Mangoes Exporters from Pakistan
Mango, the king of fruits is the second major fresh fruit in Pakistan. Mango is a delicious fruit grown in slightly less than ninety tropical and sub-tropical countries in the world. The fruit is mostly eaten farm fresh as a dessert. It is also processed into preserves, juices, jams, jellies, nectars as well as crisp mango chips, which are eaten as snacks. Mango is an excellent source of vitamins A. B and C and contains water, proteins, Sugar. fats, fibers and iron etc.Pakistani Mangoes are mostly yellow in color when fully ripe, have strong aroma and sweet in taste, no mango of any origin can compete in taste with Pakistani Mango.Mango is one of the tropical fruits, which has experienced tremendous development in recent years. Mango is commonly called as king of fruits. Pakistani Mango is considered as the fruit of excellence and thus has a prominent position among the commercial fruits grown in Pakistan.
Pakistan is the 5th largest producer and the 3rd largest exporter of mango in the world. Its soil and climatic conditions enable production and market supplies of good quality fresh mango over a period of about 5 to 6 months. Pakistani mangoes therefore enjoy a prominent position in the international market.
Pakistan produces quite a few mango varieties (i.e.) Sindhri, Langra, Doshehri, Chaunsa, Kali Seroli, Bagan pali, Swarnarika, and Neelum.
We (Muhammad Abdullah Trading Company®) can supply you best quality of fresh mangoes from Punjab & Sindh in their freshest form. The Mango harvest season starts from May to September and the leading mango variety is SINDHRI & CHAUNSA.
This fine variety is produced in the Sindh Province. It is in large size, yellow in color, fibreless, and oval shaped stone in medium size. It is very sweet in taste and has a pleasant fragrance. This variety is available from the Month of 20th May to 20th July.
This variety is produced in the province of Punjab. It is extremely sweet in taste and very delicious. Fresh, firm and fiber less, it is available after 15th June to the end of August.