Mango prices crash due to overlap from key growing regions

An oversupply of mangoes in the Australian market has seen the price for a box drop $10 in the past week. Growers say mango prices have plummeted in the past week because of an overlap of supply from key growing regions. They say this is the lowest price they have seen for mangoes in more than three years
 
While it's terrible news for growers, consumers can now expect to see a price drop for mangoes at the supermarket according to www.abc.net.au

The mango harvest has started earlier than expected for many growers in Far North Queensland due to a hot and humid spring. This has coincided with the Northern Territory and Burdekin growing regions running behind in their seasons.

 


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