Mango Storage

A Guide to Storing Mangoes

A Guide to Storing Mangoes

Lately, buying mangoes has become a piece of cake. Thanks to the dozens of websites selling high-quality mangoes online. However, many find it difficult to store the mangoes that they've bought. The following steps will help you figure out ways to keep your mangoes fresh.

  • The ideal temperature for ripening a mango is between 70 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. It requires 80-90% humidity.
  • Do not spray your mangoes with water or clean them while they are ripening. Spraying or clean them stops the ripening process.


Pro tip: Ripened mangoes are warm to the touch since heat is released during the ripening process. So, if your mango is cold to touch, you better let it sit for some days.

One mango, various types!

Many people freeze mangoes, hoping to lengthen their shelf life. However, different types of mangoes respond differently to the process of freezing. Let's get to the crux of it.

  1. Alphonso: Alphonso mangoes hold well around temperature between 50-55 degrees Fahrenheit. You can freeze them to increase their shelf life.
  2. Kesar: It is wise to freeze Kesar mangoes if you want to cook them because they contain a high sugar level.
  3. Beganpalli: Beganpalli works well with the freezing process. However, subtle differences exist between the types of Beganpalli: one with water in the skin and one without water in the skin.
  4. Chausa: These work well with the refrigeration process. Chausa can be frozen up to 3 weeks.

Taking care of Alphonso Mangoes

Alphonso Mango is known as the king of fruit. It is considered one of the most primarily eaten fruits worldwide. It is the fruit of the land of India, Pakistan, and the Philippines.

Ripe Alphonso mangoes should be removed from the refrigerator for use only. Sometimes, your mangoes may develop small black specks or spots on your mangoes. These little black spots indicate high sugar content and the eye disease contracted by the mangoes. Deterioration occurs within the tissues, and there is a clear discharge.

Use the same judgment that you use to judge any other production item when dealing with this mango. Indian mangoes are delicious, and the fruits turn black within 24 hours. Store your Hapus in a warm, dark, dry place with adequate humidity and temperature. Some people put it in a brown bag with bananas. Bananas emit gases during ripening, which accelerates the process of mango ripening.

Frequent dehydration can lead to uneven mango ripening. The dunes block the free flow of nutrients in the hole, so they must ripen adequately. If not mature within seven days, your mangoes are more likely to contract an infection.