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Australian High Commissioner all praise for Pakistani mangoes

Man selling Pakistani mangoes

Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr. Geoffrey Shaw on Tuesday expressed his love for Pakistani delicious and juicy mangoes and said that they were becoming increasingly popular in Australia.

The diplomat Dr. Geoffrey Shaw took to Twitter to express his love for Pakistani mangoes by tweeting from its official Twitter account which says mangoes are an essential part of Pakistani culture, art, poetry and literature. He also tweeted pictures of him sitting and enjoying a plate of sliced Pakistani mangoes. The Pakistani mango or more aptly put “Pakistani aam” is the most favorite fruit of the summers.

Here is what Dr. Geoffrey Shaw had to say about the king of fruits.

“Savoring the Pakistani ‘aam’, my favourite summer fruit that’s an intrinsic part of Pakistan’s culture, art, poetry and literature. Pakistan is the world’s sixth largest exporter of mangoes, with its delicious and juicy #mangoes becoming increasing popular in Australia”.

Some Twitter users also suggested to High Commissioner to put the knife and fork down if you want to enjoy Pakistani mangoes in Pakistani style.

Pakistan is the sixth world’s largest exporter of mangoes. In Pakistan, you will find more than 50 types of mangoes while all over the world there are more than 1,000 varieties of mangoes. With the latest technique used by farmers, there are more varieties coming to the market.

Pakistani mangoes are not just popular in Asia and Europe but also in Australia. High Commissioner also revealed this via the tweet. Not just Australian High Commissioner but various other diplomats also share their love towards Pakistani aam.

This year the mango business was sticky in Pakistan because of locust attack, lack of labors due to coronavirus and climate. In order to boost the mangoes trade with foreign countries, Pakistan International Airlines reduced the custom charges for those who wanted to export the mangoes.

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