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.


The most delicious Mango from Pakistan. Its taste is very sweet and unique It is mostly cultivated in the area of Multan from the province Punjab. Pakistan is the 3rd largest Exporter of Mango in the world.

Colour is yellow when ripe, skin thin pulp fiberless, flesh firm, very sweet in taste, stone very small, keeping and peeling qualities are good.

Average weight wiill be 275 gm

Rippeing 7 days after harvesting if kept at 35 to 40 degree C.

Nutritionally, mango provides energy, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, fat, protein, vitamin A, beta-carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, Phosphorous, potassium, and zinc in variable amounts. The peel contains pigments that are believed to have antioxidant properties.

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This is very sweet type mango of Multan, this is also called “Samar bahisht type” meaning fruit of heaven. Chaunsa is widely regarded as the best mango in terms of its rich aroma, sweet taste, juicy pulp and high nutritional value. For this very reason its often regarded as “King of the mangoes”.

The season for chaunsa in Pakistan normally starts at the beginning of June, and ends in the third week of August. Due to demand, it is heavily exported to the Middle East, Europe, and the USA.

Shape is tipically mango shape

Price including packing and labour at Multan

Ripenes —–days after harvesting at 35 to 40 degree C.

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White Chonsa late

This is very sweet mango type which is liked a lot by mango exporters because of its demand in Europian market. This mango variety showes well post harvest stability for longer duration as compared to other types so can be sent to far in the world from Pakistan.

Price including packing and labour at Multan

Ripens —- days after harvesting at 35 to 40.

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This mango type is also liked a lot by mango exporters because of its increasing demand in international market.

Ripens in —- days after harvesting at 35 to 40 degree C.

Will be available from—- in multan

Price including packing and labour at Multan

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Black Chaunsa

Kala Chaunsa means Black Chaunsa which is again a sweet and tasty mango type. This variety will be available in excess in Multan region. This variety is good if you went cheeper mangos in huge quantity.

Post harvest ripening at 35 to 40 degree C.

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