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UPDATE FROM PERU MANGO REGION ...

First arrivals in January
Peruvian mango season delayed


The Peruvian mango season has been delayed this year and the harvest will also be smaller than last year. 
This as told by Eryvan Pyres of the company Fruitmarket.

A few weeks ago he was part of a group on a visit to the region Piura, the most important production area for mangoes in Peru.



According to Eryvan there are various reasons for the late season. 
"Temperatures this season were lower than normal and less was invested for feeding - water - and plant provision in the area. 

This as a result of the money losing season last year.

 In addition the mango is a bi-annual plant. The one year production is good, but the harvest is normally smaller the next year."



The fruit is still very small compared to the same period last year. 
"Also there are still many flowers, while last year alot fruit of all sizes was already available round about this time."



The European season starts later this year than last year as a result…

SOMEHOW, AN ARTICLE ABOUT TURKEY SEEMS MOST APPROPRIATE !!! ...

Honorable

Mr. Will Cavan

Executive Director

International mango Organization (IMO)

Vista, California









Hello Sir;


Thank you for your esteemed organization.

l am sending the news about Fresh Turkiye and the pitures
thank you for your interest.


Warm Regards,















Fresh Turkiye Fruits, Vegetables, Organic Harvest, Storage and Logistic fair was under the auspices of The Republic of Turkey Ministry of Food Agriculture and Livestock and had support from the Mediterranean Exporters Union, Turkey Vegetable and Fruit Brokers Federation, Anatolia Fruit and Vegetable Brokers and Businessmen's Association, Istanbul Fresh Fruit Vegetable and Garden Brokers Association, opened its doors on 17 November. 


Fresh Turkiye ’11 opened with the participation of 160 companies.


Which opened its doors to visitors on Thursday November 17 at 14:00 pm , The fair has experienced a very intense visitor traffic. 

With domestic and international senior managers the opening was quite spectacular. 













The fair, visited by mainly in USA, …

$1.00 CAN MAKE SUCH A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE'S LIFE...AS USA PREPARES TO GIVE THANKS FOR BOUNTY, PLEASE HELP THOSE LESS FORTUNATE...

Wednesday, November 23rd It's Food Week!
 In anticipation of stuffing both turkeys and ourselves this Thanksgiving, we're featuring a variety of nonprofits this week that tackle hunger in some unique ways. We can't think of a better way
to say "thanks" for all that we have than to share it. $1 Feeds a Child for a Day,
$5 Feeds Them for Life
Many organizations deliver food to areas suffering through human crises, and there's never too much you can give to such causes. Today's group relieves hunger, then they focus on helping these communities get back on their feet to feed themselves again in the long term.  Your donation of $1 feeds a child for a day, and $5 will provide a family with a fruit tree that will feed them for generations.  Give $1 Connect with us:Follow us on TwitterBecome a fan You're receiving this newsletter because you are subscribed to Philanthroper.com. Contact us at info@philanthroper.com
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CALIBRES Y VOLUMEN MENORES A RAIZ DE CLIMA FRIO PARA MANGO DE ECUADOR ...

Ecuador: Clima en Ecuador dificulta las exportaciones de mango


23 de Noviembre de 2011




El sector estima que los envíos al exterior, producto de la cosecha que arrancó en octubre y que se extenderá hasta enero, bordearán las 9 millones de cajas de mango, una cifra similar a la que se obtuvo en la última campaña de exportación.

Un atraso en la cosecha, provocado por factores climáticos, impedirá que en esta temporada se logre exportar más de 10 millones de cajas de mango, como sucedió en la campaña 2007-2008, cuando el sector tuvo uno de sus registros exportables más altos.

El sector estima que los envíos al exterior, producto de la cosecha que arrancó en octubre y que se extenderá hasta enero, bordearán las 9 millones de cajas de mango, una cifra similar a la que se obtuvo en la última campaña de exportación.

Bernardo Malo, exportador y presidente de la Fundación Mango Ecuador, explicó que no se espera un incremento mayor debido a que el clima ha afectado la agricultura. “Hubo días fríos, e…

MOL ENCORE DISCHARGES THANKSGIVING BOUNTY AT PORT OF LOS ANGELES ON November 21, 2011

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






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








November 23, 2011








Mangoes are arriving in increasing quantity from Ecuador.


MOL vessel ENCORE discharged 32 containers for nine west coast USA importers at the Port of Los Angeles on November 21, 2011








USA IMPORTERS:


FRESKA PRODUCE received 10 containers from DUREXPORTA S.A. for a total of 52,800 (4kg) cartons of mangoes from Ecuador.


C.H. ROBINSON received seven containers from PIVANO S.A. for a total of 36,960 cartons.


SPLENDID PRODUCTS received six containers from four shippers for a total of 30,768 cartons.


AMAZON PRODUCE received three containers from PIVANO S.A. and one containers from REFIN S.A. for a total of 21,120 cartons.


BORG PRODUCE received one container with 5,280 cartons from AGRIVICSA.


COAST TROPICAL received one container with 5,280 cartons from RICABERTO S.A.


PACIFIC ORGANIC received one container of organic mangoes from PILOT S.A. with 5,016 cartons.


U.S. FR…

MANGO TREE BRINGS BOUNTY FOR SOUTH FLORIDA JEWISH GROUP ...

Mangoes open doors for Shluchim
Posted Wednesday, Nov 23 2011 12:07am in Chabad News
BY KAREN SCHWARTZ - CHABAD.ORG/NEWS




Last December, Rabbi Chaim and Chaya Mushka Slavaticki moved to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to open a new Chabad-Lubavitch center.

Despite the fact that they moved to a region already served by dozens of Chabad Houses, and concentrated their early efforts on meeting as many people in the local Jewish community they could, the beginning was tough. For starters, says the rabbi – one of thousands of Jewish scholars, educators, Chabad-House directors, principals and community leaders from all over the world heading to New York this week for the annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries – people lived in access-controlled buildings, which made first approaches by knocking on doors difficult.


In the end, it was nearly 100 mangoes a day falling from the trees in front of their home that played a large role in connecting them with community members. For a week, r…

(IE VERSION) CINCINATTI AREA MANGO RETAIL REPORT for November 23, 2011 ...

Cincinnati mango retail report, 11/23/2011


The report from this morning:

Noticeable difference in appearance between Brazil and Ecuador fruit. Wal-Mart is out of mangoes.








Wal-Mart store in Florence, KY on 11/23/2011 – no mangoes, produce manager also confirmed this.









Kroger store at Union, KY on 11/23/2011 – the price is 4/$5, Ecuador mangoes.
















Meijer store in Florence, KY, on 11/23/2011 – the price is 3/$5, Brazil mangoes.











Remke’s store in Florence, KY on 11/23/2011 – the price is 2/$3, Brazil mangoes.












This report is made possible thanks to the weekly effort of:
Max Komjathy Marathon Fruit www.marathonfruit.com




MANGO RETAIL REPORT FOR THE CINCINATTI AREA (November 23, 2011)

Cincinnati mango retail report, 11/23/2011


The report from this morning:

Noticeable difference in appearance between Brazil and Ecuador fruit. Wal-Mart is out of mangoes.







Kroger store at Union, KY on 11/23/2011 – the price is 4/$5, Ecuador mangoes.










Meijer store in Florence, KY, on 11/23/2011 – the price is 3/$5, Brazil mangoes.









Remke’s store in Florence, KY on 11/23/2011 – the price is 2/$3, Brazil mangoes.











Wal-Mart store in Florence, KY on 11/23/2011 – no mangoes, produce manager also confirmed this.




This report was made possible thanks to the weekly effort of:
Max Komjathy Marathon Fruit Company www.marathonfruit.com





NURSERY THAT STARTED OUT AS A MANGO GROVE, ABOUT TO MAKE A COMEBACK IN THE HANDS OF 2ND & 3RD GENERATION OWNERS ...

Daughter, granddaughter of founders restart the Treehouse Nursery

November 22, 2011
By FRAN THOMAS - pineisland@breezenewspapers.com , 
Cape Coral Daily Breeze



Back in 1976, Bob and Vivian Murray started Tree-house Nursery with a mango grove in Bokeelia. Their daughter Lianne Murray and granddaughter Allisyn Ramirez along with her husband Mario have recently restarted the business.

Although Allisyn is a critical care registered nurse and Lianne an intensive care registered nurse, the women decided to forego those careers in order to preserve the family business. Being nurses, they enjoy the health benefits of the fruit and the opportunity to spend time outdoors in nature.

Both women have fond early memories of the business. Lianne learned tree grafting in Miami when she was only 14. She is now teaching her daughter and son-in-law the technique.

The nursery boasts in excess of 50 varieties of tropical fruits, spices and fruit and flowering trees sold at retail and wholesale including 20 types…