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Industry votes to drop frozen fruit from Mango Promotion Board

The National Mango Board will no longer promote frozen mangoes after a recent vote, in which a majority of importers of the frozen fruit rejected participation in the board.

USDA responds to South African mango request with draft assessment

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking comments on a pest risk assessment for allowing South African mangoes into the U.S.

Vote on whether to continue mango order set

Mango importers and handlers will be voting on whether to continue the Mango Promotion, Research and Information Order, and if frozen should continue to be part of the program.

Load of mangoes includes $6.4 million of meth

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in South Texas recently made another multi-million-dollar seizure of methamphetamine hidden in fresh produce, this time in mangoes.

National Mango Board to host marketing-focused webinar Aug. 18

The National Mango Board will present next week a webinar entitled “Breaking Point or Pivot Point? How a Microscopic Menace Ignited Monumental Marketing Changes.”

Whole?mango, fresh-cut mango, frozen mango sales seeing growth

National Mango Day is arriving on the heels of strong growth for sales of the fruit in the first half of 2020.

National Mango Board offers packaging seminar

The National Mango Board is presenting a web seminar on mango packaging in Spanish and Portuguese.

National Mango Board tackles topics at United Fresh LIVE!

The National Mango Board has a full schedule of activities for its virtual booth at the United Fresh LIVE! Expo June 15-18.

Cucumbers take top spot on PMG

The PMG top 20 was all shook up the week of June 1 as cucumbers knocked Haitian mangoes out of the No. 1 spot and oranges moved up a few places from the previous week to No. 2.

Summer produce heating up on PMG

Haitian mangoes continued their hold on the No. 1 spot on The Packer's PMG the week of May 25, while cucumbers gained a couple of spots to land at No. 2.