‘Tota’ translated means parrot – and this mango gets its name due to its distinctive beak-like shape. Grown widely in South India in the state of Andhra Pradesh, it is known as Bangalora in most parts of India and has a season lasting from mid-April till mid-July. Together with the Alphonso and Kesar, it is grown mainly for its pulp due to its many health benefits. People have also been known to eat the skin of this Indian mango variety. Grown mainly in the southern states it has a prominent beak like pointed length. Having significant Vitamin A, B5 and C mangoes are known to increase your resistance levels.
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