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Important Mango Shopping Tips

by SaleBhai Team - 03-May-2016 - #AamBaat
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Supermarkets and vendor stalls are now laden with hundreds of varieties of the seasonal fruit – mango. With so many colours, variants, aroma, and flavours, you might at times feel confused about which ones to take home. Each of them comes with their own delectable taste and distinctive fragrance. So when you visit fruit stores to pick the best mangoes, gather maximum information about the various mango types. How about a few pointers for getting home the most delicious tropical delights? Use these mango shopping tips to buy your favourite summer fruit.

 

  • Smell and imagine ‘mango’

 

Utilise your sense of smell to gauge the freshness of fruits . Each category of mango exudes a unique aroma, typical to its variety. This tropical fragrance may range from mild to very strong. A sweet and fruity smell near the base of the stem indicates that you have found your perfect choice. If it gives out an alcoholic and sour odour, then the fruit is overripe.

 

  • Judge through your sense of touch

 

Use your fingertips to gently squeeze and feel around the whole mango.  Ripe mangoes are faintly soft, but they should not be so squashy that your fingers go right through. However, if you plan to store mangoes for a week or so, you can choose those with slightly firmer skin.

 

  • Visual inspection

 

Mangoes should be a visual delight. Try to look for plump and fleshy ones, with minimal marks or spots. Never ever go for fruits with wrinkled and shrivelled skin.

 

Colours or shades of mangoes do not matter much. This fruit comes in a myriad of hues, ranging from red, golden yellow, green to saffron and orange. So the ideal thing to do is letting your senses and experience take over.

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