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LIGHT DROP AT PORT OF NY/NJ FOR MAERSK WISMAR ....

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




www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








December 06, 2011
















USA MARKET:


MAERSK vessel WISMAR delivered one container for VISION IMPORTS via the Port of NY/NJ from ARIEGRA with 5,280 (4kg) cartons.










CANADA MARKET:




ALIMENTS IMEX received two containers from PLANTEIN with 5,016 cartons each for a total of 10,032 (4kg) cartons.




A total of three containers were delivered to the Port of NY/NJ on this vessel.




This is in addition to volume discharged the same day, December 02, 2011 at the Port of NY/NJ by APL vessel HYUNDAI VOYAGER.









HYUNDAI VOYAGER DELIVERS PEAK ECUADOR MANGO VOLUME TO THE PORT OF NY/NJ ON DECEMBER 02, 2011 ...

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






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com














December 06, 2011
















APL vessel HYUNDAI VOYAGER delivered 25 containers for the USA market with 126,400 (4kg) cartons and 14 containers with 66,792 (4kg) cartons for the Canadian market as well as 4 containers in transit for the European market (Rotterdam)


A total of 219,592 (4kg) cartons were loaded on this vessel.






USA MARKET:


AMAZON PRODUCE received  15,840 cartons from DUREXPORTA plus 15,840 cartons from PIVANO plus 10,560 cartons from REFIN for a total of 42,240 (4kg) cartons.


PANORAMA SALES received 47,520 cartons from AGRIVICSA (26,400) and BLIX (21,120).


DAYKA & HACKETT received 15,840 cartons from PIVANO and 5,280 cartons from BLIX for a total of 21,120 cartons.




FRESKA PRODUCE received 15,840 cartons from DUREXPORTA.




TOP KATZ received two containers from DRNV with 10,560 cartons and one container from  ESPECIALCORP for a total of 15,840 cartons.


COAST TROPICAL recei…

WEST COAST USA ARRIVALS FOR WEEK 49 FROM ECUADOR ....

APL vessel INDIA delivered Ecuadorian mangoes through the port of Los Angeles on December 03, 2011











DOLE vessel ECUADOR delivered cargo via the Port of San Diego on December 03, 2011.


















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








www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








December 06, 2011








After an off week, volume from Ecuador arrived at west coast ports on December 3rd from Ecuador.




Port of Los Angeles:




The bulk of the volume was imported through the Port of Los Angeles.


142,296 (4kg) cartons of mangoes were distributed as follows:


FRESKA PRODUCE received 42,240 cartons from DUREXPORTA.


COAST TROPICAL received 36,960 cartons from RICABERTO.


C.H. ROBINSON received 21,120 cartons from PIVANO.


AMAZON PTRODUCE received 10,560 cartons from PIVANO.


BORG PRODUCE received 10,560 cartons from AGROVICSA.


SPLENDID PRODUCTS received from BRESSON.


BANANA COMPANY received 5,280 cartons from REFIN




PACIFIC ORGANIC received 5,016 cartons from PILOT.






Port of San Diego:




The same day, fo…

AMAZON PRODUCE: LAST MAN STANDING ON BRAZIL MANGO DEAL RECEIVES 8 CONTAINERS ...

THE LAST OF THE BRAZIL MANGOES FOR USA MARKET ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF PHILDELPHIA ON DECEMBER 02, 2011












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








www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








December 06, 2011












FINOBRASA shipped what look to be the last of the Brazil mangoes for the USA market to USA importer AMAZON PRODUCE.




CSAV LONCOMILLA delivered 44,352 (4kg) cartons on December 02, 2011 for USA importer AMAZON PRODUCE.

















THE MAN WHO REVOLUTIONIZED FLORAL INDUCTION IN THE PHILIPPINES: DR. RAMON BARBA & POTASIUM NITRATE ....

The process of inducing flowering of mango trees using potassium nitrate has revolutionized the mango market. 

Happy that his discovery is benefiting the farmers, the modest Dr. Ramón Barba almost forgot to patent it !















DR. RAMON BARBA: EL HOMBRE QUE REVOLUCIONO LA INDUSTRIA DEL MANGO EN LAS FILIPINAS Y EL MUNDO ...

El procedimiento para la floración de los árboles de mango mediante el uso de nitrato de potasio ha revolucionado el mercado del mango. 

Para el modesto Dr. Ramón Barba, la gran satisfacción de ver que su descubrimiento beneficia a los agricultores casi lo lleva a olvidar patentarlo.









REASONS MANGOES NEVER SET ... PERHAPS PERU DID NOT PAY ATTENTION ???....

MANGO LEGEND HAS CREATED 300 VARIETIES...LATEST NAMED FOR CRICKET STAR....

The master blaster has shattered many records and many of his fans have named their sons Sachin. 

But now, even a fruit has been named after the cricketing star. A rare talent, is now a rare variety of mango.

SOUTH FLORIDA MANGO TASTING AND OBSERVATIONS ....

At home mango tasting with 10 friends and 13 varieties of mango in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on August 8, 2010. 


BR gives brief descriptions of the types of home-grown mangoes on the table. In addition to the mango, the table included home-grown lychee, pineapple, carambola, and cecropia figs.


 2010 was a strange year for mangos and the season was late due to the winter weather. 

The mango varieties were (in order of appearance): Gary, Julie, Edward, Malika, Hayden, Kerry, Cogshall, and some volunteers nicknamed "Vanilla/Coconut": "Frank Atlass", "Tart Mutt", "George Johnson".

THE MANGOES OF INDIA ...VARIETIES BY REGION ...

MANGO INFLORESCENCE FROM THE VERY BEGINNING ...

An inflorescence is a group or cluster of flowers arranged on a stem that is composed of a main branch or a complicated arrangement of branches. Strictly, it is the part of the shoot of seed plants where flowers are formed and which is accordingly modified. 


The modifications can involve the length and the nature of the internodes and the phyllotaxis, as well as variations in the proportions, compressions, swellings,adnations, connations and reduction of main and secondary axes. 


Inflorescence can also be defined as the reproductive portion of a plant that bears a cluster of flowers in a specific pattern.

The stem holding the whole inflorescence is called a peduncle and the main stem holding the flowers or more branches within the inflorescence is called the rachis. The stalk of each single flower is called apedicel.

The fruiting stage of an inflorescence is known as an infructescence.

A flower that is not part of an inflorescence is called a solitary flower and its stalk is also referred …

AUSTRALIAN MANGO CROP OUTLOOK ....

OVERVIEW OF THE AUSTRALIAN MANGO INDUSTRY BY HADI LAGHARI.....

POSSIBLE ROUTES FOR 16th & 17th CENTURY MANGO MIGRATION

NEW PANAMA CANAL WILL CHANGE THE FACE OF WEST COAST USA PORTS ...

The Panama Canal Expansion Will Be A Supply Chain Game Changer

Thursday, December 01, 2011



by Gary Forger, MHIA Senior Vice President of Professional Development



The upcoming Panama Canal expansion is much more than just a story of bigger ships and increased trade for East Coast ports. It will also have a substantial impact on the U.S. supply chain and its efficiencies.

By lengthening, widening and deepening the locks, the Canal will accommodate much larger ships. In fact, the largest ships today carry just 5,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). When the expansion opens in 2014, that number will jump to as high as 13,000.

The combination of handling much more in fewer trips at lower cost is compelling. 

But it’s only part of the story.


Equally important is West Coast congestion. To begin, there’s the matter of moving all that cargo through Long Beach and other Pacific ports. There’s also the issue of where do the TEUs go next and how much effort does it take to move them to their stagin…

JOIN THE GROWING LIST OF POTENTIAL ATTENDEES AT THE 4TH GLOBAL MANGO CONFERENCE (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO) JUNE 2012 ...

THE FIVE PILLARS OF THE INTERNATIONAL MANGO ORGANIZATION (IMO)






I:


SUPPLY SIDE (GROWERS, SHIPPERS & ORGANIZATIONS)


SAMGA* ABSOLUTE FRUIT* AMIA* ASSIM AGRICULTURAL FARM* AUSTRALIA* BLIX* BRESSON* BRAZIL* CAMBODIA* CAMPOSOL* COCANMEX* COLOMBIA*COSTA RICA*DOMINICAN REPUBLIC* DUREXPORTA* ECUADOR* FRUITFORT* GUATEMALA* GUYANA* HAITI* INDIA* JAMAICA* LUFTABAD MANGOES* KENYA* MALI* MANBULLOO* MEXICO* MOZAMBIQUE* MYANMAR* NICARAGUA* NIGERIA* PERU* PHILIPPINES* PHOENIX EXPORT* QUIROZ GALVAO* SUNSHINE EXPORT* THAILAND* TRINIDAD&TOBAGO* VIETNAM*






II:


DEMAND SIDE (IMPORTERS,DISTRIBUTORS & RETAILERS)




USA:


ALBERTSONS* ALPINE MARKETING* AMAZON PRODUCE* BORG PRODUCE* COAST TROPICAL* CONTINENTAL FRESH* FOODSOURCE* FRESH KING* GROWERS ALLIANCE CORPORATION* JMB*  KROGER* MEIJER* NEW LIMECO* PUBLIX* CH ROBINSON*  SUNGATE* TAVILLA SALES* TMK* TOP KATZ* VISION IMPORTS* WALMART* WEGMANS* WHOLE FOODS*




EUROPE:


ANGEL REY* BUD HOLLAND* CMR FRUITS* CULTIVAR* MINOR,WIER&WILLIS* RIPENOW*  WEALMOOR*








CANADA:


BROA…

FRUITLOGISTICA EVENT WILL BE SETTING FOR ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING OF GLOBAL MANGO MARKETING & INFORMATION GROUP ...

FRUIT LOGISTICA at a glance

Date:

8-10 February 2012
9.00-18.00 hrs daily

Parallel to FRESHCONEX 2012. Tickets are valid for both events.

Exhibitors

Information about exhibiting at FRUIT LOGISTICA is available at Exhibitor Service



Visitors

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2011: About 56,000 visitors from 132 countries. Further information for visitors is available at Visitor Service

Visitors are from these business areas:
Importers and exporters
Production
Whole sale and retail trade
Packaging
Transporting and handling

Ticket prices


TicketOnline-Ticketingon-site/orderingOne-day ticket incl. catalogue 25,00 EUR 32,00 EUR


Permanent ticket incl. catalogue 55.00 EUR 73.00 EUR


Permanent ticket incl. catalogue for Fresh Produce Forum and FRUIT LOGISTICA 85.00 EUR 



For more information, visit:

http://www.fruitlogistica.de/en/








SUPPORT GAINING FOR MANGO MARKETING GROUP ...

Dear Rudolf,

Greetings from Paksitan,

Thank you very much for sharing the vision on mango marketing, promotion and information with us, we appreciate your work, the vision, with which you people are working across the globe, Pakistan has some excellent varieties of mangoes like Sindheri, Chaunsa SB and Chaunsa White, these are more sweeter, yellowish in coloure, pulpy and aromatic with a true flavour.

We would like to be a part of the working group, also would look forward seeing all of you at Fruit Logistica, 2012. 

As part of the mango growers community in Paksitan we are working to gather with Mr legheri and also in communication with Mr Will Cavan, IMO. We also share the same sentiments, which have been expressed by our friends.

Once again, It is a Great idea, we should be working to gather and share with each other, electronically or annually in a colloctive meetings, as a group. 

We extend to youself our support.

Best Regards.


Tariq Khan
1795-D, Justice Jabbar St,
Khurshed Colony,Multan
Lu…

ISRAEL SET TO TRANSFER TECHNOLGY TO INDIA VIA "CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE" ....

India, Israel to work together in 20 projects



India and Israel are set to work together in as many as 20 agriculture and water-related projects by creating Centers of Excellence (CoEs) across India, Israeli Ambassador Alon Ushpiz said today. 

He said one such CoE will be inaugurated next month at Sirsa, Haryana and it will focus of fruit research. 

"We finished the first one (CoE) about a year ago and it is focused on vegetables. Probably in a month we are going to inaugurate the second one which is focused on fruits. At the end of the day we are speaking of more than 20 projects and many of them (through) CoEs," Ushpiz told. 


Both the Governments are planning to create a fund dedicated to agricultural co-operation with contribution of $ 25 million each, Israel Agriculture Minister Orit Noked said earlier.



India and Israel have identified a number of fields for potential collaboration, including dairy production, post- harvest technologies, micro-irrigation and food processing, U…