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Empacadoras de Mango de Exportación Forecasts 36 Million Boxes of Mexican Mangos During Q2 2015

Empacadoras de Mango de Exportación Forecasts 36 Million Boxes of Mexican Mangos During Q2 2015



ORLANDO, FL - As far as Mexican mangos go, the National Mango Board (NMB) is expecting the season to pack quite a punch, encouraging retailers and those in the mango industry to focus on promotions that will help move the highest volume on record.

Manuel Michel, Executive Director, National Mango Board“By communicating this information, we hope it will give everyone involved in the process the opportunity to plan ahead and prepare for better results,” Manuel Michel, NMB’s Executive Director, said in a press release.

Empacadoras de Mango de Exportación (EMEX), the organization that represents Mexico’s mango export packing facilities, forecasts approximately 36 million boxes of mangos will be imported during the Q2 2015, ten percent higher than the 33 million boxes imported this time last year. Mexican mango imports during Q2 2015 are also expected to be three percent higher than the current record set in 2013.

The Mexican mango season is expected to continue through September, in which the NMB stated it will continue to work closely with EMEX and other foreign mango organizations to help forecast weekly shipments and arrivals of mango crops to the U.S.

During that time the NMB will continue to issue additional updates and projections in the market as the information becomes available, so continue to follow AndNowUKnow.

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