Whether it is golden-yellow or acid-green, the mango in all its avatars moves people across generations to summer nostalgia.
The golden fruit is not only delicious, but it is also full of vitamins and beta carotenes. So, don’t stop gorging on them.
The summer season is finally here, and so are mangoes. You will now be able to identify the ripeness of mangoes without even tasting them.
Served over ice, this mango and lime cooler is a great drink to beat the summer heat.
Unseasonal rains and hailstorms had marred the mango season of 2015, which was the first such season after the European Union had lifted the ban on Indian Mangoes.
US market fetches an exporter four times the price, say officials.
Mangoes of all hues and varieties now have far more ‘brand value’ for foodies
It’s the season of mangoes and it’s the season of ice creams. The combination of two favourites of the season is just awesome.
‘The Taste of Summer’ festival which is being held at at three outlets of the Foodhall premium lifestyle food superstore brings to you delectable recipes craft out of the golden delicacy.
Karnataka (10 per cent)and Bihar (7.6 per cent) are among the top five states with high share in mangoes’ production.
“Almost 30 per cent flowering of mango has been destroyed because of the fury of nature,” Insram Ali.
‘The season is to officially start by March 10-15 and this rains might delay the process.’
The journey of a mango, from orchard to plate, is a story of what’s wrong with India’s most romanticised fruit.
Mangoes are one of the best things about summer. Here are five simple mango recipes to cool you off during the season.
However, the drop does not seem to have reached the retail buyer.