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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New, larger ships begin calling on Philadelphia port


A new and larger capacity class of shipping vessels is calling on the Port of Philadelphia.

Mango board to host Nogales meeting


As part of its national meetings, the National Mango Board is scheduling a domestic industry meeting in Nogales, Ariz., for Oct. 29.

Naturipe pushes 1-pound blueberry pack as standard


ANAHEIM, Calif. — Naturipe Farms LLC, Salinas, hopes to move the blueberry industry toward using a 1-pound clamshell as its base pack, similar to the way the strawberry industry moved out of pint baskets to 1-pounders several years ago.

Florida port to start Mexico service


Port Manatee plans to start direct, weekly service to Mexico that is touted as being the quickest from the U.S. Gulf to Mexico.

Spinaca Farms launches organics brand


Gilroy, Calif.-based Spinaca Farms Inc. has a new label, La Colline Organics.

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Market Scope - Mangoes — F.o.b.s as of Oct. 27


BRAZIL — Imports (58-41*-70) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat one-layer tommy atkins 7-9s $9-9.50, 10s $8.50-9, 12s $8-8.50, 14s $7-7.50. Quality generally good. *revised.


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