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tacler.com EUROPEAN MARKET REPORT FOR WEEK 49 ....

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PRICES ARE FOT

ROTTERDAM AREA:



MONDAY, DECEMBER 05, 2011:


Brazilian Tommy Mangoes,



6s from 4.40 to 4.50,



7s from 4.25 to 4.75,

8s from 4.25 to 5 ,

9s from 4.25 to 4.75 ,

10s from 3.75 to 4.50 ,

12s from 3.50 to 4.50




FRIDAY, DECEMBER 09,2011:

Brazilian Tommy Mangoes,


6s from 3.75 to 4.50, (Floor dropped, movement slow)

7s around 4.25 , (Quality scarce, supplies tight)


8s from 4.25 to 5.25, (Floor stable supplies tighter)


9s from 4 to 5.25, (The spread moved up and down indicating that good quality was hard to find)


10s from 3.75 to 4.50 , (Range stable)


12s from 3.50 to 4.75 (Floor remained stable, upside moved .25 euro)




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THE PALLETIZATION DILEMMA...HOW HIGH DO YOU STACK ???...

PERUVIAN MANGOES PALLETIZED FOR AIR SHIPMENT.....








A PALLET OF ECUADORIAN MANGOES......























PERUVIAN MANGOES BEING PALLETIZED 252 X PALLET...














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








www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com












December 09, 2011








Brazil:


The Standard is 252 cartons per pallet X 22 pallets per container. (5,544 cartons)




Muranaka ships 273 cartons per pallet X 22 pallets per container. (6,006 cartons)






Ecuador:


The Standard is 240 cartons per pallet X 22 pallets per container. (5,280 cartons)


Some shippers load as light as 204 cartons per pallet X 22 pallets per container. (4,488 cartons)




Peru:


The Standard is 252 cartons per pallet X 22 pallets per container. (5,544 cartons)












THE MATH:




By adding  12 cartons per carton, an Ecuadorian shipper can save the cost of one sea container (5,544 cartons) every 21 containers.


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MANGOES WILL BE READY FOR MARKET IN FEBRUARY 2012 ....

Market Watch: Mangoes grown locally, really



Markov Farms is bringing the tropical fruit to Southern California farmers markets.









Valencia Pride mangoes (Bob Polito)




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Market Watch: The latest farmers market news 




by David Karp
Map: Explore your local farmers markets











By David Karp


Special to the Los Angeles Times

December 9, 2011, 12:09 p.m.




A few California farmers have long pushed the envelope by trying to grow crops like pineapples or lychees that are really a bit too tropical for local conditions but still tantalizing in their possibilities. 


A case in point is the mango, which just barely gets enough heat in the scorching Coachella desert to merit being grown commercially; all the more amazing that Markov Farms of Valley Center, located in a coastal climate zone even less well adapted to the fruit, is finally starting to market its crop at farmers markets, albeit with a catch.



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IMO LINKEDIN DISCUSSION GROUP GAINS SIX NEW MEMBERS IN THE PAST WEEK...

IMO LINKEDIN DISCUSSION GROUP GAINS SIX NEW MEMBERS THIS PAST WEEK.




BRINGING TOTAL MEMBERSHIP UP TO 183 AS OF TODAY (12/9/2011)




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