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Nutrano celebrates a bountiful Lady Jane mango season

Nutrano celebrates a bountiful Lady Jane mango season

As the Nutrano Produce Group nears the conclusion of the 2023 mango harvest season in Katherine, NT, they reflect on a bountiful Lady Jane season. The Lady Jane mango, often hailed as the “Queen of Tropics,” boasts a unique and exquisite flavour profile that sets it apart from all other mango varieties. Its flavour is a harmonious blend of sweetness, juiciness, and a hint of tropical tang, ensuring an unforgettable eating experience.

CEO Jeremy Birt: “This year, we take great pride in announcing the successful harvest of well over a million Lady Jane mangoes. As part of our strategic expansion, young trees have entered production to support our reach into South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, and New South Wales. Anticipating double-digit growth, this remarkable achievement is a testament to the dedication and passion of our highly skilled farming team.”

The Lady Jane tree bore its first fruit in 2001, marking the beginning of a journey to create a mango variety that would tantalize the taste buds of consumers. The first commercial planting took place on Nutrano’s Eumaralla Farm in January 2013, setting the stage for Lady Jane to become a highly sought-after mango variety.

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