Fruits grown in Pakistan:
All fruits grown in Pakistan will make a rather inexhaustible list. The very popular fruits within and outside the country are citrus fruits, mangoes, apples, bananas, guavas, peaches, apricots, grapes, dates, papaya, plums, berries, fig, melon, water melon, musk melon, prunes, pomegranate, cherry, etc.
Pakistan is fortunate in having great diversity in its soil and in its ecological and climatic conditions, ranging from extremely warm to temperate, to very cold. This enables the country to grow many kinds of trees, plants, shrubs, vines and creepers, which yield a large variety of fruits and vegetables.
The export destinations of these fruits include some sixty countries the world-over from Gulf countries to Europe, Australia, Canada, USA and pacific regions.
Mango crop is the second largest harvest after citrus fruit in Pakistan with over 1.500 million tons of annual production. The varieties grown are more than hundred which include mostly grafted variesties with SS brix ranging from 16 to 26 depending upon maturity with deep orange/golden colour of the pulp having multiple uses. The acidity level vaires with each variety. Pakistan also grows Desi Mango. Grafted mango varieties/desi mangoes are quite suitable for mango juice, drinks, nectars, cocktails, ice creams, bakery, etc. Tota Pori variety is also available in Pakistan.