Once you eat the wonderful Pakistani mangoes, you cannot stop eating them again and again. Pakistan is the 5th largest producer and 3rd largest exporter of mangoes. Pakistani mangoes enjoy a prominent position in the international market due to its taste, popularity and demand. They are spotless and clean by appearance, free from insect damage or fungal infection and uniform in size and ripeness.
Pakistani Mangoes are best in the world. Pakistani mangoes have no rival in the global market in terms of quality, sweetness, rich taste, distinct flavour, naturally woven fibres, pleasant aroma and the softness of its contents. These unique qualities of Pakistani mangoes are inherited from a fine mix of unique soil and season coupled with impact of flowing rivers through the world’s largest canal irrigation system that is literally the life-blood of the country’s agriculture.
On BBC Food Buyers Guide: Chaunsa Mango from Pakistan has a thin yellow skin streaked with green and the sweetest of sweet, smooth-textured flesh. It is sometimes called Honey. Chaunsa is mainly produced in Multan and Sahiwal in Pakistan. This variety of mango was made popular by Sher Shah Suri throughout the subcontinent. While commemorating his victory over Humayun at Chausa, he gave his favorite mango the name Chaunsa.
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 'Chaunsa' is regarded as 'the King of 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.