Indian Pineapple Exporters

Pineapple is one of the most popular tropical fruits. 7% of the world's pineapple production is done in India. Thus Indian pineapple exporter export pineapple to various countries in the world. Pineapple is cultivated in the states of Kerala, Tripura and West Bengal and then pineapple export from India takes place. Export of pineapple takes place in many countries around the world.


Nutrients 74 Calories
Carbohydrates 19.5 g
Fibre - 1.4g/100 grams
Minerals Thiamin
Pantothenic Acid
Vitamin Vitamin C
Fat o g
Protein 1g

Pineapple Varieties We Export

Pineapple exporter in India exports several varieties of pineapple abroad. The pineapple export includes Giant Kew, Queen, Mauritius and such other popular varieties of pineapple. Being one of the leading pineapple importer from india, Pisum makes sure that all varieties of pineapples are delivered on time and safely to your destination.

Giant Kew

The Giant Kew variety of Pineapple has a big fruit in size. The colour of this variety of Pineapple varies from a deep yellow to coppery yellow and the eyes of the fruit are broad and flat. The flesh is said to vary from a pale yellow to yellow in colour.


The Queen variety of pineapple is spiny and golden yellow in colour. It is known for its pleasant aroma and flavour. The sweetness and the unique aroma of the Queen pineapple differentiate it from pineapples of other states of the Northeast region. This variety received a Geographical Indication tag in 2015.


The Mauritius variety is also known as Vazhakulam Kannara variety of pineapples. The fruit weighs anywhere from 1.3 to 1.6 kg. The Mauritius variety is generally conical in shape and golden in colour with an amazing aroma and delicious in taste. The juice of the Mauritius variety is sweeter and has a lower acidity of 0.5 to 0.7%.

Charlotte Rothschild

Charlotte Rothschild is another variety of Pineapples that are exported from India. This pineapple variety has characteristics similar to Kew and Queen. It also tastes similar to the Kew and Queen. This variety is partly under cultivation in Kerala and Goa.

Jaldhup and Lakhat

Jaldhup and Lakhat are 2 indigenous types of pineapples grown in Assam. Both these varieties have been named after the place of their production. Both are under Queen group with fruits that are smaller than the Queen. Lakhat is generally sour in taste, while Jaldhup is sweet well- blended with acidity.