There is a positive mood in the mango market. Major import markets like Europe and the US have enough volumes. The only downside is that sizes in the US have been a bit smaller. Also in terms of production is there hardly any reason to complain. Although Brazilian growers are worried about a drought predicted for the end of the year, the situation is now good. Mexican exporters hope to be able to attract new markets through new technology. Spanish growers have harvested the first mangoes earlier than usual, and considering the good market conditions, prospects point to an extension of the campaign. The Chinese market is increasingly absorbing larger volumes, both domestic and imported. Only in the Philippines has the harvest been reduced in the first half of the year.
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