Indian Mango Exporter
One of the popular tropical fruits in India, Mango is often referred as the King of Fruits. Available in multiple variants, this nutrient-rich fruit is absolutely delicious. India happens to be one of the leading producers of Mango. On an average, it produces almost 50% of mango per year, globally. In India, the states where Mango is produced in abundance are West Bengal, Bihar, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Orissa, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. However, the fruit is produced in some other Indian states too. The majority of Mango variants cultivated in India get exported to nations like Singapore, the Netherlands, Malaysia, Japan, Germany, France, the UK and the USA. The Gulf countries also import Indian mango heavily.
PCS Exim is among the top-notch Mango exporting entities in India. We export Mango variants to various countries, while adhering to hygiene and standards.
Mango variants we export
The popularity of Alphonso mango transcends geographical boundaries. It is in high demand all over India and consumers in various countries crave for it. This variant is a seasonal fruit and it is available from April to June- on an average. Alphonso is loved for its rich and creamy flesh and it is also known by the name Hapus. The pulp is non-fibrous. A ripe Alphonso mango is characterized by golden-yellow skin with a dash of red. Its pulp is saffron- hued. It is ideal for canning.
Totapuri is one Indian mango variant that is usually cultivated in the southern states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. Identified by an oblong shape, these mangoes have golden yellow skin. The skin is thick. It is used a lot for making pickles and salad. A fully grown mango resembles the beak of a parrot-which led to its naming.
Harvested mostly in Gujarat, it is also known by the name ‘Gir Kesar’. It has bright orange pulp and the taste is sweet. Its cultivation begins in October every year and ripe mangoes reach the market by April. Its flesh resembles the color of saffron which led to its naming. .
This variant has an oval shape. The variant can be rather large, with a piece weighing up to 450 grams. The flesh is yellowish to orange. The sweetness is unmistakable and the flesh is devoid of fiber. The aroma is also enticing and it is used a lot for making aamras.
This variant is known for a nice aroma, unique taste and shape. The Neelum mangoes can be large sized and they are cultivated mostly in the Southern states of India. Its aroma can be somewhat overpowering. The fruit is rather firm and it is used extensively for making salads.
Langra is a variant of Mango that is harvested mostly in the northern states like UP. This mango variant is less sweet in taste compared to most variants. Besides, ripe Langra mangoes have mostly green outer skin which is rather exceptional. The harvest season is in July-after the monsoon. It is usually oval-shaped.
Its origin is in West Bengal. This mango variant has bright orange flesh and taste is sweet. The creamy flesh lacks fiber and the outer skin is greenish. This is a mid-sized variant and weight per piece can be up to 350 grams. It is available in market at early summer. This variant is also known by the name Khirsapati.
Dashehari is a popular mango variant harvested mostly in northern states of India. The taste is amazing and the variant also has an enticing scent. The variant is named after a UP village, Dasheri, located near Lucknow. The variant is used extensively in making desserts and juice.
Rajapuri is said to be the largest sized mango variant in India. The shape is somewhat like Kesar but it is more rounded. The skin has orange and reddish. Each fruit may weigh between 500 grams to 1 kg. The flesh is tender and smooth and the aroma is not too strong.
The origin of Chausa mango variant is said to be in Pakistan. It has a golden yellow color. The aromatic flavor is enticing and taste is sweet. The flesh is almost devoid of fiber. Named after a Bihar town, it is said to be popularized by Emperor Sher Shah Suri.
Fazli is a special mango variant grown mostly in Malda district of West Bengal. However, it is also cultivated in neighbouring Bihar. The late maturing variant with delicious taste is available in market when most others are no longer sold. Fazli mangoes can be very large with some fruits weighing more than a kg. The variant was given GI India tag in 2009.
Gulab Khas is a mango variant harvested mostly in states like Bihar in India. The fruit has an enticing appearance and the ripe fruit has a mix of deep red and yellow hue. The flesh is devoid of fiber and the floral aroma is hard to resist. This variant is available in market for a short duration and it has short shelf life too.