The Mangosteen has a spherical body. Its skin is fibrous and thick, with a reddish to purple color and a porous and smooth consistency. Mangosteen can be opened by squeezing them between your fingers. Their pulp is white, soft and juicy and consists of 5 to 8 segments.

For consumption, divide the mangosteen in half and remove the skin, remove the segments and eat. The fruit is commonly used in sauces.

Nutritional information

Contains Vitamins B2 and B6, Iron, Sodium

Minimum Brix degress


The Mangosteen is a subtropical species cultivated primarily in Asia; it flowers between 1,000 to 1,200 MASL. The Mangosteen should not be exposed to temperatures below 4° or above 37°C. It requires a relative humidity of 80%.