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Mango harvest update from the National Mango Board


Overview of mangoes supplies in the U.S. market, complemented by charts from Agronometrics.


Original published in FreshPlaza.com on September 23, 2021 

According to the Mango Harvest Report from the National Mango Board (NMB), updated September 17, 2021, the mango volume shipped in the week ending on September 11 amounted to approximately 2,975,767 boxes (2% higher than the previous week's shipment of 2,919,974 boxes).

Historical volumes (in KG) of mangoes supplies in the US Market 
Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics.
(Agronometrics users can view this chart with live updates here)

Mexican harvest Information for 11/09/2021

The volume shipped from Mexico amounted to approximately 1,907,527 boxes, bringing the season's total to 75,945,991 boxes. This week's volume is 6% lower than the volume shipped the previous week.

During the same week last year, the volume shipped from Mexico stood at approximately 1,788,886 boxes, which brought the total to 76,448,153 boxes.

The EMEX mango season ended on September 4, 2021 with a total volume of approximately 58.5 million boxes (4 kg).

Haiti harvest Information for 11/09/2021

Volume shipped from Haiti was not reported.

During the same week last year, the volume shipped from Haiti reached approximately 756 boxes, bringing the total to 2,574,057 boxes.

Harvest information from Brazil for 09/11/2021

The volume shipped from Brazil reached approximately 1,062,368 boxes, bringing the season's total to 3,984,596 boxes. This week's volume is 20% higher than the one shipped in the previous week.

During the same week last year, the volume shipped from Brazil amounted to approximately 771,109 boxes, bringing the total to 2,227,332 boxes.

Harvest information from Ecuador for 09/11/2021

The volume shipped from Ecuador reached approximately 5,872 boxes.

During the same week last year, the volume shipped from Ecuador was not available.

Future volumes

The mango volumes to be shipped in the period from week 37 (09/18/2021) through week 44 (11/06/2021) are estimated to be 6% lower compared to last year, with arrivals expected from week 38 through week 45.

Volumes (in Kg) of mangoes  in the US Market, by origin 
Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics.
(Agronometrics users can view this chart with live updates here)

The National Mango Board (NMB) publishes this report on a regular basis using information from industry organizations, as well as other sources, in an effort to provide the best available information on shipment projections, confirmed arrivals, variety and size availability, as well as other figures considered useful to the U.S. mango market. The full report is available here.

The News in Charts is a collection of stories from the industry complemented by charts from Agronometrics to help better tell their story.

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