Mango Online Shopping
Today, the world is witnessing a pandemic. We're all locked in our homes, leaving it only to get essential products.
Online platforms have now replaced our schools, shopping carts, yoga lessons, and even therapy.
You may wonder, how do I enjoy seasonal fruits in such trying times? Just like every other commodity, you can buy them online.
Summers are fast approaching. So, it's the official mango season.
Mangoes are loved around the globe for their distinct aroma, delicious and juicy pulp, beautiful color, and creamy texture.
Although there are multiple variants of Indian mangoes, the one that's loved globally is the Alphonso.
India is the largest producer and exporter of mangoes globally. India is the sole global exporter of Alphonso or Hapus.
No region in India other than Konkan grows this tropical treat. Konkan's climate and soil add a distinct taste to the Hapus.
Hapus usually comes in a medium-size and weighs around 150-300 grams.
It's a versatile fruit which you can eat as it is or make delicacies out of it.
It is packed with natural sugar. Thus, makes an excellent alternative to processed sugar.
Devgad and Ratnagiri Hapus
Devgad and Ratnagiri used to be tiny ports. But today, they've become a haven for mango trade and export.
That's because these districts grow export quality Hapus mango. The Hapus grown here is different from the one grown in the rest of Konkan.
Devgad and Ratnagiri Hapus are much tastier and juicier. Devgad variant has thin skin. So, you get more of that thick, juicy pulp.
You can now buy premium quality Alphonso mangoes at the ease of a click at alphonsomangoes.in
We deliver freshest, naturally ripened mangoes. Our mangoes do NOT contain carbide, a chemical compound that's used to speed the ripening process.
Our mangoes are picked right from agro-farms and are delivered to your homes. To minimize the damage caused by traveling, we ship green mangoes.
These green mangoes then ripen at your place. You can make Aam Panna, chaat recipes like bhel, chutneys, salsa, dips, and pickles.
Once ripe, these mangoes would turn yellow, aromatic, and soft to touch. You can then devour them as it is or add them to your parfaits, cake batters, puddings, or milkshakes.
Click here to enjoy export quality mangoes before the season runs out!