The Fruit, Totapuri Mangoes (Magnifera Indica) are oblong with prominent beak in shape and about 6-8 inches long. The skin of the fruit is thick and green, yellow or a fanciful combination of these colors, but is inedible. There is a central large seed surrounded by the pulp, which ranges from pale to bright yellow. The mango has a rich aromatic flavor and is delicious in which sweetness and acidity are delicately blended. It is an excellent source of Vitamin A and C.
India grows the finest mangoes in the world. Although more than a thousand varieties exist, only around 20 varieties are grown on commercial scale out of which Totapuri is one of the outstanding specimen. Mangoes grow on spreading short-trunked trees that have thick dark green leaves. The fruits hang from the branches either singly or in bunch. The product mango pulp is obtained by the processing of sound, mature, ripened Totapuri mangoes possessing the characteristic flavor and color of mangoes.
Peak Harvesting Season May to July