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Mango Crop Report Alert from the National Mango Board

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

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Mango Market News

Mango volume shipped on week ending 8/22/15 was approximately 1,097,160 boxes. 

Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped was approximately 1,014,541 boxes.

Detailed variety information has been added to the NMB Crop Report. Click hereto get the report.

Mexico M
ango Crop Information

The Mexican season began at the end of January and will run until mid September. 

Oaxaca, Chiapas, Michoacán, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Guerrero, Jalisco and Nuevo Leon main varieties until 8/22/15 are Ataulfo (35%), Tommy Atkins (40%), Haden (9%), Kent (11%), Keitt (4%) and Other (1%).

Volume shipped on week ending 8/22/15

Volume shipped from Mexico was approximately 664,728 boxes for a total of 64,048,013 boxes for the season.

Compared to the same week last year, volume shipped from Mexico was approximately 750,625 boxes for a total of 54,849,305 boxes in 2014.

Mexico's projections for the next three weeks are approximately 450,000 boxes for week ending 8/29/15; 100,000 boxes for week ending 9/5/15; and 100,000 boxes for week ending 9/12/15. 

Average price on week ending 8/22/15

Keitt weekly average price per box at the Nogales entry port was $7.93 which increased 7% from previous week ending 8/15/15.

Compared to the same week in 2014, Keitt weekly average price was $4.94.

Haiti Crop Information

The Haitian season began in March and will run until the end of August.

Haiti's main variety is Madame Francis (100%)

Haiti's Weekly projections are not available. 

Congratulations Haiti for a successful season ending on August 8, 2015 with a volume of approximately 2.5 million boxes. 

Special thanks to ANEM and especially Adélaïde Bartley Casséus for their contribution to the NMB Crop Report. 

Brazil Mango Crop Information

The Brazilian season began at the beginning of August and will run until November with a projection of approximately 6.7 million boxes.

Brazil's main varieties are Tommy Atkins (85%) and Palmer (15%).

Volume shipped on week ending 8/22/15

Volume shipped from Brazil was approximately 432,432 boxes for a total of 1,125,432 boxes for the season.

Compared to the same week last year,volume shipped from Brazil was approximately 257,022 boxes for a total of 719,724 boxes in 2014.

Brazil's projections for the next three weeks are approximately 609,840 boxes for week ending 8/29/15; 609,840 boxes for week 9/5/15; and 609,840 boxes for week ending 9/12/15.

Please note:
U.S. entry ports report incoming mango volume on different schedules; some report daily and some weekly. 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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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.

This unique service by DHL Express, the world’s leading express company, allows customers to send mangoes from India across the world to the following countries Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Hong Kong, Italy, Luxemburg, Maldives, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Qatar Singapore, Switzerland and Sweden.

Mangoes can be availed of free of cost by merely paying for the Air Express service. In addition, DHL Express assists customers with the necessary paperwork along with procurement of quality-grade Alphonso mangoes.

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