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NEW CHANGES AT FACEBOOK ANNOUNCED TODAY WILL FORCE WOULD BE ADVERTISERS TO PROVIDE VALUE...

What Facebook’s Changes Mean for Marketers
about 2 hours ago by Todd Wasserman14






                                                                                                                  Facebook’s bold list of changes, announced Thursday, will put more pressure on advertisers to come up with compelling content and integrate themselves further into consumers’ lives. 
The big loser? The “Like,” which will have a smaller role in marketing, industry analysts say.

IMO BLOG (MANGO WORLD MAGAZINE) TO CROSS OVER 80,000 PAGEVIEWS BY END OF MONTH ON TRACK TO HIT OVER 100, 000 PAGEVIEW "MILESTONE"BY YEAR END...

Recent activity has picked on the IMO BLOG (Mango World Magazine) with in depth coverage of the Brazil mango season.


Graph shows monthly pageviews since the Blog was activated in "Blogspot" format. Data in courtesy of Google Analytics:

MIDDLE EAST REVOLUTION ATTRIBUTED TO FOOD SPECULATORS...STUDY FINDS THAT TRADING MECHANISMS CREATED ARTIFICIAL SHORTAGES...

EUROPEAN MARKET REFLECTS BRAZIL VOLUME..."EXTREME PRICES FOR MANGOES ARE OVER"...SAYS TIMBAUBA IMPORTER

Lower mango prices due to bigger imports

The extreme prices for mango's are over. Albertus Steenbergen of Potipora Food Ltd says the production in Brazil has risen at the moment. "More has been coming this way the last few weeks which means the prices should connect to the higher volumes and the (for now) reduced demand."

NATIONAL MANGO BOARD (NMB) ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE FIRST EVER... (SMALL CHAIN STORE) ... "MANGO MANIA" DISPLAY CONTEST...

Winners announced for Mango Mania Display Contest

By Press Release | September 21, 2011


The winners of the first Mango Mania Display Contest have been announced by the National Mango Board. Participating stores competed for $10,000 in prizes and reported a collective 1,095 percent increase in mango volume compared to the same period in 2010. The contest was open to retailers with up to 50 stores.

MARKETS IN VISTA, CALIFORNIA SELLING MANGOES BETWEEN $1.25 AND $1.99 EACH TODAY...SEPTEMBER 22, 2011...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California


www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com




September 22, 2011






A survey of local pricing in Vista, California revealed a wide range of pricing and supply in the local market place.


Six locations were surveyed: WALMART, ALBERTSON'S, RALPH'S, FOOD 4 LESS, FRAZIER FARMS & COSTCO.



PARAGUAY CON MIRAS DE EXPORTAR SU MANGO AL MERCADO ARGENTINO...

Ajustan detalles
Paraguay exportará mangos a la Argertina

Paraguay tiene posibilidades climáticas y de suelo para exportar mango por primera vez al mercado argentino inicialmente, si cumple con algunos requisitos, afirmó Manuel Jimenez Solano, experto en mango de Costa Rica, quien dio un diagnóstico hecho en el departamento de Cordillera.



ECUADOR MANGO SHIPPERS ENJOY DEDICATED ROUTE DIRECT TO SPAIN, TURKEY & EASTERN EUROPEAN PORTS...

Maersk launches Med run

Maersk Line is deploying eight ships on a new service linking South America to Europe.





GLUT OF VESSELS ON THE MARKET LEADS TO RECORD YEAR FOR SCRAPPING OF OLD SHIPS...

Scrapping could set record

There are enough old nags leaving dry bulk to counter the arrival of fresh tonnage in the market, a leading shipping analyst has said.
With some 20m dwt heading for the exit in 2011, shipowners’ organisation Bimco says more could join them.



Capesize has seen most scrapping

MITSUI O.S.K LINE'S LOGISTICS ARM INCREASES PRESENCE IN AFRICA VIA DUBAI BASED PARTNER...

MOL Logistics Expands in 12 African Countries

Hisane Masaki | Sep 22, 2011 1:20PM GMT                                                                                                                                                  The Journal of Commerce Online - News Story



Signs contract with undisclosed Dubai-based freight forwarder

MOL Logistics (Japan) expanded its network in a dozen Africa countries by signing a contract with an undisclosed freight forwarder.

FORMER AGREXCO FOE MAKES TOP BID FOR FAILED ENTERPRISE AMOUNTING TO 7% OF VALUATION...

Bickel Flowers likely to buy Agrexco for NIS 40m

Gideon Bickel, once the Agrexco rebel, exporting flowers independently, is closing the circle by taking it over.
21 September 11 17:21, Avi Shauly and Ela Levy-Weinrib





Agrexco liquidator Adv. Shlomo Nass will likely recommend to the Tel Aviv District Court to accept the offer by flower grower Gideon Bickel for the business and assets of the agricultural produce exporter as a going concern.

PHILIPPINES MANGO GROWERS RECEIVE ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE FROM LOCAL DOLE OPERATIONS...

PIA Press Release
Thursday, September 22, 2011


300 mango, cassava growers from Bataan benefit from DOLE assistanceby Carlo Lorenzo J. Datu


BALANGA CITY, Bataan, Sept 22 (PIA) -- Approximately 300 people from Bataan, specifically coming from the municipalities of Limay and Samal recently benefited from the livelihood assistance given by the Department of Labor and Employment’s Integrated Livelihood Program (DILP).


BIG BREAK THROUGH FOR PAKISTANI MANGO EXPORTERS AT TRADE TALKS WITH USA: IRRADIATION PROCESS "IN COUNTRY" APPROVED FOR PAKISTAN...WILL BE ABLE TO SHIP DIRECT TO VARIOUS PORTS OF ENTRY IN USA...

TIFA negotiations: A case of irradiating mangoes

By Shahbaz Rana
Published: September 22, 2011



Trade talks between Pakistan and US bear fruit.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and the US have vowed to enhance economic cooperation despite soaring political tensions. Both countries have decided to continue trade negotiations with a view to an early finalisation of the Bilateral Investment Treaty. Among the agreements reached between the two countries was a loosening of regulation on mango exports.