Mango Courier Send Mangoes Online
Are you thinking of sending the delicious Alphonso mango online? Worry not. We deliver the best Alphonso mangoes in India. We got you covered. Are you looking for a reliable and efficient way to send your Hapus mangoes? Our Mango courier services ensure that your fruit arrives at its destination in the freshest and most delicious condition possible.
These mangoes produced and exported in Devgad and Ratnagiri's farms are 100% natural and grown without adding additional chemical preservatives.
There is an expert team of farmers trained to perform mango grafting. When you order mangoes from our website, you get a confirmation email from our site, also the order details on your account.
How to pack mangoes for the courier
After the order is confirmed, the team of expert farmers chooses the best harvest from the farms. Once the harvesting season starts, the farmers on our farms start harvesting the mangoes strictly at 3:50 am at midnight, known as the Brahma Muhurta, and complete the harvest by dawn.
The best harvest of the farms is cleaned to get rid of any dirt or dust particles, then they are checked for any impurities or faults before packing them in mango boxes.
Mango box for the courier
The mango boxes are also known as 'the mango peti.' These boxes are made of wood and stuffed with leaves and soft hay to keep mangoes away from insects and any damage during transportation.
You might live anywhere in India and want to enjoy the deliciousness of Indian mangoes. We get it delivered to your doorstep.
We have our logistics in check, and when the mangoes are set to be delivered, we transport them to Mumbai by flight. Our logistic partner gets them carried to you in 2-3 days.
Alphonso Mango Courier
You can choose from our wide varieties of mangoes while sitting at your home anywhere on the globe and gift your family or loved ones with the box of happiness.
Enjoy the King from western India with government-approved Gi tag verification & QR code.
Our website helps you to choose online from the range of mangoes like:
GI tag verification of mangoes
Yes, you are right. The Alphonso mango grown on our farms is Gi tag verified. It stands for the Geographical indication of products for people who don't know the Gi tag.
It helps you know the specific geographical indication of mangoes and know mangoes' authenticity.
The Alphonso mangoes from Devgad, Palghar, Ratnagiri Thane, Alibaug, and Sindhudurg are given Geographical indication tags.
It's a sign used to show how natural the mangoes are. The Gi tag only approves the most high-grade mangoes to be exported to your doorstep.
You can trust us with your eyes closed while mangoes from us as we keep our customer service as our ace priority.
An origin story Alphonso mango
Our beloved Alphonso mango didn't originate from India. It was brought to us by the Portuguese in the late 1500s.
The Goa region had many Portuguese colonies at that time. The Portuguese had large-scale trading in India and many other countries.
It was a trading ship bringing a common variant of Brazilian mangoes to Goa's port. At that time, Goa's Duke was Afonso de Albuquerque. All the trades were made under his control.
The Portuguese thought of this as an excellent opportunity to attach the Brazilian mangoes' shoots to Indian ones.
At first, the trees were planted in their backyards in Goa. Still, after the trees bore fruits, the Portuguese farmers planted more saplings in many places out of sheer excitement. Thus the King of Mangoes, the Alphonso mango, came to being.
And the outcome was unexpected as the fruit showed excellent plasticity as it showed varieties in characteristics according to the soil they were planted in.
Alphonso mango's best variant is discovered in the coastal region of Konkan because of its low moisture climate and light soil.
Many other variants showed the signs of Alphonso, but some lacked color, smell, and shapes.
Now buy the most outstanding quality Alphonso mango with the Gi tag certification and the QR code. Gift yourself or your loved ones with the richness of mangoes.