Mangos originated in Southeast Asia and India, where references to the fruit are documented in Hindu writings dating back to 4000 B.C. The mango belongs to the same family as the cashew and pistachio nut. This fruit occupied an important place in horticulture during the rule of the Mogul emperors in India, and Akbar the Great (1556-1605) planted an orchard of 100,000 mango trees.
Human being is a reflection of his environment, is a phrase that has been used by scientists since the dawn of history. The same saying can be applied to MAAZA too. Mango has been called the king of fruits, and India is considered as one of the largest producers of this delicious fruit in commercial quantities. With the availability of this fruit in huge quantities, forms, types and sizes that can reach up to 1000 species it was natural for people, scientists and innovators to capitalize on this fact and to develop different ways of using Mangos from enjoying it as a table fruit, pickles, jams, dry fruits, in cooking and of course as juice and juice drinks.
Leading specialists chose the finest types of fruit in terms of quality, taste, flavor and texture to develop and create “Maaza” and then with the evolution of the product and its fame came the addition of a number of other flavors with the same quality.