Photo courtesy: Dean Moriarty/Pixabay
Photo courtesy: Dean Moriarty/Pixabay

Pooja Patel

It is a known fact that the best quality mangoes grown in India are exported to other countries. And most times, we are left with the second or the third best. Moreover, in the lockdown/curfew, sourcing the best mangoes in one’s neighbourhood has gotten challenging.
We list some of the best places where you can order top quality mangoes from. And these will be delivered right to your doorstep.
Devgad Farmers Co-op Society
Representational image. Photo Courtesy: Priyanka Damwani/Unsplash
Representational image. Photo Courtesy: Priyanka Damwani/Unsplash
You can now order mangoes from the co-operative society of Alphonso mango farmers in Maharashtra’s Devgad district. Around 700 Alphonso-growers joined hands to sell the produce on this website. The mangoes available here are grown organically and sent directly to the customers from the farms at Devgad district.
Delivery: Pan India
You can order here
Price: ₹ 2,999/dozen
The Living Food Co.
Bengaluru-based The Living Food Co., is an online marketplace that sources mangoes directly from a single farm in Pawas village in Ratnagiri district (Maharashtra). The Ratnagiri Alphonso mangoes are cultivated organically and ripped naturally by the local farmers. The trees on the farms from which the produce is being harvested are around 15 years old. The red soil of the farm, use of natural manure, and the hot and humid breeze from the nearby Arabian sea ensure good quality fruit.
Delivery: Pan India
You can order here
Price: ₹1,999 per dozen
Salemmango
Himayat (Imam-Pasand). Photo Courtesy: httpswww.salemmango.com
Himayat (Imam-Pasand). Photo Courtesy: salemmango.com
Based in Tamil Nadu, the company provides handpicked carbide-free mangoes, which are sourced from various farms across southern India. Apart from the popular Alphonso, there’s also Banganapalli, Kilimooku Vadu, Himayat (Imam Prasad), Malgova, Senthoora and Totapuri.
Delivery: Pan India
You can order here
Price: Starts from ₹ 200/kg depending on the type of mango
Mangobazaar
Lalbagh. Photo Courtesy: mangobazaar.in
Lalbagh. Photo Courtesy: mangobazaar.in
Mangobazaar sells Pairi, Gir Kesar, Lalbagh, Alphonso, Dasheri and Neelam, which are organically grown. They grow the mangoes on their farms in the Konkan region and use natural ways to ripen them and sell them directly to the customers.
Delivery: Pan India
You can order here
Price: Starts from ₹ 800/dozen depending on the type of mango
Aamrai
Representational image. Photo courtesy: HOTCHICKSING/Unsplash
Representational image. Photo courtesy: HOTCHICKSING/Unsplash
Aamrai grows organic mangoes in their orchards that are located in Ratnagiri and Devgad districts (Maharashtra). Aamrai’s Alphonsos are ripened naturally in layers of penda (rice hay), the traditional way. Aamrai’s organic mangoes are certified by NPOP (EU), NOP (USDA) and JAS (Japan). They also sell other varieties like Payree and Kesar mangoes.
Delivery: Pan India
You can order here
Price: Starts at ₹ 1,100/dozen depending on the type of mango
Foodhall
You can buy the sweet, fibrous Alphonso mangoes from gourmet specialist Foodhall. Organically grown, the mangoes are sourced from farms in Ratnagiri (Maharashtra). To prove that the company takes sustainable farming seriously, Foodhall sources mangoes only from farmers who have Global G.A.P. Certification. Global G.A.P. is a trademark that is given to a farmer who follows a set of prescribed, good agricultural practices (G.A.P.). This international body’s aim is to promote safe and sustainable agriculture worldwide.
Delivery: Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru
You can order from Swiggy Gourmet
Price: ₹ 1800/dozen
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