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Many varieties of mangoes are cultivated in India like Malkova, Imam Basant, Tota nose mango, Panganapalli, Tusseri, Alphonsa. But do you know which is the most expensive mango in the world and where is it grown?

The most expensive mango in the world is the Purple Mango or Miyazaki Mango. The world’s most expensive mango grown in Miyazaki, Japan, sells around Rs 2.70 lakh per kg in the international market.

Two types of mango trees are grown in Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh. To protect these trees, dogs keep guard near the tree.

 

Miyazaki Mango

Miyazaki, one of the most expensive mangoes in the world Mango Last year, 2.70 lakh kg was sold in the international market. These mangoes are branded and sold as ‘Theo-no-Tomago’ or ‘X of Sunshine’. It is not yellow or green, but turns purple to deep red when ripe.

 

 

It looks like a dinosaur egg. Miyazaki mangoes are also known as dragon eggs because of their deep red color. These mangoes weigh about 350 grams and contain 15 percent or more sugar.

 

Where Miyazaki Mangoes Are Grown

Japan Miyazaki is the largest producer of mango. Miyazaki mangoes are grown primarily in Miyazaki, Kyushu Province, Japan. The production of this mango began in Miyazaki in the 70s and 80s. The climate of the city is favorable for the production of this mango. They are cultivated in this city due to the hot weather, long sunshine and abundant rainfall.

Miyazaki mango is grown in India

A couple have planted two Miyazaki mango trees in their garden in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It is said that during the train journey Chennai He got the plants from someone who had traveled to Until they found the plant, they had no idea that it was the most expensive mango in the world. Then he came to know that the color of mangoes is different and finally he came to know that he has grown the world’s most expensive mangoes and now he has named those mangoes ‘Tamini’.

They have now hired four security guards and six dogs after the robbers allegedly tried to steal two mangoes. Last year, a trader had offered Rs 21,000 for a kilo of mangoes. But he is said to have denied it. They claim to offer the “first mango” to the Lord.

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