense orange colour.
- Stone: Small.
- Size: 350g-1000 gr
- Transport conditions: Excellent
Originally from Florida (USA) and planted for the first time on the estate owned by Mrs. J.N. Keitt in Homestead (Florida). A slightly sharp flavour means this variety of mango is popular with many people.
- Fruit: Rounded oval shape and red or yellow in colour – depending on maturity – with greenish areas.
- Skin: thick.
- Flesh: pleasant tasting and juicy, with few fibres and high sugar content.
- Stone: small-sized
- Size: 500-800gr
- Transport conditions: Good
Originally from Florida (USA). The first tree was planted on the estate owned by Leith D. Kent in 1933.
The mango is originally from south-east Asia (more specifically, India) and dates back to around 2,000 BC. The plant spread from there to the rest of the world. It has always been and remains today a highly popular fruit. It was already a status symbol in India during the 16th Century. Cultivation was a privilege reserved for the raj and nabab. One of these – Akbar – planted an orchard of 100,000 mango trees. However, the cultivation of this plant was taken by the Portuguese colonists first to Africa and then to Brazil, where it spread to other Ibero-American countries and other regions with favourable climate conditions, such as La Axarquía in Malaga.
Nowadays, the mango tree is grown in countries with a warm climate – as well as more temperate climates – such as Colombia, Guatemala, Venezuela, Panama, Bolivia, Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Chile, China, Ecuador and southern Spain (in Malaga and Granada).
We commercialise two brands: CASADO AND CASADO PREMIUM.
Casado Premium is our high-end brand and represents premium quality in every sense: quality in the fruit and quality in the presentation, taking the greatest care with every detail. Choosing Casado Premium means choosing quality. This fruit undergoes a meticulous selection and packaging process.
We can offer the best packaging option to suit your needs, with a wide choice of multi-format possibilities: boxes of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 kilograms with or without alveoli, netting, tubs, flow-pack and trays.
However, do not hesitate to contact us if you require a special or different packaging option. We will be happy to assess whether it is feasible and discuss how we can help.