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Mango Subsector

It consists of export-quality mango producing farms and six packing houses in Guatemala. The main activity is focused on maintaining the quality, productivity and competitiveness of the export mango sector, by working together with the sector's value chain. Mango plantations are gathered in the East Coast and South Coast regions, where the Subsector actively participates in the field by training producers.

3,720,593 4Kg-Cases.

The Subsector managed to recover its export volume, after the pandemic.

+15 Countries

The quality of the country's export mango is internationally competitive.

4 Varieties

The Subsector is currently working to provide a high-quality product to satisfy the demands of the various international markets.

Fresh mango varieties: Tommy Atkins Mango, Ataulfo Mango, Keitt Mango and Kent Mango

Product Categories

Mango tommy cortado

Tommy Atkins

Aroma: Small hints of tropical fruits and citrus

Flavor: Tart with sweet notes

Texture: Firm flesh due to fibers throughout

Color: A dark red blush often covers much of the fruit with green and orange-yellow accents.

Shape: medium to large with oval or oblong shape

Ripening Cues: This mango may not provide any visual cues. Squeeze gently to judge ripeness.

Peak Availability: from March through July

Dos mangos amarillos variedad ataulfo

Honey [Originally Ataulfo]:

Aroma: Tropical fruits and notes of peach

Flavor: Sweet and sour with tropical fruits notes

Texture: Smooth, firm flesh with no fibers

Color: Vibrant yellow

Shape: small, flattened oblong shape

Ripening Cues: Skin turns to a deep golden color and small wrinkles appear when fully ripe. Squeeze gently to judge ripeness.

Peak Availability: from March through July

mango Keitt

Keitt

 

Aroma: Lots of citrus notes

Flavor: Sweet and fruity

Color: Dark to medium green, sometimes with a pink blush over a small portion of the mango

Shape: Large oval shape

Ripening Cues: Skin stays green even when ripe. Squeeze gently to judge ripeness.

Peak Availability: from March through April, August and September

mango Kent cortado

Kent

Aroma: Peach and tropical fruits

Flavor: Sweet with hints of acid notes

Texture: Juicy, tender flesh with limited fibers

Color: dark green and often has a dark red blush over a small portion of the mango

Shape: Large oval shape

Ripening Cues: Kents have yellow undertones or dots that cover more of the mango as it ripens. Squeeze gently to judge ripeness.

Peak Availability: January, February and December

Rosio Martínezz

Rosio Martínezz

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration

Languages: Spanish, English

COORDINATOR OF THE MANGO COMMISSION

10 years of experience in Development of the Agricultural Sector. Mango business development. Business Administration. Negotiation.

15 Avenue 14-72, Zone 13

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