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Aamrai organic alphonso mango from Ratnagiri

Malawi Premium Mangoes

Mangoes from Malawi, is yellow with a red blush and has a distinctive sweet aroma.

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Description

Mangoes from Malawi, a tropical landlocked country in East Africa, are almost identical in taste, aroma and flavour as our Ratnagiri mangoes. What’s more they are available in November and December and hence allow customers to enjoy the mangoes during winter season.  The mango grafts from a Ratnagiri nursery were planted in Malawi a decade ago and is now bearing fruit. Due to similar climatic conditions, topography and soil as the Konkan belt, the fruit is also similar.

The ripe malawi mango is yellow with a red blush and has a distinctive sweet aroma. The fruit is full of yellow-saffron creamy pulp with a low fibre content. The fruit size ranges between 250-300gms. The fruit weight is always measured at harvest. A 15-20% weight loss may occur due to moisture loss while ripening. The ripening process is 100% natural and without use of any chemicals. The mangoes have also undergone hot water treatment as per European standards to prevent fruit fly infestation.

Our Organic Hapus Are Certified!

Aamrai’s organic mangoes are internationally acclaimed and certified by NPOP (EU), NOP (USDA) and JAS (Japan). Our orchards have been certified since 2005. Get only the best that Ratnagiri has to offer only at Aamrai!

Organic Alphonso Mangoes Certified by GI

GI Certified

Aamrai Mangoes certified by USDA Organic

USDA (USA)

Aamrai Mangoes certified by India Organic

India Organic

Aamrai Mangoes certified by JAS
JAS (Japan)
Aamrai Mangoes certified by Control Union
Control Union Certified
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