My Mango Weekly Roundup - the latest forecasts and market news
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14 March 2017
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Welcome to the latest edition of AMIA’s My Mango, your weekly roundup of the latest industry forecasts, wholesale prices and marketing activities, delivered to your inbox every Tuesday throughout the season.

From the team at AMIA.

Crop Forecast

As the season progresses in each region, the timing of harvest for each variety and weekly volume estimates will be adjusted. Please check the updated forecast and crop flow tables as they are released. 

Click to view crop forecast online

Regional Reports

Mareeba and Dimbulah

Small volumes of Brooks were dispatched to market last week and the season in this region is now finished.

South East and Central Queensland

Small volumes of Keitt and Brooks were dispatched last week, small volumes of fruit are expected next week.

Gingin (Southern Western Australia)

Very small volumes of Kensington Pride were dispatched to market last week, less than 500 trays. More fruit is expected over coming weeks.
The AMIA team will add to these regional descriptions as more information becomes available.

Crop Flow

Last week’s dispatched tray volumes from Mareeba/Dimbulah, South East and Central Queensland and Gingin (Southern Western Australia): 5,492 trays.

Mango Industry Standards

Our industry standards for dry matter and brix for key varieties are in the table below.
Variety Dry Matter Brix
KP 15% 14°
Calypso 15% 14°
Honey Gold 15% 14°
R2E2 13% 12°

Weekly Wholesale Prices

The following prices offer a snapshot of the main varieties of mangoes being sold in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide markets over the past week. The prices below are based on a standard tray* unless otherwise indicated. To view the complete price data for last week, or view daily prices, please click here.


11th Australian Mango Conference

The first program for the 11th Australian Mango Conference is available here, which will be held in Bowen, north Queensland from Tuesday 2-Friday 5 May.

We also have some exciting social events planned and it will also be a great opportunity to catch up with your industry colleagues, reflect on another mango season and plan for future seasons. Get a taste of what to expect from the last conference here.

Don’t miss this year’s conference, at the birthplace of the Australian mango industry.
Register Now!

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For a sponsorship prospectus or If you have any questions about the conference, please don’t hesitate to contact the AMIA team on 07 3278 3755 or by emailing or

What our growers have to say about the mango conference:

“Attending the last two mango conferences I felt we were finally becoming a united industry and achieved many of our objectives. If you want to participate and have a say in the future and direction of your industry. You should attend the 11th Australian Mango Conference.”

President of NTMIA - Leo Skliros.



The press office has seen another week of recipe coverage, with Body & Soul's recipes for mango, coconut and oat tart and salmon tacos with avocado and mango salsa, and Over Sixty's recipe for prawn and macadamia salad by Lyndey Milan. 
Meanwhile, the media has focused on women in the mango industry, as Fairfax Agricultural Media published a story across all their titles, mentioning Jessica Fealy's nomination for Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) Rural Women's Award. Similarly, ABC Radio and Fairfax Agricultural Media both discussed Marie Piccone's recognition in the Business Women's Hall of Fame. 


In social media, the Instagram page is showing no signs of slowing down, with two competitions contributing to a huge upswing in follower numbers. 
Indeed, influencers @afruityfitlife and @steph182x both ran competitions, encouraging their community to tag a friend and follow our page in an effort to win a free tray of delicious mangoes, all-the-while letting everyone know that mangoes are still in season! The two competition posts have seen a total of 150 comments and 2,109 likes! 
This activity has helped drive over 400 new followers to the page in just under one week, helping to expand our community and letting mango lovers around Australia know that mangoes are still in season and available in stores! 

For more information, please contact Elisa King, Marketing Manager at Horticulture Innovation Australia on: (02) 8295 2332 or

Contact AMIA

Robert Gray
Chief Executive Officer
0418 737 861

Trevor Dunmall
Industry Development Manager
0400 808 689

Treena Welch
Marketing Manager
0417 001 253

Jessica Mitchell
Supply and Communications Manager
0458 803 220

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