Mango Mania

MANGO MANIA

If it’s summers, can mangoes be far behind? As the temperatures rise, the “King of Fruits” floods the markets. At The Organic World, we source our mangoes from our organic farm network.  Our mangoes are grown without the use of any chemical pesticides or fertilizers. Only sustainable, organic farming practices are used to cultivate them. Our mangoes are ripened naturally, without the use of any chemicals, using paddy straw. So when you choose a mango from The Organic World, you get 100% sweetness, taste and nutrition without any chemicals! Here’s a quick snapshot of the mangoes you will find on our shelves through the season:

Badami: Known as Karnataka Alphonso due to their sweet taste! It has a light yellow, thin skin. It’s flesh is largely fibreless and is deliciously sweet and succulent:
Sourced from organic certified farms in Haveri

Byganpally: Grown originally in the town of Banganpalli in Andhra (hence the name), this mango delights with its smooth skin and sweet aroma. It’s fibre-free skin is sweet and juicy. Did you know, this variant was the first mango to bag the GI tag?
Sourced from organic certified farms in Andhra

Raspuri: Originating in Mysore region of Karnataka, these sweet and juicy mangoes are perfect to make smoothies, shakes and jams with!
Sourced from organic certified farms in Chitradurga

Sindhoora: Known for its rich sweetness as well its distinctive skin colour – red and green mixed with gold. Used extensively to make jams, jellies and other confectionery.  Sourced from organic certified farms in Chitradurga

Totapuri: Characterized by its distinctive parrot-beak shape. It has a sharp, tangy taste which makes it ideal for use in pickles and salads.
Sourced from organic certified farms in Chitradurga

Alphonso: India and possibly the world’s favourite mango! Small in size, it has a bright yellow tinged with red skin color and delights with its sweet and creamy flesh.
Sourced from organic certified farms in Ratnagiri

Mallika: This variant is a hybrid of the Neelum and Dasheri mangoes. It is the perfect blend of sweet and tart making it ideal for juices.
Sourced from organic certified farms in Raichur

Malgova:  It has a round shape with a largely green skin with touches of yellow. One of the larger varieties, it delights with its rich sweetness underlined by a tinge of tart. 
Sourced from organic certified farms in Kolar

Imam Pasand: Delights with its rich sweetness and aroma. Its pulp is fibreless and soft and buttery.
Sourced from organic certified farms in Thrissur

Pedda Rasalu: Large in size, these juicy mangoes are used to make pickles when unripe. When ripe, relish its sweet and rich flavour! 
Sourced from organic certified farms in Andhra

 

The Organic World

Published on March 7, 2022

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The Organic World

Published on March 7, 2022

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