Meet The King of Fruits
Mango is a delicious and aromatic tropical fruit. Alphonso Mangoes are oval in Shape and about 4 to 6 inches long. The skin of the ripe fruit is golden saffron (Kesari) in colour and very thin which is incredible. Alphonso mangoes are rich and tender exclusive with a delicate creamy pulp. The mango has a sweet taste which is sometimes pleasantly tart, It is an excellent source of Vitamin A & C and rich in Iron contain.
Pesticide Residule Certification
Our mangoes are grown in the most natural way, with least use of chemicals and no artificial ripening. We practice the age-old Indian method of natural farming that prescribes the use of natural fertilizers, organic manure on the basis of which we obtain the Pesticide Residule certification to maintain international standards.
Why consume “Alphonso Mango”?
Alphonso Mangoes is the only exquisite and expensive variety grown in India.
Alphonso Mangoes are the world’s most cherished mangoes and they are cultivated in Devgad, (Ratnagiri Dist.) Maharashtra State which is knows for its best Soil. therefore, they are called ‘King of Fruits’, and a unique reciprocal “Gift” in appreciation of relationship.
Each part of the mango is very useful and has lot of medicinal value. This include the leaves, barks and even the seeds.
Intake of raw mangoes protects from adverse effects of heat stroke.
Eating raw mango sprinkled with salt quenches thirst and prevents excessive loss of sodium chloride and iron due to excessive sweating during summer.
Green mangoes are valuable in blood disorders. It increases the elasticity of the blood vessels and assists in formation of new blood cells.
Ripe mangoes are good for the treatment of night blindness and many other diseases related to eyes. It also prevents dryness of eyes, softening of the cornea itching and burning in the eyes.
Dried and powdered mango seed mixed with honey is a good remedy for diarrhea.
They are rich Vitamins ‘A’ and ‘C’, minerals and anti-oxidants, containing an enzyme to sooth properties of digestive system. It is also a good source of potassium & only traces of sodium suitable for hypertensive.
Mango as King of Cuisine!
Sweet, juicy and delicious fruit like mango can also be a healthy SUPERFOOD. Mangoes make an exotic addition to fruit salads and can be pureed to make sorbets and ice creams, milk shakes, juices, jam jellies, pickles and mango papad. Small ripe mangoes can be made into mouth-watering curries with coconut and buttermilk.
The soil used has good internal drainage and also has low tolerance for soil, boron & pesticides.
Mango as a Gift
This exquisite & expensive variety of mango are sourced from farms located in Devgadh (Ratnagiri) a virgin land in the heart of South India.
“The Flowering of The Mango Tree“
Mangoes belong to the genus Mangifera consisting of numerous Species of tropical fruitking trees in the flowering plant family Anacardiaceae. The flowers are produced in terminal panincles 10-40 cm long ; each flower is small & white with five petals 5-10mm long, with a mild sweet odor suggestive of lily of the valley.
The mango trees start blooming in January and mangoes are available towards the end of March onward.
The yield of each tree depend upon its life i.e. 5 year old tree will have the average capacity to yield 400 to 500 mangoes each, hence when blooming ocures we cutout the excessive flowering making sure of the trees capacity so that each fruits gets the right nutrition in right quantam resulting in a better quality fruit & not just quantity. After the flower finish the fruit takes 3 to 6 months to ripen. The mango must have warm dry weather to set fruit.