7D Dried Mangoes are produced using the highest quality and the latest available technology in processing dried mangoes. From the expertise of mango farming, use of digital weighing machines, bacteria and metal detectors up to the use of top quality packaging materials to maintain the quality of fresh dried mangoes. 


No wonder why 7D Dried Mangoes has become the world’s favorite.  It all begins with the selection of the best fresh Philippine mangoes ripened enough to give you that rich flavor and excellent aroma.  Processed with the finest sugar cane for that appealing sweet and sour taste that makes 7D Mangoes distinctive.  Finally the fruits are dried just enough to attain the desired chewy and moist texture with the great mango flavor you savor bite after bite…




7D Food International, Inc. Philippines’ dedication to produce top quality products has been recognised and awarded with the VIII International Europe Award for Quality in Paris.




Mango Production 芒果生产

7D Production 7D的制造

The production secret of 7D mango is all about care and attention given to the mango fruit from its birth.

In the month of March in the Philippines, the heat of summer season starts to rise. So as the mango trees around the country starts to expose their buds. From the first sight of the first bud, the whole tree will be covered with light green colored buds within 2 weeks. After 2 to 3 weeks, the buds will start to open and suddenly change the whole appearance of the tree from green to bright yellow flowers. The flowers will give nice scent that will start to attract bees and flies to start pollination.


While the flowers are blooming, manual pollination is required to maximize the pollination process and ensure a higher yield of fruits to harvest at the end of the season. Due to the size of the mango trees (10 to 30mtrs.), artificial pollination is not an easy task. It requires large scale of intensive labor.


After approximately one week, little green mangoes now start to appear. This is a critical point where mango producers need to wrap with plastic bag each mango to prevent scars, disease and pests. This can only be done using manual labor. Unlike other variety of mangoes, Philippine mangoes are more delicate, it has softer skin and juicer so it can easily get bruised during handling and transportation. Extra care must be given during harvest to avoid spoilage.


Storage 储藏
During harvest season in the months between June and October, as the mangoes are not ripe at exactly the same time, some needs few more days to reach the optimum level of ripeness. Mangoes are then store in a controlled environment sorted depending on their ripeness. This procedure optimizes the highest level of sweetness and aroma of the mangoes.


Washing and peeling section 清洗和去皮
Mangoes are sorted manually based on color, size and if the fruit shows signs of any deformities before washing. The mangoes are then washed and will send to the peeling section by conveyor. At the peeling section, mangoes are peeled approximately 1 mango per second by hand. After peeling it will be washed again before moving to slicing section. In this section, it is being controlled again should there be skin left after the peeling section.
At this point, the skin and other unusable parts are reused as fertilizer and fodders to the domestic animals.


Slicing section 切割
The mangoes are sliced in three sections. The prime side (the portion with thickest flesh) will be used for producing dried mangoes. The side section will go to the candy making section and the stone (seed) will be used for producing nectar and puree.


Drying 干燥
At the dried mango production line, sliced mangoes are washed again to avoid oxidation and on straight to the mechanical dryer. The amount of moisture content can be adjusted in the mechanical dryer to suit the desired chewy and softness and of the dried mango. At the end of the drying procedure, sugarcane is added to maintain the sweetness of mangoes and to keep the dried mangoes from sticking.


The mangoes are conveyed directly to the automatic weighing machine and filling machine. Here the dried mangoes are weight and adjusted is needed to meet the required weight before packing. At the packing section, when the sachets are closed, then it will go through labeling and impurities and metal detector machine.


Finished products are packed in cartons ready for shipment to other counties around the globe.


16 thoughts on “7D芒果干

  1. 这个牌子的芒果干我在深圳世界之窗地铁站的专门卖零食的小店里有看到在卖,如果我没有记错好象是小袋RMB10.00/PC

  2. 恩,我猜到小店子也在卖,目前福建泉州一些酒店商店里也有出售,我的想法是批量进口卖.并没有打算开网店.

  3. 阁下的专业精神令人佩服。
    我品尝过几种不同国家的芒果干。To be honest, 7D的味道不是最好的。产品中添加的色素和抗氧化剂掩盖了天然芒果的芬芳,也减少了天然芒果的质感。7D的成功在于清新爽朗的包装和营销策略。
    By the way, 你文中的“甘蔗”都可以换成蔗糖。因为7D确实是用蔗糖来糖渍芒果干的。

  4. 啊,谢谢ALICE的纠正:)



    营销绝对是包括包装和宣传这块儿的:)7D的做的的确不错~~我想起新加坡的BREAD TALK,听一个在新加坡的朋友说,那不是他们那里最好的面包店,但在东南亚国家里,她却是最响的牌子—–究其原因,就是因为它招人爱的宣传和包装——面包物语,每一只面包都有自己的名字,多可爱!


  5. 不清楚阁下开始做7D的生意没有。最近中国和菲律宾关系不好,很多食品被海关扣留,说残留SO2超标。菲律宾的SO2限量标准比中国高,所以在那边合格,在中国可能超标。目前菲律宾的香蕉干都进不来了。如果你要做7D,请注意海关和商检局的各种规定。

  6. 该道工序留下的芒果皮不得用于肥料或家禽的饲养。
    the skin and other unusable parts are reused as fertilizer and fodders to the domestic animals.

    翻譯錯了, reuse, 可以再用!!!!

  7. 谢谢PIN提供的翻译,让我对7D有更好的了解。

  8. 呵呵,没想到事隔1年,还有这么多人在关心7D啊,我尝试与ALICE邮件联络下,看她能否告知ERIA她吃过的更好吃的芒果干哦!目前人民币升值不少,而国内物价又在不断走高,也许今年启动7D的计划是个不错的主意哦~目前100克装的7D已经零售卖到25元了,成本和利润之间的空间又拉高了~其实芒果干的问题倒不是在于是否太甜,而在于上火和对皮肤的影响吧,总之,在菲律宾的时候,很多同事都是劝我不要吃太多芒果的,太毒了。当然,对这一点,我就没有什么太多研究了……

  9. 呵呵,我找找啊。那都是前年品尝的样品了,不知道记录还有没有

  10. 因为在淘宝网上买到了假冒的7D芒果干,所以到处搜索7D的信息,意外的来到你的blog,你的文章在淘宝的店铺里也能看到哦(不晓得有没经过你同意,呵呵),那个比7D更好吃的芒果干有消息了吗?

  11. Re Kun:我也发现很多淘宝店在使用我翻译的这篇在介绍7D芒果干,他们没有经过我同意啊,呵呵。网上对于某项东西介绍稀缺时,就会出现这种现象了。网民总是认为网上资源是公开免费的嘛。7D现在还有假冒的实在是令我有点惊讶,看来销量还不错。不然不会出现山寨版,至于比7D更好吃的,见仁见智吧,前面那楼的找了下样品的包装,没找到,不记得品牌的名字了~

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