We are the decedents of Shah Yousaf Gardez who has a rooted history of about 900 years in Multan, the city of sainthood, peace, and culture. Farming produce has been our business for generations. We inherited the farm, we inherited the richness of culture, we inherited the fertility of the land and we inherited the business. We got all these from our land and our people so we decided to give back. Instead of exporting the best quality farm produce to other countries, we wish to provide the best to our people. We want our people to enjoy the rich taste of their own land which they have been missing out on. So here we are now, taking on the legacy of hundreds of years and the blessings of our saints, working with a vision to make the fresh from the farm produce accessible to everyone at the comfort of their homes.
Where we belong
The land we belong to has been the land of the Sufis. Its history is brimming with ethnic, traditional, economical, and cultural values. This is the land where our forefathers fought for the spread of Islam. The land has been one of the most important trading centers of medieval Islamic India. All the reasons to own this land with pride. Multan’s fertile plain lands, clay loam soil, and warm temperatures do make it home to the best quality farm produce but we can’t deny the fact that the land’s rich values reflect in the rich taste of our farm produce.
Our own taste for our own People
Sowed with love and handpicked with care, we strive to produce the premium quality farm produce. The quality which often gets exported overseas and our people don’t get to enjoy. We want to introduce our people to the sweetest flavor of their own land.
It is sad that Multani mangoes are world famous for its rich taste and sweetness but our people don’t get to enjoy that rich taste because of its difficult accessibility even if they can pay its price. We at Gardezi Farms want to change that. We want to save the best to serve locally because we believe that while Multani goodness should spread around the globe but the people on whose land it’s produced also deserve all the goodness. That is why our vision is to make our own taste accessible to our own people.
Sindhri mangoes are one of the top varieties of Pakistan because of their exceptional taste and flavor. These are large in size, oval in shape and the color is lemon yellow. These are commonly used commercially for milkshakes and juices. Sindhri has naturally a little longer shelf life than others. It doesn’t spoil too early which makes it good for commercial use and also makes it easy for export.
These loaded with sweetness small in size mangoes are the most favorite in Pakistan. It is also named after its city of origin” Ratol”. A mango grower planted this kind in Pakistan and named it after his father “Anwar”. Hence the name “Anwar Ratol”. Its unique sweet flavor and strong aroma make it stand out from the rest. Anwar Ratol when raw is perfect to use for pickles and sauces.
Exceptionally sweet taste, luscious pulp, unique flavor, and rich gold color! The right ingredients for it to be the rightfully declared king of Mangoes. It was originated in our land Multan and named by the great Sher Shah Suri. Chaunsa is a worldwide favorite because of its rich taste, sweet aroma, and high nutritious value