Organic Mangoes in Delhi
 Delivering in Delhi-NCR

Why you will love us!

Truly Organic

Independently Lab tested for 50+ pesticides. No pesticides or adulterants found.

Absurdly fresh

Freshly harvested mangoes. Naturally ripened.

100% transparent

We will share information on the farmer who grew your product.

Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango

Alphonso Mango from Ratnagiri

Starting@Rs 1400/dozen

  • Certified organic
  • Naturally ripened without any carbides
  •  Tested for 50+ pesticides
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Organic Safeda (Bainganpalli) Mango

Bainganpalli from Kerala

Starting at Rs 270/kg

  • Pesticide free
  • Naturally ripened without any carbides
  • Sourced from Palakad, Kerala
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organic-imam-pasand-mango

Imam Pasand Mango from Kerala

 Starting at Rs 420/kg

  • Pesticide free
  • Naturally ripened without any carbides
  • Sourced from Palakad, Kerala
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Questions?

Which variety of mangoes do you have?

We have Alphonso mangoes from Ratnagiri and Sindhuri Mangoes from Kerala

Where are these mangoes sourced from?

We believe in 100% transparency and so here are the full details.

Alphonso

Farmer Name – Vinay Ketkar
Farm Location – Ratnagiri, Maharashtra

Sindhuri mango

Farmer Name – Chenthamara
Farm Location – Chuliar Dam, Dist. Palakkad, Kerala

How can I fully trust that your products are genuinely organic?

We are committed to bringing you 100% pesticide residue free food to you. When you buy any of the above products from us:

  • We will share which farm your packet comes from.
  • We work with certified organic farmers. You will receive this certificate on your first order from us
  • In addition to this, we will share the latest lab report conducted independently by us from reputed laboratories for over 50 pesticides and adulterants.

 

How to ripen the mangoes?
 
As they are naturally grown, they need to be stored slightly differently.
 
Here are some handy tips for you :point_down:
 
– Leave semi-ripe mangoes *in the box* at room temperature for 1-2 days to ripen.
 
– Cut the mangoes only when they have ripened. They will not ripe once cut.
 
 
How to differentiate between ripe and semi-ripe mangoes?
1. Ripe mangoes have yellowish tinge on some parts. Semi-ripe mangoes are fully green. 
 
2. Ripe mangoes will be soft in touch. Semi-ripe ones will be firm on touching.
 
Note: Even the ripe mangoes will not be fully yellow as they are not ripened chemically.

Letter from the founders

Dear Patron, 

Are you blindly trusting your organic food seller?

As a consumer, you pay a premium to buy organic food and you still get nothing except a ‘claim’. Try asking about the farmer name, latest lab-test reports and the answer you will get will be: “Sorry, it’s a trade secret”.

This should not be acceptable.

You deserve authenticity. You deserve open and honest communication about the food you buy. And that’s the reason we exist.

We will transparently share about the farmer who grew your food, how it was processed and the test results that back our claims of giving pesticide-free and healthy food.

We look forward to your support in this journey.

Please hold us accountable, always!

With absolute integrity,

Divish & Shubham

 

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