Mangoes

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While the likelihood of a mango purchase slipped two percentage points from Fresh Trends 2012, this tropical fruit is slowly gaining ground. Four years ago only 19% of shoppers said they purchased mangoes, while this year 27% said the same.

 

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Mango board previews new year programs

11/20/2014

The National Mango Board is planning a Dec. 10 web seminar as it prepares for the new year.

Mango Board names new marketing director

11/13/2014

The National Mango Board named Rachel Muñoz as its new director of marketing.

Mango order still needed, USDA reports

11/11/2014

A periodic review of the mango promotion order by the U.S. Department of Agriculture concludes there is a continued need for the order.

Four new members join National Mango Board

11/07/2014

Four new members are among the six members of the National Mango Marketing Board appointed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

UPDATED: Medfly eradicated from Mexico

11/04/2014

Mediterranean fruit fly has been eradicated from Mexico.

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Market Scope - Mangoes — F.o.b.s as of Nov. 17

2014-11-16

ECUADOR — Imports (19-56*-25) — Imports via boat. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat one-layer tommy atkins 7-9s mostly $6, 10s $5-5.50, 12s mostly $4.50-5, 14s mostly $4-4.50. Ports of entry: Southern California. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat one-layer tommy atkins 7-8s mostly $8-8.25, 9s mostly $7.50, 10s mostly $7, 12s mostly $6-6.50, 14s mostly $4.50-5. Quality generally good. *revised.

ECUADOR AND FEW BRAZIL — Imports (55-34-20) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat one-layer tommy atkins 7-8s mostly $6, 9s mostly $5.50-6, 10s mostly $4.50-5, 12s mostly $4.50-4.75, 14s $3.50-3.75.

 


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