Chaunsa Mango Fruit Plant (Mangifera 'Chaunsa')
Common Name: Chaunsa (also known as Chausa)
Botanical Name: Mangifera indica
Native Region: Chaunsa is a mango cultivar that is indigenous to South Asia, primarily grown in India and Pakistan. Both of these countries are known for exporting significant quantities of Chaunsa mangoes.
Fruit Characteristics: Chaunsa mangoes typically have a golden yellow colour when ripe, and they are almost fibreless. The fruit is known for its aromatic, sweet flavour and juicy pulp. It is often considered the "King of Mangoes" due to its unique taste and richness.
Chaunsa mangoes are known for their rich aroma, sweet taste, and high nutritional value, making them a popular choice among mango lovers worldwide.
Health Benefits: Chaunsa mangoes offer various health benefits, including improved skin health, richness in antioxidants, maintenance of normal blood pH levels, immune system support, and potential cholesterol level reduction.
Culinary Uses: Chaunsa mangoes are commonly enjoyed fresh, but they are also used in a variety of culinary applications, including desserts, chutneys, and beverages.
Nutritional Value: These mangoes are not only delicious but also nutritious. They are rich in vitamins, particularly vitamin C and vitamin A, and provide dietary fibre.