Pakistan now produces sugar-free mangoes for diabetic patients

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.

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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