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PORT OF HOUSTON CRITICAL TO WHOLE MARKET APPROACH TO WINTER MANGO DEALS...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California


September 21, 2011






The port of Houston, Texas is a natural gateway for mangoes from South America. The big question is why so little volume is going through this distribition channel?

JAIN IRRIGATION LOOKS TO RESTRUCTURE FINANCING MECHANISM IN WAKE OF COCA-COLA JOINT-VENTURE TO ASSIST HIGH DENSITY MANGO PRODUCTION IN INDIA...

Stronger balance sheet, NBFC set-up key for Jain Irrigation

Jain Irrigation wishes to set up an NBFC, which would help in easing its cash flows
Mark to Market | Pallavi Pengonda




Last week, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd and Coca-Cola India Pvt. Ltd launched Unnati, a partnership project with farmers that would enable the adoption of ultra-high density plantation (UHDP) practice for mango cultivation.

CABEFRUT & COAST TROPICAL CONTINUE TO ENJOY COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE WITH THE PORT OF HOUSTON & HAMBURG SUD ROUTE....

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California


www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com




September 21, 2011




Import data reveals that Brazil shipper SECCHI sent one container each to Cabefruit of McAllen, Texas and Coast Tropical, of San Diego via the port of Houston.

BRAZIL TOMMYS TRADING IN THE MID 4 EURO RANGE...WHILE ISRAELI & SPANISH KEITTS FIGHT TO HOLD THE TOP OF THE MARKET HIGH 4 TO LOW 5 EURO

FOR PDF PRICE LIST ON ISRAELI KEITTS....






Download mangoIL210911.pdf







Courtesy of tacler.com / mango group