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2020 Mango Season

2019 was a good mango season for us. We got all the Top mango varieties. Barring a few shipments shipments, most of the feedback is positive. 

2020 season sells from Jan 1, 2020. Our top seller is the Ratnagiri/Devgad Alphonso mango. We are adding many enhancements to the supply end of the chain, such as temperature tracking. These will further ensure better handling and control. From the same belt, we plan to get Payri, Mancurad and Rajapuri mangoes. 

The Andhra mangoes have been in great demand lately, so we are completely overhauling our supply from this region. We are working to strengthen our presence in the Rajamundri region, the Hyderabad region and the Kadapa/Tirupati region. Planned varieties are Banganapalli, Himayat (Imam Pasand) and all variations of rasalu (Chinna rasalu, Pedda rasalu and Cheuku Rasam). In addition, we will get Totapuri, Malgova, Neelam and Mallika from the Tamilnadu/Madurai belt. Sindhuri will also be targeted from the adjoining Karnataka area.

From Gujarat, we plan to get Kesar. This year, we will be targeting Kesar mango from an organic orchard, which was often requested by customers in the past. From the Malihabad/Lucknow/Benaras, we will be getting the Dussehri, Langra and Chausa.

From Pakistan, we hope to get Sindhri from Mirpur Khas (in 2019, we could not get it from here due to seasonal variation and crop issues). We plan to get anwar ratol, chausa and langra from Multan. Late season ratol, rattewala and white chausa will also be coming from the Multan belt,

In 2020, we will get the Australian mangoes as well. We plan to take a trip to Australia to persuade the exporters to send us their fruit. In 2019, our exporter did not export any mango to the US. We plan to import, Kensington Pride (Bowen), Calypso, R2E2, Nam Doc Mai and Mahachanook varieties. The ordering for these varieties will be opened in mid June after we get confirmation from our exporter in Australia.

We encourage you to register on the website and place your orders early. These are sensitive varieties and have to travel a long distance and through a complex supply chain. Ordering early will maximize the chances that the fruit can be brought to you in the best possible shape.

Sweepstakes

Large box of Mangoes 

  • January 2020
  • February 2020

All purchases will be entered…each season pass shipment will be a separate entry!!

If Alphonso is the King of Mangoes, Alphonso that grows in Ratnagiri and Devgad is the King of Kings…

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A SEASON PASS

We offer season passes for mango lovers. You can select a specific variety or the full season. During a season there are variations in the fruit- a season pass ensures that you will get your fruit regularly all throughout the season. In this season of your life, you can focus on enjoying the great mango moments!!

MANGO Review

For many, mango is a journey back through memory lane. Friends, Family and Good Sweet Times!! That ought to be enough, but not for mango lovers!! It is not enough that I love my mango, I want you to know that my mango is the best!! No diplomacy, end of discussion- Period. This debate happens every year in my family with spirited animation and that makes the mango experience even more endearing. In how many ways can a single fruit appeal to us differently!!

Among the Top mango varieties, variation in taste is immense.  Here are some characteristics of the top varieties. You can read more about mango varieties here.

Alphonso

Top selling variety- King of Mangoes. Yellowish with tinge of Orange when ripe. Fiberless, sweet and flavorful with firm flesh when ready.

Banganpalli

Pride of Andhra. Large in size, yellowish with black spots when ripe. Light yellow firm flesh, with a heavenly sweet flavor when ready.

Chausa

Emperor of Mangoes. Large in size, yellow when ripe. Yellowish, firm-to-soft flesh when ready to eat. One of the sweetest mangoes when fully ripe.