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ZZMango 2024 Mango Season Report: Anil Sharma’s Journey Through India and Beyond

By Anil Sharma, ZZMango Reporter

Introduction

Greetings, mango enthusiasts! Our mango reporter, Anil Sharma, will be reporting live from the heart of mango country. As the sun-kissed days of summer arrive, so does the sweet promise of mangoes. ZZMango brings you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the 2024 mango season as he embarks on a flavorful adventure across India and even ventures into neighboring Pakistan. Buckle up, mango lovers, because we’ll explore the orchards, taste the juiciest fruit, and capture it all!

Mapping Anil’s Journey

Let’s start by tracing Anil’s mango pilgrimage on the map. His itinerary reads like a love letter to the mango gods:

1. Ratnagiri: Our journey begins in the coastal town of Ratnagiri, nestled along the Arabian Sea. Mango trees sway in the salty breeze, their branches heavy with Alphonso mangoes—the “King of Mangoes.” Anil captures the golden fruit against a backdrop of azure waters. The videos and photos he brings back will make your taste buds tingle.

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2. Devgad: The next stop is Devgad, where the Hapus mango reigns supreme. Anil dives into the orchards, interviewing farmers who treat their mango trees like family. The sunsets here are as sweet as the fruit itself, and Anil ensures we don’t miss a single moment.

3. Kadapa and Chittoor: South India beckons with its unique mango varieties. Anil explores the mango belt of Kadapa and Chittoor, where Banganapalli and Totapuri mangoes thrive. He chats with local growers, learning their age-old secrets for cultivating the perfect mango. Expect vibrant videos and close-ups of these lesser-known gems.

4. Rajamundry: Crossing over to the east coast, Anil visits Rajamundry. This region boasts the Raspuri mango, known for its tangy-sweet flavor. Anil’s lens captures the bustling markets, where traders haggle over crates of mangoes. His videos reveal the heart of mango commerce.

5. Lucknow and Nakhlistan: North India welcomes Anil with open arms. In Lucknow, he savors the Dussehri mango—a fragrant delight. Nakhlistan, just across the border in Pakistan, shares its Chaunsa mangoes. Anil’s bilingual videos bridge cultures, celebrating the shared love for mangoes.

6. Gujarat (Tentative): The mango trail leads westward toward Gujarat. While the itinerary remains tentative, Anil’s excitement is palpable. Will he uncover a hidden gem? Stay tuned!

7. Multan, Pakistan: Our final destination is Multan, Pakistan. Here, Anil immerses himself in the Sindhri mango orchards. The videos transport you to sun-drenched fields where pickers harvest mangoes with care. Anil’s English translations ensure that language doesn’t hinder our mango appreciation.

As Anil uploads his videos and photos, you’ll be the first to witness the mango magic. Follow ZZMango’s social media channels, and join the countdown. The wait is part of the thrill—the anticipation of tasting mangoes vicariously through Anil’s lens.

So, fellow mango enthusiasts, fasten your seatbelts. Anil Sharma’s mango odyssey promises to be juicy, enlightening, and utterly delectable. Let’s celebrate the 2024 mango season together!

Stay tuned for Anil’s first dispatch from Ratnagiri, which is coming soon!

Note: ZZMango is committed to promoting sustainable mango farming practices and supporting local communities.

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Organic Alphonso Mango – The King of Taste, Flavour, and Aroma

zzmango’s organic Alphonso Mangoes provide an authentic mango flavour. These mangoes are cultivated in an environmentally friendly setting. Ensuring a fresh, juicy, and sweet flavour every time!

Consumers are flooded with alternatives for what to eat, yet only one fruit offers everything. Organic Alphonso mangoes are the world’s most exquisite fruit.

Why Does Alphonso MangoTaste Better in The Sunlight?

Alphonso mangoes are famous in India and the Middle East. Its popularity stems from its distinct flavour, unlike any other fruit on Earth. It’s known as the “taste of sunshine” because of its bright and sweet flavour, which piques your interest from the first bite.

The Sun’s rays are at their peak when the blue sky is far more potent than artificial light. Mango tastes different depending on how ripe it is. Mangoes taste more robust when they are not exposed to natural light. The chemical properties of these two substances enhance when heated. They can be found in higher levels in mangoes, enhancing their sweetness and freshness when exposed to sunlight.

Alphonso Mangoes are named after “sunrise” because they ripen in the morning. They are well-known for their sweet, juicy, distinct flavour and exquisite colour. Alphonso mangoes are the best choice if you want delicious, farm-fresh mangoes. Our Alphonso Mangoes are naturally ripened and carbide-free. They were grown organically without the use of any chemicals or pesticides.

Alphonso mangoes are among the most popular fruits in India. They are well-known for their distinctive fruity flavour and pleasant scent. Our consumers like Alphonso mangoes because fresh Alphonso mangoes are difficult to find in the market.

Alphonso mangoes are the perfect tropical fruit. They’re packed with antioxidants and have a naturally sweet flavour. These mangoes can be enjoyed raw or cooked in smoothies, salads, pickles, marmalades and curries. If you’re seeking the best mango, zzmango’s Alphonso mango is worth the money!

The Irresistible Taste of Organic Alphonso Mangoes

Our mangoes are famous on the market for their freshness and high quality. It is a direct-from-farm product, so you know you’re getting a high-quality mango cultivated naturally with no chemical fertilisers or pesticides. For excellent, succulent, and juicy sweet mangoes, please visit our website and place an order.

Organic Alphonso mangoes are cultivated in India and are known for their sweet and succulent flavour. Alphonso mangos have a buttery texture and a delightful flavour. They can be consumed on the fly or as part of a breakfast or supper. Alphonso mangoes are among the most costly and valued fruits in the world. They are gathered at the peak of their ripeness and exported to foreign nations.

How to Order Organic Alphonso Mangoes Online

Mangoes are a summer staple and one of the most popular tropical fruits. They are native to India and were initially cultivated around 4,000 years ago. If you want to order your favourite Alphonso mangoes online, visit zzmango.com. Alphonso mangoes have a relatively limited season and are only accessible from April to June each year, with the peak period in May. This is also the moment when we provide the best deal.

A delightful mix of sweet and tangy tastes

Alphonso mangoes are among the most popular types in India. They are juicy and have a unique sweet and tart flavour that distinguishes them from other mangoes. Alphonso mangoes are more digestible than other varieties, making them perfect for individuals with stomach problems. Alphonso mangoes are sweet with a sour flavour. They are grown exclusively in India and cannot be found anywhere. The fruit is recognised for its peculiar flavour, which varies from salty to tart. It is also among the most costly fruits on the market.

Conclusion

The Alphonso mango is a must-have for any fruit enthusiast who enjoys trying new flavours. It’s high in iron and vitamin C, making it a nutritious complement to any diet. Alphonso mangoes are bright, zesty, and aromatic. As mango season ends, the taste of summer lingers in our memory. The Alphonso mango fruit has a distinct sweet flavour with notes of honey and vanilla. Please visit our website for more information,

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2023 Mango Season Update- Jan 1, 2023

Mango Season Update

INDIAN MANGO SEASON

USDA inspectors expected to arrive in India in April, season expected to commence mid April.

Alphonso Mango: Flowering in Ratnagiri is good and on schedule.

Mancurad and Payri Mango (from Goa): 2-3 full shipments expected in 2023.

Andhra mangoes: Banganpalli expected to be ready mid May. Additional orchards added for rasalu this season. Himayat, Mallika, Totapuri, Malgova season is on schedule. Neelam seems to be on track to be ready second week of June.

Kesar mango: Additional processing centers expected to be ready in Ahmedabad and Saurashtra. This will improve the logistics for Kesar.

Langra, Dussehri: Expected to be ready mid June.

PAKISTANI MANGO SEASON 

Sindhri: Sindhri starts first week of June and is on schedule. We expect better weather and fruit this year.

Ratol: Anwar Ratol is expected to start mid June, Late season ratol start mid July.

Multani Chaunsa: The Emperor of Mangoes, Multani Chaunsa is expected to start end of June  and finish end of July. We are hoping for lesser rains and hopefully no floods to contend this year.

White Chauusa, Rattewala: White Chausa and Azeem Chausa (Rattewala) are expected in August.

 

Fresh Indian & Pakistani Mangoes!!

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2022 Mango Season Update- May 30,2022

Mango Season Update

INDIAN MANGO SEASON

USDA inspectors are conducting Inspection on-site in India in 2022 and approving the fruit for export to USA. An understanding has been reached between India and USA to sign a protocol for Treatment-on-Arrival for Indian mangoes (an pomegranates) this season. Once we got the approvals, the whole logistics and supply chain had to be revived as there had been no import of mango from India for the past 2 years. 

Alphonso Mango: Season started about 2 weeks later than expected in Ratnagiri- we got our first shipment last week of April and the Ratnagiri season is likely to end the first week of May. Devgad alphonso season is early this year and alphonso from the Pune belt is on schedule first week of June. Fruit is affected by the high heat and extreme weath, we see some sponginess in the fruit (at least about 5%).

Mancurad Mango (from Goa): Mancurad matured very early this year and had a short season. In addition, high heat and rain resulted in farmers harvesting it quickly. We had planned for later shipments so had to stop taking orders early.

Payri: Finished early in the Goa belt, but still developing normally in other regions. We had to skip Goa and get it from the other areas.

Andhra mangoes: Expected to be ready first week of May, but fruit matured end of May. Heavy rains have resulted in lesser yield. Season expected to end 3rd week of June for Banganpalli. Chinna rasalu season was a washout. Peda rasalu and Himayat season is good. Mallika, Totapuri, Malgova are about a week late. Neelam seems to be on track to be ready second week of June.

Kesar mango: Good Kesar got ready last week of May. Gir kesar matured first week of June. Fruit quality now is good. Expected to end last week of June.

Langra, Dussehri: Expected to be ready from different regions in June. Malihabadi dussehri and Banarasi Langra will be ready after mid June, but it is still not clear if Treatment on arrival will be in place to airlift the fruit from Lucknow to USA. We are urging Uttar Pradesh Government to take this up with APEDA so that protocol for Treatment on arrival so that we can bring the fruit here.

PAKISTANI MANGO SEASON 

Sindhri: Sindhri starts first week of June and is on schedule. 

Ratol: Anwar Ratol is expected to start mid June, Late season ratol start mid July.

Multani Chaunsa: The Emperor of Mangoes, Multani Chaunsa is expected to start end of June with Ratol, Langra, Dussehri getting ready in July. Chausa SB (Samar Bahisht) is expected to last till first week of August.

White Chauusa, Rattewala: White Chausa and Azeem Chausa (Rattewala) are expected in August.

 

Fresh Indian & Pakistani Mangoes!!

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2022 Mango Season Update- May 5, 2022

Season Passes (Select varieties) on Sale !!

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  • Indian Mango Season Pass
  • Pakistani Mango Season Pass
  • Alphonso Mango Season Pass
  • Langra Chausa Dussehri Mango Season Pass
  • Banganpali Season Pass
  • … and more … 

Fresh Indian & Pakistani Mangoes!!

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Chaunsa Mango

2022 Mango Season Update- May 5, 2022

  • Alphonso Mangoes: We had a delayed start for Ratnagiri Alphonso, but is is not coming in full maturity. Devgad Alphonso seems to be on schedule for maturity 3rd week of May. Season started late and is expected to end late as well.
  • Mancurad and Payri: Are expected to be available on schedule around May 23.
  • Banganpalli and Andhra Mangoes: Season expected to start after May 15- fruit has grown well in size but is taking time to get sweeter. Flowering was delayed this year. All Andhra mangoes will begin only after May 15. Season is also expected to end late, provided early monsoons do not set in.
  • Himayat and Rasalu: Expected to be available after May 23.
  • Mallika, Malgova, Neelam, Totapuri are expected to start the week of May 23.
  • Kesar: Gir kesar is expected to likely start first week of May.
  • Langra, Chausa, Dussehri: Dussehri expected to start 3rd week of June, Langra around end June and Chausa around beginning of July.
  • Pakistani mangoes: Sindhri is expected to start first week of June, but the season might start a week early. Multani Chausa expected end of June. Ratol, Langra and other varieties are on schedule at present.
  • Next Day Shipping Option available. Do not take chances with shipping due to higher transit temperatures.
  • Check website to get updates on shipments.
  • More than 15 Top Mango varieties planned for this season !!
  • Shipments for popular varieties fill out fast so order early to secure your box !!
  • Place your orders online. 
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2022 Mango Season is Open for Orders!!

Season Passes (Select varieties) on Sale !!

Full-Mango-Season-Pass
  • Indian Mango Season Pass
  • Pakistani Mango Season Pass
  • Alphonso Mango Season Pass
  • Langra Chausa Dussehri Mango Season Pass
  • Banganpali Season Pass
  • … and more … 

Fresh Indian & Pakistani Mangoes!!

2022 Mango Season Highlights

  • Indian mangoes will be coming to USA after 2 years.
  • Season Expected to start the week of April 18
  • Superior Packaging.
  •  Next Day Shipping Option available.
  • Check website to get updates on shipments.
  • More than 15 Top Mango varieties planned for this season !!
  • Shipments for popular varieties fill out fast so order early to secure your box !!
  • Place your orders online. 
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2021 Mango Season is Open for Orders!!

2021 Season Update (Updated 6/3/2021)

  •        Indian mango season is currently on HOLD due to COVID. Delayed orders are being worked for changes/rescheduling.

    ·  Pakistani Mango season runs normally from June 1 onwards. 

Season Passes (Select varieties) on Sale !!

Full-Mango-Season-Pass
  • Indian Mango Season Pass
  • Pakistani Mango Season Pass
  • Alphonso Mango Season Pass
  • Langra Chausa Dussehri Mango Season Pass
  • Banganpali Season Pass
  • … and more … 

Fresh Indian & Pakistani Mangoes!!

2021 Mango Season Highlights

  • Season Expected to start the week of April 18
  • Check website to get updates on shipments.
  • More than 15 Top Mango varieties planned for this season !!
  • Shipments for popular varieties fill out fast so order early to secure your box !!
  • Place your orders online.