We are on a journey towards more sustainable & responsible growing practices.

Our journey begins by following nature’s lead.

That means rejecting the chemicals others use to quickly boost fruit volume in favor of respecting eons of evolutionary design to simply let the mango tree be what it wants to be. As horticulturists, we support our trees. 

High protein fruit fly lures mimic ripe fruit and act as a sustainable alternative to pesticides. We use recycled soda bottles and hang them in the canopy of the trees. This is one of several effective methods in a strong fly control program, a requisite for exporting fruit to the U.S.

We respect the harmony of nature.

By letting the trees do what they do naturally, we essentially take a holistic and probiotic way to grow mangos. This means the trees go through their natural cycles in harmony with the weather and seasons to develop, grow, and eventually produce fruit. There is nothing better for the long-term health of the trees and quality of the fruit.

We’re on this journey together.

Growing quality and wholesome mangos responsibly is not without its share of challenges, but we make an active effort to work with likeminded growers and customers who support our efforts and the communities we serve. Read on about some of the work we are doing and how our journey towards sustainable and responsible farming is progressing. 

By viewing sustainability as a journey,

we recognize that there is always room for improvement with more opportunities to increase a positive impact on the environment.

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Our Work with Sedex SMETA

The Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA) is a widely used social audit around the world.  

Our growers increasingly undergo SMETA audits to help us and our retail customers gain insights over the working conditions in the supply chain. These audits are performed by trained and approved Sedex affiliates and shared with members of the supply chain for transparency.  Any findings that warrant corrective action are discussed and addressed with action plans that aim for continuous improvement.

These audits focus on reviewing ethical practices such as having zero tolerance for child and slave labor, adequate worker health and safety policies, fair wages, and overall fair treatment of people. 

Our Work with Fair Trade USA

Champagne® Mango is committed to offering you an exceptionally sweet and silky fruit that honors both the farmers and natural environment we work in harmony with to nurture its unparalleled taste and texture.  Our commitment to sustainable ecosystems and equitable practices is reinforced with Fair Trade Certification.

Fair Trade USA offers an award-winning, rigorous, and globally recognized sustainable sourcing certification program that improves livelihoods, protects the environment, and builds resilient, transparent supply chains. The Fair Trade Certified™ label found on Champagne® Mangos signifies that it was produced according to stringent fair trade standards.

Fair Trade USA is building an innovative model of responsible business, conscious consumerism, and shared value to eliminate poverty and enable sustainable development for farmers, workers, their families, and communities around the world. Champagne® Mango is proud to be a fair trade partner on this journey to a more equitable and sustainable future. Look for the Fair Trade Certified label at participating Whole Foods Markets.

For more information about Fair Trade and why it’s important visit: fairtradecertified.org

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We follow nature’s lead by embracing earth’s gifts and the challenge of sharing them with a growing world. 


Champagne® Mangos are available at grocers all across the country. Remember, if it doesn’t have a purple Ciruli Brothers label it’s not a Champagne® Mango!