About Us

Heaven Growers is one of the biggest Importer & Exporters of Pakistan. We are pleased to introduce ourselves as exporter of fresh fruits & vegetables from Pakistan.

Our company “Heaven Growers” was established in 1986. We have been exporting our quality fresh fruits & vegetables and other products to many countries including Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Germany, SriLanka, Malaysia, Maldives, Brunei and other destinations. They have been in touch with us since long time because we care about our clients and we try our best to provide them the best and fresh products. Apart from fresh fruits & vegetables items, we also deal in honey, rice and dried fruits.

We believe in “highest quality with competitive price” and never compromises on quality in order to have long term business relationship with our customers. You are always welcome to contact us for more information.

Dr. Ali Sajjad [CEO]

CEO Interview

Heaven Growers CEO was invited by the delegation of Belarus President, and its was our honor to win the tender of Belarus Government for supply of Rice and Mandarin. They also took our interview it went on air in all Europe. Belarus Government Companies appriciated Heaven Growers (Pvt) Ltd, Quality Care Products.

Our Products

Basmati Rice

Basmati is one of the oldest cultivated crops and is a staple food forming key portion of the diet for many of the world’s population, especially living in the Middle East, Southern and Eastern Asia...Read More

Mandarin

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

Potato

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..Read More

Mango

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. The fruit is mostly eaten farm...Read More