The latest news and media releases from AMIA.
Australians can expect to taste the sunshine with fruit hitting supermarket shelves, in abundance, across the country.
“It’s been a great year in terms of the production volume of mangoes. This means Aussies can enjoy the sweet tropical flavour of Australian Mangoes for the rest of summer, and make sure they’re making the most of this prime crop.” said Brett Kelly, CEO of Australian Mangoes.
The Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) is pleased to announce that the International Market Access Assessment Panel (IMAAP) has supported its market improvement and access applications for mango exports to the USA and India using irradiation pathways. Both applications will now enter the country-specific pool and await the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry’s potential prioritisation for international trade negotiation.
In addition to the full company annual report for the 2021/22 financial year, Hort Innovation has released individual reports for each of the 37 industries they look after.
The Australian Mango Industry Association has been diligently working to enhance the experience of their members through targeted and exclusive members only tools. The newest manifestation of this has been a collaboration with Cam Hogan from Dollars Making Sense and industry to create a Cost of Production spreadsheet template specifically designed for mango growers. The spreadsheet was created through extensive consultation with industry and growers.