International Fresh Produce Association is committed to providing members with relevant market data and insights to guide their business considerations and decisions. This paper discusses the mango market in the United States from September 1, 2021, to August 31, 2022. The data was collected and analyzed by Ag Tools.
“Throughout 2022 the mango market grew. U.S. consumers consumed more than 1.1 billion pounds of mangoes from 14 world regions showing its increasing popularity.”
– Joe Watson, IFPA Vice President Retail, Foodservice, Wholesale.
More than 1.1 billion pounds of mangoes were sourced from 14 regions, all of them outside the United States. However, more than 93.6% of the supply is concentrated in four main regions:
- Mexico: 63.5%
- Peru: 11.4%
- Brazil: 9.7%
- Ecuador: 8.9%
During the study period, the market grew almost 11% or 115 million pounds: from 1.05 billion pounds in 2021 to 1.17 billion pounds in 2022.
- Mexico’s volume grew 13%, higher than the overall average growth, resulting in a greater market share.
- Peru lost market share – from 14% to 11.4% -- with volume dropping from 146 million pounds in 2021 to 133.8 million pounds in 2022.
- Out of the four primary regions, Brazil had the largest volume increase at 53.7%, with market share growing from 7% to 9.8%.
- Ecuador’s volume grew 15% more than the market average, reaching more than 104 million pounds.
- The minor regions, in aggregate, had a volume decrease of 13%.
Read IFPA’s analysis of the U.S. mango marketplace in 2021-2022 to understand:
- Seasonal trends
- Regional differences
- Import stats and crossings
- Marketplace implications
Mango is growing among the tastes of consumers in the United States, and this trend is expected to continue as new generations seek to include this type of food in their diet. Mango is increasingly seen less as an “exotic fruit” in the United States. During 2022, the mango market in the United States grew almost 11%, going from 1.05 billion pounds in 2021 to 1.17 billion pounds.