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Australian mango season finishing on a high

This year the Australian mango season is expected to finish on a high, with predictions of the second biggest crop the industry has produced.
While the record volumes of last year are not expected, it is forecast that around 10 million trays will have been dispatched by the end of the season.

Quality of fruit has been exceptional, with flavour tests returning excellent results across all the varieties in all growing regions.
To celebrate another great season, the Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) and indeed the mango industry are gearing up for the biennial industry conference, which will be held from Tuesday, 14 to Friday, 17 May in Darwin.

AMIA is extending the invitation to all of those involved in the mango industry.

This is the Australian mango industry’s premier event and only happens every two years! There’ll be a range of presentations given that covers the entire supply chain and focuses on the two moments of truth for consumers—quality and taste.

Be part of what is set be the greatest event yet, by registering to attend or become a conference exhibitor and/or sponsor.

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