Pakistan markets now have sugar-free mango varieties for individuals with diabetes. The fruit, which in any other case has excessive sugar ranges, has been scientifically modified by an skilled at a personal cultural farm known as M H Panhwar Farms in Sindh’s Tando Allahyar.
Three types of such mangoes, named Sonaro, Glenn, and Keitt, at the moment are obtainable and their sugar ranges vary between 4 and 6 per cent, reported News18.
Panhwar’s nephew and a mango skilled Ghulam Sarwar was quoted as saying by ARY Information, “The Authorities of Pakistan had conferred Sitara-e-Imtiaz on Panhwar for his analysis associated to fruits together with mangoes and banana. After his demise, I continued his work and carried out modification after importing totally different genres of mangoes [from foreign countries] to check its progress on this ambiance and soil.”
Sarwar talked about that the mission was being run on a private stage with none help from the federal government. He added that his approach aimed to enhance the fruit’s shelf life, management sugar stage for diabetics, and likewise enhance manufacturing to introduce new varieties.
“Keitt selection has the bottom sugar stage as much as 4.7 % whereas Sonaro and Glenn have sugar stage as much as 5.6 % and 6 % respectively,” the skilled added. The mango varieties are presently priced at Rs 150 per kg in Pakistan markets.