Aam

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Aam is the Indian name for mango.

Fun facts about aam or mango:

AAM (Indian Mango)
AAM (Indian Mango)
  • Mangoes are native to southern Asia, particularly eastern India, Myanmar (formerly Burma), and the Andaman Islands.
  • Mangoes have been loved since Ancient times and cultivated for at least 4,000 years.
  • India is the largest producer world-wide of mangos.
  • One cup of mangos is just 100 calories, so it’s a sweet treat that won’t weigh you down.
  • Each serving of mango is fat free, sodium free, and cholesterol free.
  • The timber of the mango tree is used for boats, flooring, furniture and other applications.
  • In India, flour is made from mango seeds. Seeds are also eaten during periods of food shortages.
  • The first mango was cultivated in Florida in 1833, which is the largest US producer.
Mango
Mango

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