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The Mango Crop Report from the National Mango Board has been updated.








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Mango volume shipped on week ending 4/4/15 was approximately 2,802,820 boxes. 



Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped was approximately 3,387,026 boxes.




Detailed variety information has been added to the NMB Crop Report.


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Mexico Mango Crop Information


The Mexican season began at the end of January and will run until September with a projection of approximately 38.4 million boxes until 6/20/15.


Oaxaca, Chiapas, Michoacán, Nayarit, Sinaloa and Guerrero main varieties until 6/20/15 are Ataulfo (40%),Tommy Atkins (43%), Haden (12%), Kent (4%), Keitt (.01%) and Other (.33%).



EMEX projections for all packinghouses have been posted. North Sinaloa projections are not included.


Volume shipped on week ending 4/4/15

Volume shipped from Mexico was approximately 2,168,716 boxes for a total of 10,488,230 boxes for the season.


Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Mexico was approximately 2,335,780 boxes for a total of 9,278,650 boxes in 2014.


Mexico's projections for the next three weeks are approximately:

 2,388,437 boxes for week ending 4/11/15;

 2,473,967 boxes for week ending 4/18/15
 
and 

2,328,025 boxes for week ending 4/25/15.





Average price on week ending 4/4/15


Ataulfo weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port was $5.41 which decreased 2% from previous week ending 3/28/15.



Compared to the same week in 2014, Ataulfo weekly average price was $5.39.



Ataulfo weekly average price per box at the Nogales entry port was$7.34 which increased 12% from previous week ending 3/28/15.


Compared to the same week in 2014, Ataulfo weekly average price was $6.85.


Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port was $5.27 which decreased 2% from previous week ending 3/28/15. 


Compared to the same week in 2014, Tommy Atkins weekly average price was $6.56.


Haden weekly average price per box at the Texas entry port was$5.24 which decreased 3% from previous week ending 3/28/15. 


Compared to the same week in 2014, Haden weekly average price was $6.54.




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 4/4/15


Volume shipped from Nicaragua was approximately 89,292 boxes for a total of 942,817 boxes for the season.



Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Nicaragua was approximately 167,551 boxes for a total of 842,494 boxes in 2014.



Nicaragua's projections for the next two weeks are approximately 50,846 boxes for week ending 4/11/15; 17,002 boxes for week ending 4/18/15.




Average price for week ending 4/4/15


Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the South Floridaentry port was $4.98 which decreased 9% from previous week ending 3/28/15.


Compared to the same week in 2014, Tommy Atkins weekly average price was $7.20.






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%)






Volume shipped on week ending 4/4/15




Volume shipped from Guatemala was approximately 379,528 boxes for a total of 1,054,542 boxes for the season.



Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Guatemala was approximately 736,040 boxes for a total of 1,450,079 boxes in 2014.



Guatemala's projections for the next three weeks are approximately 575,000 boxes for week ending 4/11/15; 750,000 boxes for week ending 4/18/15 and 800,000 boxes for week ending 4/25/15.





Average price on week ending 4/4/15


Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the South Florida entry port was $4.98 which decreased 9% from previous week ending 3/28/15. 


Compared to the same week in 2014, Tommy Atkins weekly average price was $7.20.

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.









Crop Forecast Alert Subject Line




For each new Crop Report, we will compare the actual volume shipped to the projected volume for the previous week. This change is being implemented so industry members can get a quick snapshot of any unexpected changes in volume.



Volume shipped was more than 20% higher than projected, the subject line will say, "Volume shipped higher than projection."



Volume shipped was more than 20% lower than projected, the subject line will say, "Volume shipped lower than projection." 



Volume shipped was within a 20% variance from the amount projected for the week, the subject line will say, "Volume shipped stable compared to projection." 



Source: www.mango.org







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