Why Devgad Mango?

The Alphonso mango is a foreign fruit that came to India through Goa along with Alfonso De Albuquerque, the Portuguese explorer and military strategist who led many Portuguese invasions in the 1600s. From Goa, the Alphonso mango travelled to different places like Ratnagiri, other Konkan region and southern side of India as well.

  • Carbide and Chemical Free Carbide & Chemical Free
  • Hails from Devgad Hails from The Heart of Devgad
  • Low Moisture Content & Fiber Low Moisture Content & Fiber
  • Easy to Peel Mango It Peels Like A Banana
  • Mangoes with Impeccable Aroma The Impeccable Aroma
  • Strictly Ethical Strictly Ethical

How to Identify Original Devgad Alphonso Mango?

VS
Chemically Ripened Mango

Chemically Ripened Mango

  • These mangoes show uniformly yellow colour.1
  • Look & feel hard. They aren’t ripened, its a biochemical reaction.2
  • Hard on your nose when you smell it. Non aromatic smell.3
  • Wrinkled, yet green, means they were harvested immature.4
Original Alphonso Mango

Original Alphonso Mango

  • This Mangoes show gradients in yellows & green color.1
  • Look and feel soft if they are naturally ripened in grass hay.2
  • The sweet, strong fragrance of Alphonso noticable from distance.3
  • Should not show wrinkles. If they are over ripe, they show wrinkles.4

How to Identify Original Devgad Alphonso Mango?

VS Chemically Ripened Mango Original Alphonso Mango

Chemically Ripened Mango

Original Alphonso Mango

  • These mangoes show uniformly yellow colour.1
  • Look & feel hard. They aren’t ripened, its a biochemical reaction.2
  • Hard on your nose when you smell it. Non aromatic smell.3
  • Wrinkled, yet green, means they were harvested immature.4
  • This Mangoes show gradients in yellows & green color.
  • Look and feel soft if they are naturally ripened in grass hay.
  • The sweet, strong fragrance of Alphonso noticable from distance.
  • Should not show wrinkles. If they are over ripe, they show wrinkles.

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Strictly Ethical

About Devgad Taluka & Our Organization

Alphonso Mango Benefits

Devgad, the heartland of Alphonso mango, is now home to one of the most advanced and largest mango processing factory in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Devgad Taluka Amba Utpadak Sahakari Sanstha Ltd has started one of the biggest fruit/food processing plant in the Konkan region.

Mango Bonds

Mango Bonds! 10% Interest Rate In The Form Of Mango

Mango Bonds is a bond scheme from Devgad Taluka Amba Utpadak Sahakari Sanstha Maryadit, in which you pay for the mangoes in advance and in return we offer you rate protection or discount over the market rate. We had launched the first version of Mango Bonds in 2011.