Here Are the Juicy Details About Totapuri Mango Pulp

MANGO PULP

We love mangoes, be it for breakfast or dessert. This flavourful delight adds a burst of refreshing goodness to our mundane routine. There are several mango varieties available, and one of them includes Totapuri Mangoes. Greenish to golden yellow in colour and mild in taste, this variety has a beak-like pointed end. Hailing from Karnataka, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh, the pulp of this variety can be used in many recipes.

From culinary usage and storage to nutritional value and more, find out everything you need to know about Totapuri Mango Pulp.

1. Health Benefits

The delicious fruit can help your eyes, immune function, digestive system, and more! In addition, Totapuri Mango Pulp packs over several types of polyphenols and can protect against cancer. It also contains Vitamin A, a nutrient that’s essential for strengthening the immune system. This mango variety may also ease constipation and improve blood sugar regulation. The antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin found in Totapuri Mango Pulp can also support eye health. This is why Totapuri Mango Pulp can be part of a balanced diet and help you maintain good health.

2. Nutritional Value

Besides its health benefits, Totapuri Mango Pulp has a high nutritional value. It is low in calories yet high in nutrients, especially vitamin C. This water-soluble vitamin can boost your immune system, promote cell growth and repair, and absorb iron. It is also an excellent source of minerals like copper and folate, which provide essential nutrients during pregnancy and support fetal development.

3. Culinary Uses

What’s more, you can incorporate the fruit into several recipes. Whether topping your toast with slices or pieces or adding it to the Greek yoghurt, oats, smoothie, or salads, Totapuri Mango Pulp makes for a lovely addition. You can also add it to whole grains like rice or quinoa. So let your summer season be all about mango recipes. Experiment with a new one each, and your days are sorted.

4. Storage

Totapuri Mango Pulp, once extracted from mango, should be sealed in airtight containers or glass jars. On the other hand, ready-made cans of the pulp should be tightly closed after usage. The pulp can remain fresh for at least 4-5 days on being refrigerated. 

You can find the best-flavoured mangoes in the form of canned mango pulp from trusted Totapuri Mango Pulp Manufacturers. Shimla Hills is a leading supplier that exports its mango produce globally. They do not compromise on the quality of the fruit pulp and puree and maintain standards of excellence.

Mango’s sweet taste is finding a place in western markets

Indian mango pulp

Mangoes are about 50% of the total tropical fruits grown worldwide. Since 1990, the market for mango pulp grew exponentially which is expected to continue. India is the leader among major mango growers with widely recognized variety of mangoes (primarily Alphonso, Totapuri and Kesar) being used in the manufacturing of pulp.

India accounts for contributing approximately 67 percent of the total world export when it comes to processed mango product. That is almost half of the world production of mangoes. The bulk of this share goes to Middle East followed by Southeast Asia and North America.

Mango pulp is used as a major food ingredient in the making of mango juice, nectars, juice blends, dairy, bakery, baby food manufacturing, ice-creams etc. However, in recent years the popularity of mango has spread to the western markets with consumers showing interest in the taste. The US juice industry and fresh market has shown consistent interest in both fresh mango and its processed products. The US juice industry has been making more and more use of mango pulp in its orange juice blends.

The popularity for mango in the US market can be attributed to two reasons. Firstly, mango is new for the US consumers, who have begun to develop a taste for it. Secondly, the US orange juice industry has been blending mango pulp for it natural sweet content that balances the acidity in orange juice. The most widely consumed fruit juice in the US is orange. And because of this widespread popularity of orange juice, its annual demand crosses approximately 500,000 MT. If one goes by the estimates, then the demand for the mango pulp used in this blending process in the coming years will only going to increase.

 

India – With the biggest bite of global mango business

India – With the biggest bite of global mango business

When it comes to lucrative global fruit market, every nation proudly showcase the fruit which they can claim exclusive and uniquely theirs. Thus, Hawaii domineer pineapples, China, its lychees, Kenya, its Passion fruit. India touts for “Alphonso”-The Haffus.

Alphonso, the king of fruit, is one of the, most premium Varities of Mangoes grown in the Month of April and May at Konkan and Rattnagiri, regions of Maharashtra. This plump, juicy, sweet and sour fruit, beside its huge domestic demand is exported worldwide with huge demands from UAE, Europe and Asia.

India not only grows Alphonso but more than 1000 varieties of Mango, making India the largest producer and exporter of Mangoes. The other famous Varities known worldwide are Totapuri, Raspuri, Dusherri and Kesar. Indian Mangoes account for 40 percent of the world output, as per data from UN foods.

When it comes to export , Middle East is the main market for Indian mangoes, however India making efforts to increase its export share in the USA, Australia and Japan Markets, where the strict  compliances makes it difficult to enter the market, Indian exporters also face tough competition from Pakistan, which has cheaper than the Indian mangoes.

It’s not only Fresh mangoes, but the processed form of Mangoes is equally exported from India. Mango Pulp, prepared from selected, picked fresh mangoes which are transported to strategically located Mango processing plants. Selected high quality fruit is washed, peeled, blanched, deseeded and pulped. The ready pulp is hermetically sterilized and packed in the aseptic bags and tin cans.

Frozen pulp is also an upcoming industrial product pasteurized and deep-frozen in plate freezers. The process ensures that the natural flavor and aroma of the fruit is retained in the final product. IQF – Individual quick frozen Mango Slices, Dices and Chunks are also have increasingly demand due to their readiness and easy to use properties.

Mango Pulp/Concentrate is a perfect industrial suited product, used as ingredient for manufacturing juices, nectars, drinks, jams, fruit cheese, yoghurt, confectionery and various other kinds of beverages.

Beside Gujarat and Maharashtra states, Krishnagiri in Tamilnadu accounts for the maximum production of mangoes with nearly 36,000 hectares and processes 50000 tons of mango pulp every year

With the new season 2013 arriving, companies are energetically promoting the mango internationally through festivals and campaigns. This is definitely a promising season, as the crop is expected to be good. Says Mr Sumant Bindal, Director- Shimla Hills- one of the leading manufacturer and exports of Mango pulp from India.

India eyes huge export potential for its fresh new season, which has just started. There are expectations for a better mango season than those seen over the previous two or three years in India. An increase in the supply of mangoes is observed in the recent weeks compared with the same time last year. However, the availability of export-quality mango depends on weather condition which has been conducive this year as per the sources.

Yet the charm & nostalgia for the mango season is undeniable. It has been said that each person from the alphanso charmers has that secret desire to at least taste one Ratnagiri-Devgad Alphonso mango from India in the season otherwise what is life worth living for…