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USDA/AMS MANGO IMPORT DATA FOR WEEK ENDING FEB. 27, 2016

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Publisher
Mango World Magazine (MWM)












March 02, 2016









La Costa, California













The latest data published March 01, 2016 by the USDA/AMS reveals that we are currently in a gap with supplies from Peru winding down and we are waiting for the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico to get started.





The latest USDA/AMS import data for mangoes reveals that Mexico is currently crossing four to six loads of mango at both the Texas and Arizona borders for a total of approximately 70 loads per week.






For the week ending February 27, 2016, off shore sources shipped the following volume:











Australia:


Approximately 10,000 pounds of air freighted mangos entered the USA via LAX International Airport for the week ending February 27, 2016 according to USDA/AMS data.








Dominican Republic:


A total of two (40') sea container equivalents were imported via the Port of NY/NJ for the week ending February 27, 2016.







Peru:

A total of approximately 42 (40') sea …