World largest mango, Guinness Book of World Records

World’s largest mango, weighing more than four kilograms, sets record

The world’s largest mango has recently been planted in Colombia, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. It weighs 9.36 pounds.

The mango is grown by Nova Berera and Raina Maria in San Martin Garden, Guayaquil, Colombia. From the beginning, the two were watching the mango grow at an extraordinary rate.

It has now spread to all mangoes on the growing farm. His daughter had previously said that the mango might be part of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Earlier in 2009, a mango weighing seven and a half pounds was grown in the Philippines, which was included in the Guinness Book of World Records, and now this record has been broken by Colombian mango by a clear margin.

“Through the Guinness Book of World Records, we want to show the world that we Colombians are accustomed to humility and hard work. 

We love farming and nature and we are cultivating the best fruits on our land. In this way, the message of the epidemic will be a message of hope and happiness for the whole world, “Nova Brera said during the Guinness Book of World Records ceremony.

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