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General

  • Purée and (more rarely) mash are general terms for food, usually vegetables or legumes, that have been ground, pressed, and/or strained to the consistency of a soft paste or thick liquid.

  • Mangos for puree should be fully mature, even soft, but not overripe. Ease of handling is quite variety-dependant.

  • Mango pulp is used to produce juices, nectars, jams and multi-fruit beverages. It is also used as flavoring and ingredients for processed food products such as ice cream and bakery products.

Process

  • Production process involves washing, peeling, slicing, pulp extraction, brix and acidity adjustment, heating, cooling, packaging, and storing.

  • Preparation process:
    1. Heat water in pan and boil six to eight whole mangoes until soft.
    2. Drain off water and squeeze the pulp.
    3. Cook the pulp with 100 g refined sugar over medium heat until thick. Cook.
    4. Add 0.03% sodium metabisulfite and mix well.
    5. Store in sterilized jar.

Market and Report

  • World export market is expected to grow by 10% per year up to 2010.

  • India is the biggest exporter of mango pulp/puree, followed by Mexico and Colombia.

  • India controls 63% of the world market and 70% of its exports goes to Middle East, 12 % goes to Europe and North America takes 5%.

  • Prices for mango pulp are largely determined by supply of raw mangoes and these prices tend to show a cyclical pattern because of unpredictable weather conditions.

  • India is a major producer of mango pulp/puree and concentrate and it accounts for 63% (97,990 tonnes) of global export of mango pulp.

  • The demand of mango pulp products in Pakistan is rising due to increasing urbanization, growing per capita income, and increasing two-income families.

  • The high price of processed mango limits the market segment to the high and middle brackets. By the nature of the market,
    processed mangoes are available primarily in groceries, supermarkets and specialty stores.

  • The single largest market of mango puree was South Korea, which accounted for close to 65% of the total, valued at US$7.7 million. Other markets were Japan, the United States, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Germany, each accounting for less than 10% of the total.

  • The wide application of the Mango pulp in the various edible items is creating a sustained demand for the product at the national as well as international market.

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