First 2022 mango tray sells for ,000 at Brisbane Produce Market auction

First 2022 mango tray sells for $20,000 at Brisbane Produce Market auction

The first box of mangoes for the season has been auctioned off, igniting a bidding battle for the first luscious taste of summer.

With the mango season officially launching on Thursday at the annual Brisbane Produce Market Mango Auction, the first tray of mangoes sold for $20,000 - with all proceeds going to charity
At the annual Brisbane Produce Market Mango Auction, which kicked off the mango season on Thursday, the first tray of mangoes sold for $20,000, with all proceeds going to charity.

Since its start in 2002, the annual first tray of mango auction has raised $1 million for Queensland charities.

At the annual Brisbane Produce Market Mango Auction, which kicked off the mango season on Thursday, the first tray of mangoes sold for $20,000, with the proceeds going to charity.

The annual first tray of mango auction has now raised $1 million for Queensland charities since its inception in 2002

Since its start in 2002, the annual first tray of mango auction has raised $1 million for Queensland charities.

The sale signifies the beginning of mango season in Australia, with the famous fruit appearing on store shelves in the coming days.

Paul Joseph, a local mango cultivator, stated at the yearly auction that an additional $15,000 was raised through other sales.

At the annual auction, local mango grower Paul Joseph (pictured) said an additional $15,000 was raised at the auction in combined other sales

Brett Kelly, CEO of Australian Mangoes, stated, “After a year of dreary weather and negative news, Australians can look forward to feeling the sunshine with the delicious tropical flavor of Australian mangoes.”

“Due to the favorable growing conditions over the past few months, we have been able to harvest a lot of fruit in pristine shape. We can’t wait to share these with Australians so they may slice, dice, and consume all of the luscious, juicy sweetness of our mangoes.’

Beginning in October, buyers may anticipate seeing the Kensington Pride mango on store shelves.

Paul Joseph (shown), a local mango farmer, stated at the yearly auction that an additional $15,000 was raised through other sales.

Mangoes are a favorite in Australia because they are not only delicious but also high in energy, low in fat, and rich in vitamins, making them an ideal summer food.

Australia cultivates nine distinct types of mangoes for commercial purposes, with Kensington Pride accounting for more than fifty percent of total mango production.

When mangoes begin to appear, we know summer has here.

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