ORLANDO, Fla. — In an effort to spur more mainstream familiarity with mangoes in the United States, the National Mango Board has announced a series of initiatives geared toward increasing the presence of mangoes in restaurant menu items. ”Foodservice is an atmosphere where U.S. consumers try new things,” Megan McKenna, marketing specialist for the National Mango Board said in a release. “Our goal is to create new mango lovers when consumers try mango dishes at their favorite restaurants.” In ...

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