Colombian farmers grow world's heaviest mango, win Guinness World Records title

The giant mango weighed in at 4.25 kilograms (9.36 lb) and was certified as an official Guinness World Records title

Mango the delicious fruits of summer, is liked by almost every people out there, but what about it when you get a giant sized mango?


In a factual incident the Colombian farmers, Germán Orlando Novoa Barrera and Reina Maria Marroquín, managed to break a record after growing the world’s heaviest mango in Guayatá, Colombia on the San Martín farm in the area of Boyacá.


This giant mango weighed in at 4.25 kilograms (9.36 lb) and was certified as an official Guinness World Records title. 


The previous record was held by a mango found in the Philippines that weighed 3.435 kilograms (7.57 lb) in 2009.


The farmers Germán and Reina began to notice that the fruit was growing very large, and they could see the difference in relation to the other mangos on the tree. 


Once the official size and weight was known, his daughter Dabegy suggested searching the internet to see if there was any record title related to the category and found that the mango they had at home was the heaviest in the world.


After getting into the Guinness world record the farmers said that they want to show the world that Colombia people are humble, hardworking people who love the countryside and that the land that is cultivated with love produces great fruits. In addition, they want that the record should represents hope and joy in times of pandemic.


After being documented, the family shared and ate the entire mango and said it was very delicious and healthy inside, but before that, he made a mould out of it to make a replica and donate it to the municipality to be recorded in history.

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