Awarded the Gold Prize at the Ⅷ International Europe Award of Quality Paris.
7D Mango is made from ‘Galabao Mango’ which is harvested in the Visayas region of one yen of Cebu, which is said to be the most delicious (Islands spreading from Cebu Island to Mindanao Island).
Carabao mangoes harvested in this area are bred naturally with gentle sea breezes, characterized by an exquisite balance, acidity and non persistent sweetness.
Founder Francisco P. David developed proprietary production technology which is said to be soft drying method and finished product which was called dry mango in the 1970s soft texture.
In addition, the technique worked on various parts of the Philippines, spreading its name to the whole Philippines as a pioneer of Philippine dry mango.
7D is called NO.1 because technology is spread all over the Philippines, but we are committed to dealing only with our own formulas and carabao mangoes that we can never imitate even now.
And dry fruit is a treasure only for 7D family which is never disclosed unlike the general technique which removes moisture from fruit.
Consequently, the concentrated dry mango contains more nutrition than raw fruit.
Dry mangos also contain minerals, irons, vitamins, beta carotene and flavonoids and lemon polyphenols called eriocitrin. It also contains dietary fiber and has a good effect on the intestines.
What is the condition that Francis speaks about delicious caravanous mango growing …
With the blessing of the sun with strong sunlight, mango grows firmly
In the night of Visaya, a calm sea breeze keeps the heat of the mango warmed during the day well
By person’s hand, carefully bagging one by one carefully raising
The ground keeps moderate moisture in farms in hilly areas spread by the seas
The grace of the sun and the earth, and the hands of carefully raising people are the secret of the deliciousness of 7D Mango.
Color Candy colors – orange-brown.
TasteTaste chocolates tropical-sweet with a slightly sour taste of tamarind and mango rich sweetness.
Aroma The aroma is dominated by notes of mango candy, underlined the delicate nuances of tamarind.
Gastronomy Sweets are well suited to stave off hunger during the day, as they can serve as a standalone dessert for tea.
Sweets “7D” Dried Mangorind Candy – a delicious and nutritious dessert that will appeal not only to fans of sweet, but those who follow a healthy lifestyle. For their manufacture are used only natural mango and tamarind, grown on its own plantations of the company, as well as a small amount of sugar. Delicacy contains no artificial additives, having thus increased concentration of mineral trace elements. The product contains vitamins and natural fiber, and the concentration of calcium, iron, and phosphorus is up to 2% by weight of the candy. This “7D” Dried Mangorind Candy – a great solution for a light snack and an addition to tea.
Philippine Company FPD Food International specializes in the manufacture of products made of mango. It was founded in 1972 by Francisco P. David with a focus on the growing and marketing their own fruit. For more than 40 years of activity the company has become a leading producer of mangoes in the Asian region, having received numerous awards of the Philippines Department of agriculture and European insignia Award in Quality Exellence.
In 1978, the FPD Food International within the expansion of the product range has released the first batch of dried mango 7D brand. The novelty has received wide popularity and allowed the company to launch the line of mango puree, nectars and other products. Now the company is one of the most advanced in the Republic of the Philippines. She is proud of its waste-free production. Mango skins are processed for animal feed. Seeds are collected and germinated in a nursery, and then sold in the form of small mango trees. Moreover, in practice, the policy applies to water conservation and environmental protection support.
Chocolate Category: Chocolate Covered Fruits
Chcolate Box: Pack
Net weight (g): 80
- 1.5 cups all purpose flour
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1.5 tsp baking powder
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 4 tbsp wheat germ
- 1 egg
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/4 to 1/3 cup applesauce
- 2 tbsp. vegetable oil
- Mix the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
- Lightly whisk egg in a smaller bowl and then add the other wet ingredients
- Add wet ingredient mixture into dry ingredients and mix just until combined.
- Add 1/4 tsp almond extract and 1/2 cup chopped dried mangoes
- Fill muffin cups 2/3 way full
- Cook at 350 for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean
- 75g milk chocolate, broken up
- 24 dried mango slices (about 150g)
- 50g dark chocolate (no more than 50% cocoa solids), broken up
Used: Dried Mangoes
Method of preparation:
Mix the dry ingredients – flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and wheat germ – in a large bowl.
In a smaller bowl, lightly whisk the eggs, then pour it into the other ingredients – milk, applesauce and oil.
Add the contents of the small bowl in a large bowl and mix all well connected.
Add to the resulting mass of 1/4 teaspoon almond extract and 1/2 cup finely chopped dried mango.
Lay out the mixture into molds for cupcakes for 2/3 of the total volume.
Cook at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Cupcakes are ready when the dough does not stick when it pierced with a toothpick.
The Company was founded by Mr. Francisco P. David and established as a sole proprietorship in 1972, with intensive mango production as its major activity. It has been recognized as one of Asia’s leading producer of high value commercial crop, mangoes of which the founder garnered various awards, from the Department of Agriculture. Consequently, the company processed further fresh mangoes to produce various products to be exported worldwide.
The technological breakthrough on the use of potassium nitrate for flower induction paves the way for the company to go up the ladder of a multimillion corporation. With oversupply and tremendous increase in fresh mango production, trading of fresh mango to Carbon Market Cebu, Manila and exporting it to meticulous International Markets such as Australia, Hongkong, Singapore, Great Britain and Japan was made possible.
In 1978, the company processed fresh mangoes into DRIED MANGOES. Now, one of the most sought after brand of Dried Mango in the market is 7D. Its unique sweet sour taste has lured the Japan market. It is currently exported in Hongkong, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, Taiwan, Canada, Guam, Saipan, and Korea.
In 1980, came the production of Mango Puree, which eventually became a raw material for the ready to drink Mango Nectar (1995) which was successfully launched and accepted not only in the Philippines but in the other parts of the world. The first ever Mango Nectar in doypack, less costly with the perfect tastes of a mango nectar.
It was in 1985 that a unique mixture of mangoes and tamarind was made with the use of the company’s research and development.
On 1994, the European community accorded 7D an award for its “AWARD in QUALITY EXCELLENCE” in Paris, France and recognized the company internationally.
Another unique feature of the company is the utilization of its waste materials. The skin of the mango fruit is taken out as feeds to the cattle that the family raised. The seeds are brought to their won nursery for propagation. These seedlings are then sold to farmers. This practice has contributed much to ecological conservation aside from the fact that the company is very strict with its wastewater treatment and other environmental considerations.
7D’s community and religious involvement are immeasurable. The company has provided jobs to 60 regular and 500 contractual employees and has provided capital through cash and in kind to mango growers. Family members are very active church members.
Today, FPD Food International, Inc., has come into full circle from production, financial, processing and marketing. As the company grows so do the family members. This is why 7D is known as the “MANGO COMPANY”.
配 料：Mangoes(芒果),Sugar(糖)，Sodium(钠),Metabisulfite (偏亚硫酸氢盐)
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