Chok Anan

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Mangifera 'Chok Anan'
Unripe chok anan mangoes2.jpg
Chok Anan mangoes waiting to ripen on a table.
Cultivar'Chok Anan'

The 'Chok Anan' mango, sometimes spelled Chocanon, (Thai: โชคอนันต์, pronounced [t͡ɕʰôːk ʔā.nān]) is a sweet mango from Thailand, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.[1] It has an oval shape and tapered tips. The ripe fruit and flesh are light yellow and have a sweet taste. Chok Anan is also called a "honey mango".

Chok Anan is also known as the Miracle Mango, because it often fruits twice a year (fruiting in the summer, and then gives way to another crop in the winter time).



  1. ^ [1] "‘Chok Anan’ mangoes are mainly produced in the northern part of Thailand for the domestic fresh market and small scale processing. It is appreciated for its light to bright yellow color and its sweet taste.