- One of the most common mango varieties grown in India
- Named after the Banganapalli town in Andhra Pradesh state
- An obliquely oval shape, with yellow flesh and thin skin
- Golden yellow, fibreless pulp when ripe with a meaty texture
- Amongst India’s finest dessert mangoes with exceptional, multi-layered flavour
Fruits are mostly delivered between May and June based on the growth and their maturity.