Angie Thomas Joins the National Mango Board

Orlando, FL. — The National Mango Board has hired Angie Thomas as a Retail Consultant that will serve West Coast markets. Thomas will work alongside retailers of all sizes to support marketing and merchandising of mango in store.

Thomas brings with her a wealth of experience with over 15 years of strategic planning, sales management, data analytics, and marketing experience within the produce industry. She has worked on both the retail and grower sides, including supply chain. 

Thomas comes to the National Mango Board from Oppy and Turners & Growers, where she managed North American sales planning and activation for Envy and Jazz apples. Prior, she was Director of Category Development at Category Partners, overseeing Walmart’s potato and onion categories, and Business Development Marketing Manager for organicgirl and Oppy.

Angie’s produce career, to date, is rounded out by her experience as the Communications Manager for the California Avocado Commission, Marketing Manager for Christopher Ranch, and a journalist for The Packer, a produce industry publication.

We are very proud to have Angie join the NMB retail team. We are excited for her to share her produce  experience and become a part of the mango industry. Angie is ready to work with her clients to Move More Mangos! 

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About the National Mango Board

The National Mango Board is an agriculture promotion group supported by assessments from both domestic and imported fresh mangos. The board’s vision, for mangos to move from being an exotic fruit to a daily necessity in every U.S. household, was designed to drive awareness and consumption of mangos in the U.S. marketplace. One serving or ¾ cup of the superfruit mango contains 70 calories, 50% of daily value of vitamin C, 15% of daily value of folate, 15% of daily value of copper, 8% of daily value of vitamin A, 8% of daily value of vitamin B6, 7% of daily value of fiber and an amazing source of tropical flavor. Learn more at