After the kiwi became established in the European fruit markets during the 1970s, its consumption increased almost a hundredfold within ten years. Nevertheless, a well-known gastronomy critic described the kiwi as a "tasteless softie". Not entirely understandable when you consider the health components but also the careful preparations of the fruit.
The virtues of apples and relevant health-related aspects have already been discussed on frowner.blog. Mangoes are just as healthy and go well with apples or berries. This fruit is a source of vitamins C, E and B and is very healthy despite its high fructose content. It is also rich in beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A. Mangoes "supply" three grams of beta-carotene per 100 grams of pulp, as well as essential minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium.