Premium Sindhri Mangoes are often referred to as the queen of mangoes. It is a generously large-sized mango grown in Pakistan.
It is very popular choice because its texture is fibreless and tastes semi-sweet. Sindhri mangoes are enjoyed more by people who like their mangoes firmer and not overly sweet.
Our Premium Sindhri Mangoes quality in Pakistan is top-notch, delicious & of export quality. It’s grown in the southern Punjab region of Pakistan, where they are hand-picked by us and delivered right to you.
These, farm to table, Sindhri mangoes are carbide free.
What is CARBIDE & Why It May Be Harmful?
Calcium Carbide is a chemical used by locals in mango farms that help ripen the mango fruit quickly & prematurely. It certainly can make mangos look more vibrant and appealing but can prove hazardous to your health. Carbide traces in mangoes, may cause headache, dizziness, mood disturbances, sleepiness, mental confusion, memory loss, cerebral edema and seizures. Therefore it may be better to consume mangos that are carbide free to keep healthy in the longer term.
Quick Facts About Premium Sindhri Mangos
- May Regulate Blood Pressure: Sindhri Mangos are rich in magnesium and potassium that may help stabilize your blood pressure.
- May Improves Digestive Health: Did you know there are 3 grams of fiber per cup of fresh mangos? The fiber content in mangos may improve bowel movements and help with constipation.
- May Slow Down Signs of Aging: Mangoes are rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin C . Vitamin A is an agent that helps tissue repair, and Vitamin C helps build collagen and prevents oxidative damage.
How To Use
As these Sindhri Mangoes are carbide-free, they need to be put in a (warm place) for 2 to 3 days until the ripen before consumption.
A great way to check if the mango is ripe is to press on it gently; if a dent forms on the mango skin, it means they are ready to eat.
You may cut your mango into slices and enjoy it like this, or add it to other fresh fruits such as kiwi, peaches, etc., and make it a healthy fruit salad!
It also gives a great taste and flavor when you make it in healthy smoothie recipes or fulfilling milkshakes. You can even jazz it up to create a savory or sweet chutney or dip. There are many recipes available online!