Export Quality Sindhri Mangoes سندھڑی – Gift Box
- Names: Sindhri (آم سندھڑی)
- Packaging: Corrugated Box
- Weight: 7 kg net weight
- Origin: Sindh, Rahim Yar Khan and Multan districts of Punjab in Pakistan
- Grown in: Pakistan
- Harvest & Availability: Late May to early September: from Pakistan
Disclaimer: Due to the hot summer season, we deliver only semi-ripe mangoes.
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The 2022 season of mangoes is here. Learn which months are mango season in Pakistan using this infographic. This is the time to nourish the different varieties of mangoes with high nutritious value. Want to make sure you get the fresh and tasty yellow mangoes? Look no further to buy the famous mango types including Alphonso mango – the king of mangoes, Sindhri mango, Dussehri mango, Anwer Ratol mango, and Chaunsa mango. You can also find the best quality mangoes from Fruitoye like Langrai mango and Lal Badshah known as Red Mango. Wait no more! Buy the sweetest and tastiest mangoes from Fruitoye before the season ends.
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Mango – King of Fruits
“You had better have one King than 500” – Charles II
First came the Mesopotamians, then the Egyptians, and then the Indus valley civilization bloomed, prospered, and withered, which was when Greeks were carving their own history and gave away to the great Roman Empire who built the Colosseum, Temple of Baalbek and reigned over for 300 years. Then came the rise of European kingdoms and Mughal empires during 1500-the 1800s and then the British took over and colonized multiple countries and the birth of Independence came to all the colonized colonies. Now we live in a free world where democracy prevails, yet for all these years, people have been ruled by one king. The Great King from the Anacardiaceae family, Mangifera Indica, otherwise known as Mango.
Mango rightly called the King of Fruits for its exquisite taste and amazing fragrance has been in existence for more than 4000 years. There are many theories on how Mangoes were introduced to the Pakistan Mainland, one in which it was introduced via Mainland and the other through Indo Burmese region. Presently it is cultivated in India as well as in South and Southeast Asian countries, Africa, Australia, and the USA. Also, Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico, Caribbean Islands grow specific Mangoes.
Characteristics of Mango
The Mango tree is a large branched tree growing close to 30-40 m in height and has a crown radius extending up to 10 m. The fruit generally takes close to 3-4 months to ripe and varies in shape, size, color, fragrance & several other characteristics. Usually, Mangoes are oval-shaped and can also take up a round shape depending on the variety. The size varies from 2.5 cm to 30 cm and weighs roughly around 200-250 GMS in the Pakistani subcontinent. The ideal temperature required for the growth of Mangoes is around 30 degrees Celsius.
Nutritional Value of Mango
100gm of Mango contains 74 Kcal and is a Carbohydrate-rich food that makes up 15% of the total nutrients contained. Mangoes also contain 0.6 gm of Protein and 1990 micrograms of Beta Carotene which is higher than any fruits. Beta Carotene is a precursor of vitamin A which acts as an antioxidant, slows down cognitive decline, and helps in keeping the lungs healthy. Consuming Mangoes during the season helps store vitamin A in the liver, which lasts up to a year and helps in preventing vitamin A deficient diseases such as Night blindness. Mangoes are also rich in vitamin C which forms about 16 mg when it is fully ripened.
World of Mangoes
Mangoes grow in both tropical and subtropical climates, which makes them one of the best-suited crops to grow in any region. Mangoes are grown in 83 countries, with Pakistan and its neighbors dominating the production of Mangoes. Pakistan alone accounts for 53% of the overall Mango production, followed by China, Thailand, and Mexico. Despite India being the largest producer of Mangoes, its yield is low, primarily due to post-harvest damages and mango orchard sizes being smaller compared to other nations.
Export of Mangoes form only 0.60% of the total production, Pakistan accounts for 15% of the total exports and is mainly transported to the Middle Eastern countries.
Pakistan and Mangoes
Mangoes are grown in over 1.1 Mn Hectares producing 11 Mn tonnes and the states contributing to the production of Mangoes are Punjab (54,000 hectares), Sindh (46,000 hectares), Balochistan (11,000 hectares), and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (2,000 hectares).
The main mango growing districts in the Punjab province are Multan, Bahawalpur, Muzaffargarh, and Rahim Yar Khan. In the province of Sindh it is mainly grown in Mir Pur Khas, Hyderabad, and Thatta in the province of NWFP it is grown in D.I Khan, Peshawar, and Mardan.
Pakistan Varieties of Mango
Pakistan is home to more than 1000 varieties, however, only very few are commercially cultivated. Chaunsa.,Anwer Ratol.Mangoes are very popular and are grown in the Punjab and Sindh regions of Pakistan.
Langra mango Pakistan is one of the most experienced varieties of Mango from South Punjab. Its name in Urdu means “lame” in English. Langra mango signifies a carefree lifestyle, thus the phrase “Life-with-Langra and Life-without-Langra
Alphonso also called Hafoos, Hapus, or Aapoos is considered to be the King of Kings and named after a Portuguese general and military expert who was instrumental in setting up the colonies. The fruit is grown mostly in the western regions districts and is one of the most expensive varieties of mangoes in the country.
Chaunsa, also known as chausa, is a mango cultivar indigenous to South Asia. It is grown mainly in Pakistan and some parts of India; both countries export significant quantities of the fruit. The main centers of chaunsa cultivation are Rahim Yar Khan and Multan in Pakistani Punjab.
These mangoes are primarily grown in the southern parts of Pakistan especially Karnataka. They are rich in carotenes – a rich source of Vitamin A. Anwar Ratol (sometimes spelt Anwar Rataul) is a small, yellow variety of mango known for its sweetness and fiberlessness. It is sometimes called the ‘mini powerhouse’. It is cultivated in the Punjab and Sindh regions of Pakistan
The ‘Sindhri’ mango is a mango cultivar grown in Sindhri, a town in Sindh, and other areas of Sindh province in Pakistan. It is a large oval shaped mango which is extremely sweet and aromatic.
The most exciting fact about Dussehri Mango is that the mother tree which is over 200 years still bears fruit every alternate year. Pakistani Dussheri mango is hands-down much sweeter, pulpier and fragrant than the Indian Alphonso. Mango lovers are very sensitive about this mango variety and it is steeped in tradition in Northern India and Pakistan.
The medium-sized green Dussehri Mango in Pakistan has low fiber and high pulp Primarily rich in carotenes and is used for making smoothies
From delicious chutneys to mouth-watering milkshakes to spicy pickles, Mangoes are “the” ingredient to experiment with in summers. Here are some of the recipes which we find that should be tried.
Mango Salad: This salad is consumed widely during the summers in the South. With some chilies in the mix and thick curd to lead from the front, you would question if there is any other better dish than mango salad in the world.
Mango Lassi: What would the world come to if we hadn’t invented Mango lassi? There is a popular theory that wars have been stopped when both the parties/nations consumed Mango Lassi. More about the mango lassi recipe here.
Mango Sambar: Probably the greatest dish of all time, Sambhar, has one more amazing ingredient added to it. This dish relished during the summers contains the perfect mix of spice and sweetness that Mangoes bring to the table. The mouthwatering mango sambar recipe can be found here.
How is FruitOye different from the rest of the retailers?
Fruitoye fresh mangoes are purchased directly from farmers, where a team of agronomists and quality controllers make sure that the mangoes are not only handled with the best care but harvested at the right time, are of the right size, and are ripened safely. The quality team makes sure that the farmers do not resort to any harmful ripening practices like carbide ripening in order to ripen fruits faster.
The fully integrated supply chain from farms to customers makes sure that you get mangoes as fresh as possible. Moreover, connectivity across cities helps Fruitoye host the largest online store of all different kinds of mangoes. If you are a Punjabi in Lahore or Sindhi in Karachi, you can still enjoy your favorite Dussehri and Alphonso mangoes from Fruitoye at the lowest prices.
Do you remember visiting family and friends during summer and carrying mangoes as gifts? Gifting mangoes in summer is surely one of the sweetest, warmest gestures since it brings back a lot of nostalgia and happy memories. This summer, try gifting Mango Premium boxes designed specially as a token of your best wishes and happiness. After all, what says love and care better than a box of fresh, safe, ripe, and sweet mangoes.
The large mango trees sprawling like a canopy, bending downward heavy with the weight of fruits, have always been sheltering spots for people. Mango trees give so much to the environment and the people. Keeping on with this positive theme, fresh! Our mango boxes are only cardboard boxes that are 100% eco-friendly. Moreover, as we save the planet initiative, we offer to collect mango boxes back, so that we can recycle them for you.
Buy Fresh mangoes, eat them as fruits, make mangomilk, that sinful luscious mango drink, put it in your salads, make yourself a thick mango shake every breakfast or just top dessert with scoops of fresh fruit.