Download a PDF of the latest crop forecast for the 2017/18 season.
The Australian Mango Industry will be hosting the 2018 Grower Market Tour in Sydney from November 30th to December 3rd.
The 2018 pre-season roadshows have begun in earnest. Roadshows have been held in Kununurra, Katherine, Darwin, Bowen, Ayr and Mareeba. Australian Mangoes has been delighted by the turn-out and would like to thank the hundreds of participants who have attended meetings to date.
The 2017-2018 season has ended with the largest production in the history of the Australian Mangoes Industry. 10.7 Million trays (7kg equivalent) were sent to market representing a 25% increase in volume over the previous season. Retail prices decreased, but only by 10% leading to a 22% YOY growth in retail value. An excellent result for the industry.
Implementation of Mango PLU labels to incorporate GS1 DataBar for loose product traceability and scannability.
While many Australian producers are familiar with the challenges posed by Queensland fruit fly or Mediterranean fruit fly, there are other exotic fruit fly species that pose a similar threat to horticultural production, and they’re already on our doorstep.
Taste Australia is the whole-of-horticulture brand used by industry and Hort Innovation to
help increase the profile, sales and consumption of premium horticulture products in key export markets. Hort Innovation manage up to seven trade shows per year under the
Taste Australia brand.
In January, Samantha and Treena visited Western Australia to participate in the West Midlands Group Mango Industry Summit (in conjunction with the Southern Mango Growers Group (SMANGO)) and visit growers and their families on farms across the Carnarvon and Gingin regions.
The latest chemical update from AMIA.
This manual provides a guide to assessing the post-harvest quality of Australian Mangoes. It should be used in conjunction with the Mango Industry Quality Standards.