DevgadMango Updates

Date: January 29, 2020Category: DevgadMango Updates

The Alphonso is the most loved mango, and mainly it is produced in the Southern region of Maharashtra Konkan. Recently, the Alphonso mango won its geographical indication (GI) tag.
Read More... Alphonso Mango GI Tag

Date: January 14, 2020Category: DevgadMango Updates

Mango is India’s favourite fruit, and within the entire range of mangoes, Alphonso Mango is India’s favourite mango. Many Indians, young and old, love the Alphonso Mango for its amazing aroma and its superb taste.
Read More... Real Alphonso Mango

Date: December 18, 2016Category: DevgadMango Updates

Beware! Karnataka Hapus being sold as Devgad Buy the best Devgad Alphonso Mango at Sakal Times | Sunday, 15 May 2016 AT 11:24 PM IST Pune: Mango sellers from Ratnagiri and Devgad in Sindhudurg who have set up stalls

Date: April 23, 2013Category: DevgadMango Updates

Every year in the mango season, it is common to see a debate on chemical ripening, calcium carbide, FDA raids, and some traders saying it is not possible to ripen mangoes otherwise. Devgad Taluka Amba Utpadak Sahakari Sanstha Ltd is

Date: July 7, 2012Category: DevgadMango Updates

  If you are not registered yet, please click to register for Season 2019. You know it takes nine months for a human being to be born. Did you know it takes the same number of years for your

Date: April 10, 2012Category: DevgadMango Updates

We are pleased to inform that we have started accepting orders for Mumbai and Pune. As you are aware from our earlier posts that the production of Alphonso Mango has been affected and so we will be extremely short of

Date: April 4, 2012Category: DevgadMango Updates

It has been a very devastating time this season. In December 2011, we were looking forward to a decent crop this Alphonso Season 2012. Then all of sudden Cyclone Thane swept across Southern Indian. It was the strongest tropical cyclone

Date: March 25, 2012Category: DevgadMango Updates

We have a heavy heart as we write this season update. We had expected the season to start by 15 March or latest by 25 March this year. However, prolonged winter and a pest attack again this year has pushed
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