Greg McMahon has been elected as AMIA’s 5th Chairman following the Annual General Meeting held in Mutchilba (Mareeba) on 10 May 2016.
The Australian Mango industry kicked off the pre-season regional grower workshops this week in the Northern Territory.
US consumers will be able to buy and enjoy Australian mangoes off their supermarket shelves this week with the first consignment arriving in the United States since a new export arrangement was finalised by the Coalition Government last month.
The much anticipated first shipment of Australian mangoes sent to the USA have left our shores and are expected to arrive within days.
American consumers will be able to get their hands on Australian mangoes, thanks to new market access arrangements recently agreed between USA and Australian authorities.
The solidarity and strength of the Australian horticulture industry was demonstrated by the recent launch of the Voice of Horticulture, according to the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Mango Industry, Robert Gray.
Mango exports will be the topic of conversation when the Federal Minister for Agriculture, the Hon. Barnaby Joyce, visits mango producers in the Katherine region on Friday, 21st November.
Ready, set, GO. It’s mango season!
There is nothing more decadent that a juicy mango to kick off a celebration. This season, the golden King of Fruits has become the symbol of the Brisbane Markets’ golden anniversary as it celebrates its 50 years of moving to the Rocklea site from the city markets – that’s half a century of selling the Lovin’ Summer, Lovin’ Mangoes fruit.
Australian horticulture and agriculture leaders have welcomed news that motions to oppose the hard-fought changes to statutory levies have today been withdrawn in the Senate.