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.
This season industry is continuing to focus on quality. It is important that we give consumers that perfect tasting mango, from first bite, to continue to please our buyers and sell your product!
Download a copy of the 2016 Mango Quality Standards and Posters
A guide on the use of the F 750 meter in the orchard.
This guide is to help mango handlers identify the common defects that appear during handling in the supply chain. Correct identification and good feedback through the chain will identify where improvements can be made.
The mango quality team from the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries have developed a training movie, entitled ‘Mango quality training for supply chain members’ to inform supply chain members about mango quality.
This package was developed by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries under the HIA project Delivering information and technology to the mango industry.
A major project to revamp the industry’s quality standards got underway this year with Terry Campbell at the helm.
Consumer research has repeatedly shown that quality is one of the key drivers of mango sales. The two critical factors of quality that affect purchase, and repeat purchase, are appearance and flavour. This season, AMIA is focussed on improving mango quality across the board.
While the optimum conditions of transporting and ripening mangoes is more or less known throughout the industry, the inability to monitor and report these conditions can threaten the quality of fruit as it moves through the supply chain.