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Aug 5, 2013 11:35 PM

Mango Puree

I have been trying to find mango puree in any physical store for awhile in Seattle... But I couldn't find it... Not Whole Food.. QFC Safeway Walmart Uwajimaya Ranch 99.. Has anyone seen it before?

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    1. re: Gizmo56

      Thank you so much! I would definitly go check out their store in Lynnwood!

      Do you also know where can I find these mango puree/pulp in cans by any chances?

      1. re: leewanls

        Sorry, no, I don't know where to find it in cans in a "bricks and mortar" store. I do see a couple of canned versions available through Amazon.

        1. re: Gizmo56

          Check the label - most of the cans are full of sugar.

    2. Goya distributes a series of frozen (and pure) fruit purees. You can call Latin/Mexican grocery stores to see if they have them in stock but mango should be easy to find.

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      1. re: amybobamy

        I saw the Goya product at Salva-Mex (or adjacent market) a few years ago.

        There used to be a Brazillian grocery on NE 24th in Bellevue/Redmond that sold a brand of frozen pulps called Icefruit, which includes mango and also more exotic Brazillian fruits. . But the market closed, so I am looking for a new source for these.

        1. re: equinoise

          I recalled that the Redmond Brazillian market I mentioned, Kitanda, has a location in Kirkland that is still open and sells the fruit pulps.

      2. De Laurentis in the market carries a small selection of frozen Boiron puree, a high quality brand used in most pastry kitchens. You could call them and see if mango is in stock. One 1 kg (2.2lbs) tub will run you about $16-20.

        Looks like this:

        1. Indian grocery stores tend to carry it