Mango Pulp

Alphonso Pulp

As the matured mangoes reach the Frut X factory, they are inspected and unloaded into ripening chambers to ripen naturally. After the post ripening process, the mangoes are sent into the belt for further sorting and processing. The mangoes are washed with chlorinated and fresh water to remove unwanted matter, and the tip of the mangoes are cut manually. The destoner machinery separates the mango peels, and a waste screw conveyor carries seeds and the waste out. The pulp is passed through centrifugal separators and decanters to remove speck particles.

The pulp is, in the end, passed through a sterilizer and packed in aseptic bags in MS drums. Based on the customer requests and requirements, we supply canned alphonso mango pulp. Canned Alphonso mango puree is packed in Clean - tin lined OTS cans fabricated to ensure quality. The cans can be externally lacquered sufficient to prevent rusting. The final product is stored in our temperature-controlled warehouses.  

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Totapuri Pulp

On reaching the manufacturing facility, the mangoes go through high-quality inspection and are loaded into ripening chambers. The matured mangoes are put into the conveyor belts for further processing. The seeds and peels of the mangoes are separated by destoner machinery and are carried out by a waste screw conveyor. During the manufacturing process, the pulp samples are collected to check the quality parameters. Frut X’s central lab facility is fully equipped with machinery to analyze the product to prevent microbial contamination. Our efficient team manages the complete process and ensures we deliver products similar to international quality standards. 

Kesar Pulp

Kesar, the queen of mangoes, has an exquisite taste and smooth pulp. 

 

Frut X variety of Kesar mangoes contains nutritional components like calcium, phosphorus, iron, potash-magnesium, protein, starch, and nutrients such as A and C. It is also said to be low in fat. 

Kedar Mango Pulp houses a particular flavor and is appealing. The mango has several other uses – ranging from finger-licking dessert flavors to medicinal value. 

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Mango Concentrates

Alphonso Concentrate 

Aseptic Alphonso mango puree is widely used in various food processing industries because of its numerous applications and health benefits. Fruit Cheese, Jams, Squash are a few byproducts made by using these mangoes.

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Totapuri Concentrate 

As totapuri mangoes reach our factory, they are inspected and loaded into a belt for further processing. The mangoes are washed with fresh and chlorinated water to remove foreign matter. The tip of the mangoes are cut manually, and a destoner machinery separates mango peels and stones. The products are passed through an evaporator which removes the water content from the pulp through a vacuum process. The mango puree concentrate passes through filters, magnetic traps, and metal detectors to remove foreign particles. The mango puree concentrate is analyzed and verified to meet the customer’s specifications. In the end, the concentrate passes through a sterilizer and is packed in aseptic bags in MS drums. The finished products are stored in cold storage warehouses.

Kesar Concentrate

The Kesar variety of mango is relished for its unique sweet taste and is cultivated mainly in the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. The Mango Juice concentrate is a pure juice concentrate, which is made from 100% pure mango fruit juice. Only the water is evaporated, which leaves behind pure juice. The juice is all-natural, with no added sugar, no preservative, or other additives.
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