Acumulado General Temporada
2012Total CajasTotal %DistribuidorGM PRODUCE
PRODUCE INTERNATIONAL LLC.4,100,9228.27%COAST
INT'L. LTD2,876,7525.80%LONDON FRUIT,
AMERICAN PRODUCE INC.9
Data is through August 21, 2012 and courtesy of EMEX (The Mexican Mango Packers & Exporters Association) ...
Total General por EstadosNAYARIT 8,964,834 JALISCO 2,548,471 ZONA LIBRE (NORTE SINALOA) 5,030,566 SINALOA 12,537,611 MICHOACAN 13,255,985 GUERRERO 137,341 NUEVO LEON - CHIAPAS 5,862,563 CAMPECHE 186,536 OAXACA 6,071,135 IRRADIADO 229,890 Total Temporada 2012 54,824,932
Check out the Los Mochis numbers !!!! (Fruit Fly free fruit & non Hot Water Treated)
They will porbably surpass Oaxaca and Chiapas in total exports !!!
Los Mochis is in northern Sinaloa, so Sinaloa state is largest exporter by far !!
Little old mochis will end up exporting nearly as much as Brazil to the USA!!
Total numbers fairly safe to say that this will be another record year volumewise for Mexican exporters!!
Considering that volume was tight for quite a few weeks during the 2012 season...60 million(4kg) cartons is not that far out of reach in the next few year…
First in an exclusive two-part interview with US Ambassador Phyllis Powers
Settling In: US Ambassador Phyllis Powers says Nicaragua is a diverse and interesting country (photo/ Tim Rogers)
By Tim Rogers/ Nicaragua Dispatch
August 23, 2012
MANAGUA, Nicaragua— When U.S. Ambassador Phyllis Power arrived in Nicaragua four months ago, she quite literally hit the ground running.
Less than two weeks after presenting her credentials to President Daniel Ortega, Ambassador Powers laced up her running shoes and won second place in Nicaragua’s inaugural 5-K “Green Race.”
“To be honest, I came in second for my age group (55-99),” Powers says with a smile. “But I was pleased; it was the first time I ever won anything.”
Powers has also hit the ground running diplomatically. After making the rounds of introductory kaffeeklatsch with government ministers and Sandinista apparatchiks, Powers delivered the cymbal crash to the prolonged drum roll over the fiscal-transparency and property waivers. It gave her the…
Isaac has remained nearly steady-state in its strength over the past 24 hours and the most recent reconnaissance reports indicate that the center of the storm is very ill defined. This lack in organization and strengthening is due to dry air to its north and northeast and some northeasterly wind shear. Over the next 24 to 36 hours, the environmental conditions are forecast to become more favorable and I think we will see Isaac strengthen as we head through the day today and especially as we get into tonight and Friday and Isaac is expected to become a hurricane during the day Friday.
Isaac is currently tracking nearly due west at a forward speed of 13 mph. The latest guidance correctly forecasted the reformation of Isaac to the south which occurred overnight and these models seem to suggest either a sharp turn to the northwest today or perhaps another reformation of the center of Isaac back to the north. After that, …