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Frozen mango representatives join national promotion board

The National Mango Board has its first members representing frozen mangoes.

National Mango Board accepting nominations for 3-year terms

The National Mango Board, Orlando, Fla., is seeking nominations for board members whose terms begin in 2021.

Pesticide report: More than 99% of produce samples in compliance

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released its Pesticide Data Program Annual Summary, detailing results from 2018 tests of residues on produce and other items.

International mango, pineapple groups hire Patrick Kelly

The International Mango Organization and International Pineapple Organization hired Patrick Kelly as the director of innovation, a new role for both groups.

2019 Mango Retailer of the Year is Mary Zink of Wegmans

ANAHEIM, Calif. – The National Mango Board has named Mary Zink, product category manager for Wegmans, its 2019 Mango Retailer of the Year.

Smurfit Kappa debuts paper-based packaging for mangoes at PMA

Smurfit Kappa worked with the National Mango board and growers, shippers and retailer to create paper-based packaging suitable for the fruit, and it will be unveiled at the PMA’s Fresh Summit.

Planning a holiday get-together? Don’t forget the mangoes

As Thanksgiving and winter holidays approach, the National Mango Board wants consumers to know that pineapples aren’t the only fruit that pairs well with ham.
Oct 15, 2019 by Chris Koger #Produce Retail, #Mangoes

TerraFresh Organics citrus program starts soon

New fruit company TerraFresh Organics, Mill Valley, Calif., is starting out with citrus and mangoes under the Earth Greens Organic label.

Mango industry reception at PMA Fresh Summit

The National Mango Board and the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas is set to host the annual mango industry reception during Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.
Sep 30, 2019 by Cristin Shepard #PMA, #Mangoes

These retail stores won National Mango Board display awards

Who created the craziest, most eye-catching mango displays in their retail produce departments?