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Mango Crop Report Alert from the National Mango Board

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Mango Market News

Mango volume shipped on week ending 9/12/15 was approximately 785,016 boxes. 

During the same week last year, volume shipped was approximately 716,478 boxes.

Mexico Mango 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 9/12/15 are Ataulfo (35%),Tommy Atkins (40%), Haden (9%), Kent (11%), Keitt (4%) and Other (1%).

Volume shipped on week ending 9/12/15

Volume shipped from was approximately 341,496 boxes for a total of 65,885,400 boxes for the season.

During the same week last year, volume shipped was approximately 284,800 boxes for a total of 56,481,931 boxes in 2014.

Mexico's projections for week ending 9/19/15 is approximately 100,000 boxes.

Average price on week ending 9/12/15

Keitt weekly average price per box at the Nogales entry port was $7.10 which decreased 1% from previous week ending 9/5/15.

During the same week in 2014, Keitt weekly average price was $7.16.

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 9/12/15

Volume shipped was approximately 443,520 boxes for a total of 2,522,520 boxes for the season.

During the same week last year,  volume shipped was approximately 426,888 boxes for a total of 1,667,748 boxes in 2014.

Brazil's projections for the next three weeks are approximately 659,736 boxes for week 9/19/15; 693,000 boxes for week ending 9/26/15; and 693,000 boxes for week ending 10/3/15. 

Average price on week ending 9/12/15

Tommy Atkins weekly average price per box at the Philadelphia entry port was$11.15 which had no change from previous week ending 9/5/15.

During the same week in 2014, Tommy Atkins weekly average price was $9.13.

Ecuador Mango Crop Information

According to La Fundación Mango Ecuador, the Ecuadorian season will begin mid October.

Due to the "El Niño" weather phenomenon, warmer than normal temperatures are negatively affecting the mango flowering process in the Ecuadorian regions. 

It is therefore expected that the 2015-16 mango season will have approximately 20-25% less production. 

Weekly projections will be posted as soon as they are available. 

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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