Welcome to Jalal Akbar & Sons

Jalal Akbar & Sons and Company (JAS) established in 1952 and has steadily grown in size, scope and reputation for fifty years to become an export powerhouse of today with established exports to 62 countries across the globe.
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JAS Exporters

Potato Exporters Pakistan

Pakistan is blessed with vast agricultural resources on account of its fertile land, well-irrigated plains, extremes of weather, and centuries old tradition of farming.  It is because of its central importance in the economy that the Government has identified agriculture as one of the four major drivers of growth.

Onion Exporters Pakistan

JALAL AKBAR & SONS are the Onion exporters from Pakistan. We export high quality fresh onions and vegetables from Pakistan to all around the world.

Mandarin Kinnow Exporters Pakistan

Kinnow is a Citrus fruit variety Mandarin majorly grown in the province of Punjab. Pakistan is the sixth largest producer of Kinow (mandarin) and Mandarin Kinnow in the world, with 2.1 million tons. Pakistan world mandarin and Mandarin Kinnow market

Mangoes Exporters Pakistan

Mango, the king of fruits is the second major fresh fruit in Pakistan. Mango is a delicious fruit grown in slightly less than ninety tropical and sub-tropical countries in the world



Quality Certification

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All Pakistan Fruit & Vegetable Exporters, Importers & Merchants Association

Local Farms Produce It


Govt of Pakistan Plant Protection

Pick Up From Local Spot



Or We Can Delivery It Fast

JAS Food Delivery And How It Works

What are the benefits?

You will receive affordable, organic produce that is fresh from the farm

How much does it cost?

A typical mixed variety share would cost each member $35.00

How do I join?

If you are interested in becoming a member please complete Become a Member Form

What will I receive?

In each basket there is an assortment of 16-19 fresh fruits and vegetables.

Potato Packing


Mango Packing


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Jalal Akbar & Sons Products Variety 95%
People eating fast food 88%
People on diets 75%