The Pakistani market has introduced three new varieties of sugar-free mangoes containing four to six percent sugar for diabetic patients. Pakistan’s mango expert has developed three varieties of sugar-free mangoes at a private farming operation in Tando Allahyar, Sindh. Furthermore, the resultant mango varieties have been named Sonaro, Glenn, and Keitt, and are available in the local markets.
In addition, research and scientific modification of mangoes were done at M H Panhwar Farms for five years. M. Panhwar received a Sitara-e-Imtiaz honor for his research related to fruits, such as mangos and bananas, from the government of Pakistan. Since mangoes have high sugar content, sugar-free mangoes are a relief for diabetics.
Source: ARY News