The USDA announced the appointment of seven members to serve on the National Mango Board. The member appointed for the first handler position will begin their term immediately.
Predictably, post-Thanksgiving green bean prices are falling faster than the snow across the Midwest. Average prices are down -37 percent over the previous week.
dVida Company, an importer specializing in tropical fruit, announces year-round availability for their mango and dragon fruit programs
Buckle up and prepare to see significant fluctuations in the supply and prices of products grown in the Salinas/Watsonville areas.
Mission Produce, Inc. a world leader in sourcing, producing, and distributing fresh Hass avocados, today announced expansion plans for its forward distribution center (FDC) in Dartford, England, to double ripening capacity and establish mango operations in response to the branch’s growing success.
Mango plantations (and other crops) were greatly affected by heavy rainfall, generating very high humidity, to which was added high temperatures that have been between 2 and 3 degrees above the average of the last 20 years.
Over the weekend, the slow-moving tropical storm named Ophelia brought heavy rain to the Carolinas and Virginia. The storm delivered flooding and power outages to coastal communities.
Announcing a significant development in the industry, Splendid By Porvenir, a leading grower/shipper in the produce industry, proudly unveils its latest new product: the Keitt Kong Mango label.
The National Mango Board and Florida State University (FSU) Athletics are proud to announce a new marketing partnership that promises to bring a fresh and flavorful twist to the world of collegiate sports.
To help its mango demand, Splendid by Porvenir recently introduced a new sleek Jaguar 9 lb. Honey mango box to display at store level.