Imampasand Mangoes – The king of mangoes

Organic Imampasand Mangoes

Imampasand Mangoes – The king of mangoes

Imampasand mangoes are famous for their premium quality. They are known as king of mangoes because of their sweet and juicy flavor. Imampasand Mangoes from Natural Mangoes, ARNV farm are known to be the best in the market! So, if you’re looking for “the” perfect mango, you can order it online at

Why are Imampasand mangoes the best?

The secret behind our delicious mangoes is that we do not use any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Imampasand mangoes are grown in the fertile soil with organic manure, making them both flavorful and nutritious. We also completely avoid using any pesticides while growing and harvesting the fruit, which ensures that they remain organic. The Imampasand mangoes are the best because they have a sweet taste, some great health benefits, and their large size makes them perfect for many cooking applications.

What makes Imampasand mangoes so special

There is a reason why Imampasand mangoes are the King of Mangoes. The wholeness of the fruit along with its softness and tenderness, which is achieved by processing it only once, makes for one of the most exquisite and delicious fruits in the world.  Mango is the king of all fruits. It is a versatile fruit, with two varieties that are clearly distinct in taste and texture. These two varieties are found worldwide, but the Imampasand variety is unique in its properties. The most important thing that makes this fruit special is that it has a high fiber content which helps to lower our cholesterol levels and increase our good cholesterol (HDL) levels.

Health Benefits of ImamPasand Mangoes

Imampasand mangoes are a good source of nutrients and minerals like Vitamin A, B, C and E. They also contain the mineral Manganese and Polyphenols which are antioxidants which protect our cells from free radicals, and it also helps our body with digestion, heart health, skin conditioning and blood pressure regulation. Imampasand mangoes also have a high content in vitamin B12 which boosts immunity.

ImamPasand mangoes contains a powerful antioxidant called alpha-carotene and beta-carotene, which helps fight cancer and heart disease. The fruit also contains potassium and low quantities of sodium and cholesterol. As such, Imampasand is recommended to diabetics due to its low sugar content.

Imampasand mangoes from our farm are carbide free, preservative free, chemical free, direct from farm with excellent taste, and aroma and have a low glycemic index, meaning that they will not cause an unhealthy spike in blood sugar levels after consumption. Our mangoes are organic, providing you with the healthiest mango fruits on the market today.

Understanding the grading of mangoes

The grading of Imampasand mangoes is done by the firm and diverse characteristics. The fruit is graded at different stages which are A, B, C, and D. The grades are as follows: A-The perfect shape with a high sugar content; B-the shape is satisfactory but has a little less sugar content; C-this fruit will have more imperfections in it such as bumps on the skin or misshapen spots; D- this fruit often has green patches on the peel.

How to store mangoes?

Store in a cool dry place and away from sunlight. The Imampasand is a mango most people will never encounter, but it’s a mango worth knowing a thing or two about. This mango is found exclusively in south India and has a unique shape and taste. It grows on trees that are usually 20-30 feet tall, with the fruit reaching up to 9 inches in diameter.  Unlike other fruits, mangoes do not need to be refrigerated. They are best stored in a cool dark place away from the sun. If you want to keep your mangoes fresh, try storing them in a brown paper bag with an apple or banana wrapped in the bag as well.


This blog is a guide to mangoes and what makes them so good for you. ImamPasand Mango is unique in that it’s one of the few fruits that are naturally rich in vitamin C and beta-carotene. Also, mangoes are low glycemic which means they don’t raise blood sugar levels.

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