Alphonso Mango Price Alphonso Rates
Tropical fruit price ranges as per the variety of mangoes that you buy. It depends on size and origin.
They have turned with a premium taste of sweetness for your taste buds this Season as prices of the most Export quality of the king of Indian fruits are almost cheaper than what it cost you to visit Konkan.
Due to increased demand and supply, this tropical fruit reach other parts of the country in large quantities, rates of different varieties of mangoes will also likely fall.
It also depends on the weather conditions in Ratnagiri and Devgad in Konkan and most of the climatic conditions; moreover, it depends on when you buy these mangoes. It is somewhere between production and supply requirements.
It depends on cold in winter, heat in summer, and if there is rainfall, the whole crop is wasted during flowering and fruit budding. These all conditions control the production and, in a way, rates.
The cost of hapus is a per dozen basis.
It ranges from 3 to 5 mangoes in a kg, depending on the size you choose. Generally, It is from Konkan is sold based on per dozen, which means there are 12 pieces per dozen. It is not sold on a per kg basis on an average per kg.
The cost of hapus depends on Season and month.
Mango during February end and March are a bit costlier. It ranges between Rs. 1000 to 2500 depending on the quality and size per dozen.
While in April, you can see there rates start slightly falling as there is a massive production of mangoes in Konkan, Maharashtra. While by May last week and June, the starting rates had dropped steeply.
While Karnataka aam and Valsad aam is a bit cheaper than the You could get cheaper mangoes, which are Duplicate or look-alike of hafoos like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu.
Among these, Devgad Hapus & Ratnagiri Hafoos is the most expensive variety.
While by the end of May, the rates will drop from 350 - 700 per dozen as per size and quality.
Price of Hapus in Ratnagiri and Devgad
The rate of this fruits in Devgad and Ratnagiri is slightly lower, but the cost adds to transportation.
Our mangoes travel through the air due to perishable issues.
As they are, once harvested, stay for nearly four to five days, and the ripening process starts within it needs to be consumed in the next eight to ten days.
So from harvesting, it takes nearly twelve to fifteen days to ripen. Rate increases due to transportation costs like road and air transport to reach your home.
As these are mangoes and cannot send through standard parcel services, the rate is too high because our logistics partners handle this aam with the utmost care and deliver on an ASAP basis, so the cost is a bit higher than Mumbai, Pune.
Transportation cost gets added on aam delivery to Bangalore, Delhi, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Hyderabad, Telangana, Assam, and much more.
Our website helps you to choose online from the range of mangoes like:
Hapus rates 2020 keeps changing as the market was not steady and cheap sellers used to sell their mangoes directly to society, hampered their branding and Hapus products.
They were selling at cheaper rates and delivering rejected goods to the customers as the upper layer was good, but the below layer was very bad.