Mangoes & Pulp

Fresh Alphonso Mangoes & Pulp Exporter from India

Mango (Mangifera indica L.) belonging to Family Anacardiaceae is the most important commercially grown fruit crop of the country. It is called the king of fruits. India has the richest collection of mango cultivars.

Our country INDIA, is exclusively famous for its exotic MANGO hotspots, promising delightful flavours and aroma. Mango-lovers are always eager to explore and enjoy exquisite varieties of the king of fruit. So why wait? We bring to you world famous exotic mango hot-spots from all over the country, that will trigger your mango-love this season!

Moreover now a days we have been producing Mangoes off the season in our country, i.e. they are available through out the year.

Description of commercially grown varieties

There are near about 30+ varieties of mangoes which are grown commercially. Some of the most important varieties have been listed below in the table.

Shows the varietal characteristics of commercially grown mangoes:

Fresh ALPHONSO Mangoes & PULP

KING of FRUITS

Alphonso Mangoes

This variety is medium in size, ovate oblique in shape and orange yellow in colour. The pulp is yellow to orange in colour. It is soft, firm and fibreless. It is a mid-season variety.

It has a natural distinct aroma, flesh is saffron-colored and without a hint of fiber.

The Alphonso gained distinctiveness and favorable characteristics like the pleasant fruity smell, no fibre, extremely aromatic and sweet taste, becoming popular among buyers. The distinctiveness comes from geographical conditions of Konkan, Maharashtra area as the same are not observed in other varieties grown elsewhere.


Fresh KESAR Mangoes & PULP

Kesar Mangoes

Fruits are medium sized, flesh is sweet and fibreless. Colour is apricot yellow with red blush, an early season variety.

Kesar mangoes owe their name to their saffron appearance and heavenly taste. This variety, highly renowned for their distinct sweet flavour.

It smells like kesar which is its most distinguishing feature.

Fresh LANGRA Mangoes & PULP

Langra Mangoes

Fruit is of medium size, ovate shape and lettuce green in colour.The lemon-yellow flesh is juicy and flavourful. It is scarcely fibrous, a mid season variety. These mangoes are known for their lemon-yellow skin tone and equally delicious taste.

This mango is Oval-shaped and it is green in colour even when it is ripe.

Fresh DASHEHRI (Dussehri) Mangoes & PULP

Dashehri Mangoes

Fruit size is medium, shape is oblong to oblong-oblique and fruit colour is yellow. The pulp is firm and fibreless and a mid season variety.

Dashehari mangoes are easily distinguishable from other varieties of mangoes in India by their green peels and wholesome taste.

Lovingly called ‘chusne wala aam’ by children, this one is best enjoyed by tearing off the tip and sucking out the sweet pulp and juice. You can soften the mango by pressing it lightly with your fingertips beforehand.

Arguably one of the oldest mango variety in the country, Dussehri traces its roots back to the Nawab of Lucknow’s gardens in the 18th century.

Fresh TOTAPURI Mangoes

Totapuri Mangoes

The electronic city of India, Bangalore, is famous for its Totapuri mangoes, also known as Bangalora or Sandersha mangoes. The city's medium-sized greenish yellow mangoes are a mango-lovers delight! Available from May to July, Totapuri is also one of the significant varieties of mangoes in our country with a distinct taste and aroma!

Mild in taste and greenish in colour, this variety of mango looks like a parrot's beak. The flesh of this variety is not sweet like other varieties but is great for for salads and pickles.

When ripe, it is greenish in colour and looks like a parrot's beak.

Fruit size is medium to large, shape is oblong with necked base and colour is golden yellow. Flesh is cadmium yellow and fibreless, a mid season variety.


What we do for Quality Products

We ensure the following:

  • Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)
  • Adoption of improved cultivars.
  • Adoption of high density planting in cultivars
  • Regulating flowering and increasing intensity of flowering.
  • Pruning malformed mango shoots at bearing stage
  • Alternate bearing needs to be managed by reducing fruiting during a year by adoption of pruning and thinning practices
  • Providing life saving irrigation at the critical stage of fruit growth etc.
  • Providing life saving irrigation at the critical stage of fruit growth etc.
  • Integrated nutrient and water management.
  • Management of spongy tissue through sod mulching.
  • Integrated pest and disease management practices and timely control of pests and diseases, especially mango hopper, mango mealy bug and sprays of Bavistin at fruit development stage especially after rains.

Packaging & its details for Export

  • Each individual fruit of mango is enclosed in a clean, white, soft, expandable and netted type polystyrene sleeve to prevent bruising before packing in a box.
  • The mangoes are packed in insect-proof boxes. If ventilated boxes are used, all the ventilator openings of the box is covered with insect-proof screen and all the sides of box should be sealed with adhesive tape to prevent any entry of pests.
  • The materials used inside the package is new, clean, and of a quality such as to avoid causing any external or internal damage to the produce.
  • The use of materials, particularly of paper or stamps bearing trade specifications is allowed, provided the printing or labeling has been done with non-toxic ink or glue.
  • Mangoes shall be packed in each container in compliance with the Recommended International Code of Practice for Packaging and Transport of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (CAC/RCP 44-1995, Amd. 1-2004).
  • Corrugated Fibre Board Boxes are used for packaging the mangoes.
  • It's heavy duty top 3 ply box for best stacking stacking strength for export purpose.