Mangoes

MANGOES

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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Packer Stories

Mango board expanding on ripening, handling program

08/21/2014

The National Mango Board is expanding its efforts to educate retailers, importers and handlers on mango best practices through its Ripe and Ready to Eat Program.

Time ripe for Felix produce meter at Australia congress

08/19/2014

Research on analyzing ripeness with the Felix Instruments F-750 produce quality meter was presented at the International Horticultural Congress in Brisbane, Australia.

Camposol second quarter sales soar

08/15/2014

Rising avocado sales and solid asparagus prices were the key drivers for a 55% increase in sales during the second quarter for Camposol Holding Ltd., Lima, Peru.

Higher mango prices likely as Brazil takes over

08/13/2014

Mango importers and officials expect strong demand and good quality as Mexico transitions to Brazil.

Mango board to sponsor ripening seminar

08/13/2014

The National Mango Board plans to host another mango ripening web seminar for retailers and importers.

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Market Scope - Mangoes — F.o.b.s as of Aug. 18

2014-08-17

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZ. — Crossings (90-62-50) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early moderate, late active. Prices higher. Cartons one-layer kent and keitt 6-10s mostly $4.50. Quality and condition variable.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (105-61*-46 )— Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early moderate, late active. Prices higher. Flats one-layer keitt 6s mostly $4.50-4.75, 7-10s mostly $4.50-5. Quality variable. Crossings include light volumes of kent variety. *revised 

 


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