When it comes to storing wholesale raw mangoes, the best approach depends on whether they are ripe or green. Green mangoes should be stored at room temperature, while ripe mangoes should be kept in the refrigerator. To enjoy mangoes in the off-season, peel and cut them and then freeze them in Ziploc bags. To store green mangoes, place them in a paper bag at room temperature.
This will speed up the ripening process and make them sweeter and softer over the course of a few days. Once the mango gives in a little to the touch, it's ready to eat. To store ripe mangoes, transfer the pieces to a bowl with a flat surface. Place them in the fridge for one hour, without putting a lid on them.
After an hour, take it out and separate the pieces that are glued together. Place them in a resealable bag or in a regular plastic cover. Fold the lid and store it in an airtight container. Store this container in the refrigerator and your mangoes will stay fresh for up to a year. To freeze raw mangoes, take the broken or raw handle and cut them into pieces.
Store these frozen chopped mango slices in a container and you can use them to garnish recipes or add them to salads. With this method, you can enjoy the spicy taste of raw mangoes all year round.