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NATIONAL MANGO BOARD (NMB) WEEKLY MANGO PROJECTION







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Mango Market News

Mango volume shipped on week ending 2/7/15 was approximately 1,135,422 boxes. 
  • Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped was approximately 1,531,945 boxes.
  • Detailed variety information has been added to the NMB Crop Report.Click here to get the report.
  • Please note: Mexico's projections for Michoacán will be posted as soon as we receive them from EMEX.


Peru Mango Crop Information
  • The Peruvian season began in December and will run until mid-April with a projection of approximately 9 million boxes.
  • Peru's main varieties are Kent (95%) and Haden (5%).
Volume shipped on week ending 2/7/15
  • Volume shipped from Peru was approximately 981,288 boxes for a total of 6,018,338 boxes for the season.
    • Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Peru was approximately 1,403,462 boxes for a total 9,314,412 boxes in 2014.
  • Peru's projections for the next three weeks are approximately 858,375 boxes for week ending 2/14/15, 711,375 boxes for week ending 2/21/15 and 606,375 boxes for the week ending 2/28/15.
Average price on week ending 2/7/15
  • Kent weekly average price per box at the South Florida entry port was  $7.94 which decreased 11% from previous week ending 1/31/15. 
    • Compared to the same week in 2014, Kent weekly average price was $8.19.
  • Kent weekly average price per box at the Southern Californiaentry port was $11.20 which decreased 1% from previous week ending 1/31/15. 
    • Compared to the same week in 2014, Kent weekly average price was $6.83.
  • Kent weekly average price per box at the Philadelphia entry port was $8.15 which decreased 10% from previous week ending 1/31/15.
    • Compared to the same week in 2014, Kent weekly average price was $7.75.


Mexico (Oaxaca and Chiapas Only) Mango Crop Information
  • The Mexican season for Oaxaca and Chiapas region began at the end of January and will run until June with a projection of approximately 14 million boxes. 
  • Weekly projections for Oaxaca and Chiapas only have been updated until April 4, 2015.
  • Oxaca's and Chiapas' main varieties are Ataulfo (57%) and Tommy Atkins (43%)
  • Please note: Information provided for Mexico is for the Oaxaca and Chiapas region only.

Volume shipped on week ending 2/7/15
  • Volume shipped from Mexico (Oaxaca and Chiapas Only) was approximately 143,244 boxes for a total of 197,580 boxes for the season.
    • Compared to the same week last year,volume shipped from Mexico was approximately 128,483 boxes for a total of 137,930 boxes in 2014.
  • Mexico's projections (Oaxaca and Chiapas Only) for the next three weeks are approximately 284,634 boxes for week ending2/14/15, 435,576 boxes for week ending 2/21/15 and 603,354 for week ending 2/28/15.
  • Please note: Mexico's projections for Michoacán will be posted as soon as we receive them from EMEX.


Nicaragua Mango Crop Information
  • The Nicaraguan season began in February and will run until the end of April with a projection of approximately 1 million boxes.
  • Nicaragua's main varieties are Tommy Atkins (75%), and Keitt (25%).
Volume shipped on week ending 2/7/15
  • Volume shipped from Nicaragua was approximately 10,910 boxes for a total of 16,365 boxes for the season.
    • Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Nicaragua was approximately 16,190 in 2014
  • Nicaragua's weekly projections will be posted as soon as we receive them from Nicaragua Mangos S.A.


Guatemala Mango Crop Information
  • The Guatemala season will begin in March and will run until May with a projection of approximately 4.8 million boxes.
  • Guatemala's main varieties are Tommy Atkins (94%), Ataulfo (4%) and Kent (1%)



Please note: U.S. entry ports report incoming mango volume on different schedules. Some report daily, some weekly and a few report all the volume for an entire month at one time. This will cause discrepancies between the volume shipped from the source and the volume arrived at the U.S. entry ports in any given week. 







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Alphonso (mango)
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Come this summer pamper your loved ones abroad with a box of delicious mangoes through DHL’s Express Easy Mango service, a unique one-stop-shop and hassle-free service for gifting mangoes all across the world.






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