Banganapalle is a mango variety named after Banganapalle town in Andra Pradesh. The mango is popular in the North by the name of Safeda. An unspoilt obliquely oval specimen presents an unblemished golden yellow thin edible skin. These mangoes are large-sized, The pulp is fibreless, firm and yellow with a sweet taste. It received a geographical indication tag in May 2017. Banaganapalle mangoes have been grown for over 100 years in Andhra Pradesh.
Organic farming was introduced as a response to the intensive use of fertilizers and pesticides leading to environmental degradation. Owing to this constant exposure of the farm produce to pesticides, the quality and taste were compromised. Encouraged by an instinct to ensure the wellbeing of every single being on the planet, we begin GFO.