Known as the 'King of Fruits' in India, the mango is a tropical fleshy fruit which comes from the 'mangifera' family and a native to the Indian subcontinent and is the source from where it spread to the rest of the world.

This golden fleshed fruit has a nice balance of sweetness, acidity and flavour, a soft pulpy texture matched with a warm fragrance. Mangoes are popular for their concentration of antioxidant vitamins A and C, along with a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. A single mango can provide up to 40% of an individual's daily dietary fibre needs.
   
       
    The texture of the fruit depends on the cultivating technique used. The popular export varieties include

Alphonso (Happus) – These mangoes are oblique shaped with a bright sun yellow colour, and are the most popular variety around the world.

Kesar – With a medium oblong shape matched by a red blush on the shoulders, this variety is ideal for pulping and juice concentrates.

Dashehari – This variety is a medium sized elongated yellow coloured fruit with a fibreless flesh.

Chausa – This variety is a medium oblong fruit in a golden yellow shade that comes with a red blush on the shoulders.
   
       
    March to June.The Alphonso (Happus) variety grows between March and May; whereas the Kesar varierty is grown between April and June.
   
       
   
Type Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    Alphonso (Happus)                  
    Kesar                  
    Dashehari                  
    Chausa          
   
   
In India, mangoes occupy 22% of the total fruit production covering an area of 1.23 million hectares to produce 10.99 million tonnes of the fruit. Though Uttar Pradesh has the largest area of 0.27 million hectares under mango, Andhra Pradesh has the highest productivity of 12 tonnes per hectare. Other states in India that produce mangoes include Bihar and Karnataka.
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