What sets Sugar-Free Mangoes to distinguish from others?
Mango, the king of fruits, is the king of the summer season. Mango is a fruit that anyone enjoys. Now Sugar-Free mangoes are on the market. In the summer, the internet is filled with mango recipes, range from mango shakes to mango tart. However, due to its high sugar content, this fruit is not appropriate for those with diabetes.
Ghulam Sarwar, a mango expert at M H Panhwar Farms, discovered a way for diabetics to enjoy this delicious fruit. He created sugar-free mangoes with sugar of 4 to 6% after years of research.
Is Mango a high-sugar fruit?
Mangoes are sweet fruit with high natural sugar. They also include fiber, as well as vitamins C, A, E, and K, as well as a variety of B vitamins.
Types of mangoes and Sugar Saturation Levels
Normally, mango types like Chaunsa and Sindhri have 12 to 15% sugar and are not suitable for diabetics, but his farm has three varieties of mango named Sonaro, Glenn, and Keitt, which contain 5.6 percent, 6%, and 4.7 percent sugar, respectively.
Ghulam Sarwar, M H Panhwar’s nephew, changed the fruit-growing techniques and did various tests to manage the sugar content in the fruit. Mr. Panhwar was granted the Sitara-e-Imtiaz by the Pakistani government for his research on fruits such as mangoes and bananas.
The season of mango, the most popular seasonal fruit, has got back. Mango items and recipes exist on social media these days, from milkshakes to ice creams. While the fruit is commonly consumed, it is not advised for those with diabetes because of its high sugar content.
A Pakistani expert has introduced three varieties of sugar-free mangoes with a sugar content of 4 to 6%, which is a huge relief for diabetics. They were introduced in Pakistani markets under the names Sonaro, Glenn, and Keitt after such a scientific modification by a mango expert at M H Panhwar Farms in Sindh’s Tando Allahyar.
Sugar-Free Mangoes and developments in species
Shortly after his death, Ghulam carried on his legacy by doing various tests on the king of fruits, the mango. The mangoes’ shelf life was also increased as a result of the studies.
Diet/sugar-free mangoes will be sold for the first time in Pakistani markets. The mangoes cost Rs 150 per kg.