Mango Green

Information @ a Glance
  • Mango (Mangifera Indica Linn) played an important role on the country’s economic development. It was found that the most popular types of preserved mangoes for consumers are sweet and sour pickle mangoes, by intermediate raw mango obtained from green mango fermentation in salted stock brine.
  • Mangoes grow in tropical regions with marked wet and dry seasons, the dry period being necessary for good flowering and fruiting. Biennial cropping is usual. Mangoes will grow on a wide variety of soils provided the climatic conditions are right. Usually propagated by seedlings. Many trees grow in the semi-wild state
  • The green mango is well-known for its medicinal properties both in unripe and ripe states. The unripe fruit is acidic, astringent and antiscorbutic. The skin of the unripe fruit is astringent and stimulant tonic.
  • The unripe mango protects men from the adverse effects of hot, scorching winds. A drink, prepared from the unripe mango by cooking it in hot ashes and mixing the pith with sugar and water, is an effective remedy for heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Eating raw mango with salt quenches thirst and prevents the excessive loss of sodium chloride and iron during summer due to excessive sweating.
  • Green mangoes are often cooked and eaten like vegetables or made into a delicious chutney or dried and ground into a powder called "amchoor" and used to impart a sour flavor to food.
  • The green mango is valuable in blood disorders because of its high vitamin C content. It increases the elasticity of the blood vessels and helps the formation of new blood cells. It aids the absorption of food,iron and prevents bleeding tendencies.
  • Every part of the mango is beneficial and has been utilized in folk remedies in some form or another. Whether the bark, leaves, skin or pit; all have been concocted into various types of treatments or preventatives down through the centuries. A partial list of the many medicinal properties and purported uses attributed to the mango tree are as follows: anti-viral, anti-parasitic, anti-septic, anti-tussive (cough), anti-asthmatic, expectorant, cardiotonic, contraceptive, aphrodisiac, hypotensive, laxative, stomachic (beneficial to digestion)
  • Mango is considered the undisputed and uncrowned king of all fruits. Mango is found all over India and many regions of the world. Mango's taste is sweet and little sour and is very nourishing. Mango is mentioned in ancient scripts for its great nutritive value. Raw Mango is sour and stringent ripe Mango is extremely tasty & nutritive
  • During the processing of mango, peel and stone are generated as waste . They are rich in various nutrients and many value added products could be obtained from them. Good quality jelly grade pectin (6.1%) and edible fibre (5.4%) could be extracted from ripe mango peel. Acceptable quality vinegar (5.2% acetic acid) and citric acid (20 g / kg peel) could be obtained from mango peel through microbial fermentation.
  • Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh are two leading mango growing states. AP is leading in quantity, producing on average about 10 lakh metric tonnes a year. While Maharashtra is the leading State in choice export variety Alphonso mangoes.
  • The Indian states with abundant growth of various varieties of mangoes are Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
General Information
  • Mango (Mangifera indica L) plant guide
  • Manga
  • Mango
  • Green Mango
  • Amchur
  • Curative Properties of Green Mangos
  • Thermal inactivation of mango (Mangifera indica L., variety Palmer) puree peroxidase

Company Profiles

  • Philippines Company
  • Company from Netherland
  • Company from Tamale
  • Company list for fruits
  • Indian Company
  • American Company
  • Mango product companies
  • Indian Company from Haryana
  • Cochin Company


  • Techno Demo on ASexually Propagated Mango Production
  • Alteration of post harvest diseases of mango Mangifera indica through production practices and climatic factors
  • Genetic diversity analysis of mango
    cultivars using inter simple sequence repeat markers
  • Mango Growing in Kenya
  • Organic Farming in the
    Tropics and Subtropics
  • Cultivation of Mango In Guyana and Post Harvest Handling
  • Effect of Pesticides on the Biotech Environment being caused by Application of some Insecticides and Fungicides on Mango Orchards of Malda Region
  • Pearl2 Project


  • Mangoes in India- Maturity, Harvesting, Packaging and Storage
  • Preliminary Studies on Recycling Spent Brine  in Green Mango  Fermentation
  • Effects of Sampee Mango (Mangifera indica L.) Ripening Stage and Flesh Ratio on Mango Wine Quality
  • Irradiation Processing of Mangoes
  • Mango Processing
  • Pickling
  • Sun dried raw Mango Slices(Khatai) and Powder Grading and Marking Rules
  • Development and testing of lab model mango slicer and cube cutter for pickle industries


  • Mango and Mango Leaves, Mangifera indica L.,Health Benefits and Interesting Facts
  • The Mango – A Tropical Treat
  • Mango
  • Green Mango Shake
  • Mango- king of all fruits

Patent and Technology

  • Process for drying Mango and Pineapples
  • Variety of Tropical Mango named Mitchell
  • The perfect recipe for condiment success
  • Technology Transfer and Commercialization
  • Post Harvest Technology
  • Developing Pickled Green Mango Products for Transferring Technology to SME
  • Mango processing technologies

Health and Safety Issues

  • Agency issues warning on erucic acid
  • Food Safety and Quality
  • Food Safety Management Special
  • Healthier Foods from Navadarshanam
  • Comprehensive Study of Food Regulation and Standards, Food Testing Infrastructure, Codex Resource System, HACCP/ISO/Organic Products Certification/ Accreditation system
  • Mango Prices for Northern Territory Fruit 2003 Season
  • Eskom kick-starting dried mango market
  • Food retailing in India: Trends and opportunities
  • Lowering down mango prices in wholesale market
  • Mango market
  • Mango Mania
  • Mango
  • Supply Chain of Mango Industry in India
  • Tender mango sector cries for conservation
  • Market Update (Fruits)
  • After US, Indian mangoes go to Japan
  • Mango farmers, traders pin hopes on fresh arrivals


  • Food Processing in Andhra Pradesh
    Opportunities and Challenges
  • Report of the Tenth Session of the codex Coordinating commission for Asia
  • A mango competition
  • Export zone for mangoes taking shape
  • Pickle time again
  • Mangoes may not taste sweet this year


  • Instant Pickle of Mango and Lime
  • Green Mango Chutney
  • Mango Chutney
  • Pickles
  • Paste & Pickles
  • Mango Pickle
  • Saathi's Mango Pickles
  • Green Label Mango Chutney - Sharwoods
  • Annapurna Food Product
  • Mango Pulp
  • Nutritional Facts


  • FSA warns on Asian pickles
  • Promotional support for Food Processing Industries
  • The Quality Organisation for HACCP
  • Applied Management in Business:
    Learning from Existing Businesses
  • Standard Operating Procedures-
    Packinghouse Facilities for Export of Indian Mangoes to USA
  • United States Standards for Grades of Pickles
  • Proposed Draft Standard for Pickles
  • Codex Standard for Mango Chutney


  • A comprehensive guide for prospective exporters in developing countries
  • Food Guidelines for Basic Constitutional Types
  • Guidelines for Export of Indian Mangoes to USA
  • Guidelines for Export of Mangoes to Japan
  • Activity Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables
  • Preservation Principles in Chutney

Retail Stores

  • Stores in Europe
  • Grocery Retailers in North America
  • Growth of Private Labels- Indian Scenarios
  • The retail industry
  • Retailing in India – Past, present and future
  • Food Processing Industry
  • British grocery retailers
  • Green Mango Retailer

Suppliers & Buyers

  • US Supplier
  • Supplier from Dubai
  • Indian Supplier
  • Gujarat Supplier
  • Wholesale Pickles & Murabba Suppliers
  • Manufacturers and Wholesalers Directory of Pickles
  • Mango Pickle Manufacturers & Suppliers
  • Importers of Pickles, Chutneys, Ketchups & Sauces
  • Local Buyers