Mangoes

 
Mangoes
 

Seven Fields grows approximately 148 hectares of mangoes (29,000 trees) in Katherine, Northern Territory. The Katherine region has a rapidly growing mango industry with over 180,000 trees and is renowned for the quality of mango produced and sold on the Southern markets before Queensland production enters its peak.

The company's packing shed, which is located approximately 30km from the farms, is capable of processing large volumes of mangoes grown in the region, giving us the ability to contract pack and market for other growers. The facility is the largest and most up to date of its kind in the Katherine region, and one of the only packing sheds in the Northern Territory that is fully air-conditioned. It is capable of processing in excess of 15,000 mango trays per day.

Seven Fields produces two varieties of mango in Katherine - the Kensington Pride and the R2E2. The Kensington Pride has been a well established favourite amongst Australians for many decades and the R2E2 is becoming increasingly popular as an export variety.

 
The Kensington Pride

The Kensington Pride

The KP is the most popular Australian mango and arguably the tastiest.  When grown with the right care and conditions the tree produces juicy, sweet mangoes bursting with flavour.

 
The R2E2

The R2E2

The R2E2 is one of the largest mangoes on the market and is known for its deep red blush and ability to travel long distances whilst still maintaining its integrity.