Since the National Mango Board’s (NMB) inception in 2005, the Board’s mission has been to increase the consumption of mangos in the United States. The Marketing, Research, and Industry Relations programs have been working hard everyday to achieve this mission, and as of the end of 2013 mango consumption has increased 53 percent since 2005 to
The National Mango Board (NMB) in conjunction with the University of California, Davis (Department of Plant Science) will be hosting a free Mango Ripening Webinar on Thursday, Apr. 24, 2014 at 4 p.m. Eastern time. This webinar will discuss why mango ripening is important to the U.S. consumer and how to utilize the NMB’s new Mango Handling and
On February 20-21, 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) hosted their annual Agriculture Outlook Forum: “The Changing Face of Agriculture”, where general session topics focused on the diversity and future of agriculture, as well as women in the produce industry. The National Mango Board’s (NMB) Jean Sapp, who was recently
Orlando, FL (March 3, 2014)—Fresh mango holds a very special place in the global culinary landscape, enhancing many of today’s most popular dishes. Chefs turn to the authentic flavors of Southeast Asia and India, locations where mango trees thrive, to fuel their menu creativity.
The National Mango Board (NMB) is calling for leaders in the mango industry to step forward and participate in the nominations process to become a board member. The NMB is seeking nominations for six board member positions with three-year terms beginning January 2015. The positions include three importers from District II, one domestic producer and two