Worldwide, hundreds of mango cultivars exist. In mango orchards, multiple cultivars are often grown together to improve cross-pollination. Two of the most important cultivars are the Chaunsa, which is particularly common in Pakistan, and the Tommy Atkins, which dominates the world export trade because it can be easily transported and has a good shelf-life, although it is reputed to not have the same flavor as some other cultivars.
The following are among the more widely grown, listed by the country in which they were selected or are most extensively cultivated:
Mangos of the Kensington Pride cultivar
Australia: Banana, Earlygold, Glenn, Haden, Irwin, Keitt, Kensington Pride, Kent, R2E2, Zill
Bangladesh: Ashini, Fazli, Himsagar, Khirshapat, Langra, Lokhon-bhog, Raj-bhog
Brazil: Coquinho, Haden, Manga Espada, Manga Rosa, Palmer, Tommy Atkins
Cameroon: Amliore du Cameroun
China: Baiyu, Guixiang, Huangpi, Huangyu, Macheco, Sannian, Yuexi