Pakistan produces a variety of mangoes each with distinct flavor and taste. This king of fruits is grown in Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan. Mango is decidedly the most popular fruit amongst millions of people in the Orient…particularly in the Pakistan Sub-continent where it is considered to be the King of Fruits. In fact, there is no exaggeration of in claiming that mango, because of its excellent flavor, attractive fragrance, beautiful shades of colors, delicious taste and healthful value, is now recognized as one of the best fruits in the world market.

The most famous varieties extensively grown in Pakistan are SINDHRI, GULAB KHAS, FAJRI, CHONSA, which are very popular because of their unique taste, flavor and nourishment.

Sindhri Mango

This variety is mostly found and produced in Sindh Province of Pakistan. This particular variety comes in large size, yellow in colour, and fiber less. This has a very pleasant fragrance and very sweet in taste.

Availability: This variety is available from the month of 20th May to 20th July.

Beganphalli Mango

This distinguished variety of mango is extremely large in size, sweet in taste, very delicious and has a pleasant fragrance. Beganphalli has an appealing shinning yellow colour mingled with a delightful aroma and delicious flavor.

Availability: The season from April to July.

Chonsa Mango

This variety is produced in the province of Punjab. It is extremely sweet in taste and very delicious. Flesh in firm and fiber less.

Availability: It is available after 15th June to end of August.

Did You Know?
  • Mangoes are mostly eaten chilled by Pakistanis, as chilled mangoes not only enhance their shelf life but also remove the "heat" in the fruit
  • Pakistani mangoes are rich in Vitamin A, C and D and other antioxidant vitamins
  • Mangoes have more carotenoids than most other fruits - and that helps toward off colds and reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease
  • Mango is a member of the cashew family

Nutritional Facts

  Sweet Gold Sindhri Sweet Gold Chonsa
 Origin  Mir Pur Khas Rahim Yar Khan & Multan
 Colour  Yellow Gold
 Pulp Gravity Medium Heavy
 Flavor Slightly Perfume Slightly Perfume
 Fiber 3 to 5% 17.2 to 27.3%
 Sugared  15 to 18% 10 to 22%
 Moisture Contain Average  79% 78%
 After/Before Ripening  Average  18%  81%
 Highest Weight Average  Weight: 3.5 Pound
1 Pound
3.5 Pound 1 Pound
 Period After Ripening 25 Degree Centigrade 25 Degree Centigrade
 Relative Humidity 85% 85%

Other Varieties of Mangoes:

"Black Chonsa & White Chonsa"
Availability: 15th August to 7th October.

"Sunera "
Availability: 15th June to 30th July.

"Gulab Khas"
Availability: 25th May to 30th Aug.

"Fajri Mango"

Availability: 5th July to 15th September


Did You Know

Nutritional Facts