First mangoes of the season hit markets
"The first mangoes of the year have hit the markets, selling for around $100 a tray.
The bulk of Australia's mango harvest is still months away, but consumers can now expect fruit to trickle in from the Northern Territory.
The first mangoes were picked from Leo Skliros' farm near Darwin.
He says he is happy with the quality and the price.
"The first trays are sitting at around $100 a tray, which is very good money, but not an indicative price of what we'll be averaging," he said."abc
It would be insulting to offer these mangos to the winner of the AFL tipping competition as they are priced so low.
Better is the original Bowen Mango pictured elsewhere on this site with the Mangoroo.
The world is watching.
Can Geo maintain his lead ?
Can Catsahoy get her tips in ?
Is the Bowen Mango safe ?
So many questions and so few answers ---- stay tuned