Ken Rayner, who farms near Katherine in the Northern Territory, officially launched the Lady Jane mango back in 2013. This mango is really taking hold overseas. This mango variety -that was developed in the Northern Territory- is now being grown and sold commercially in Spain.
At this point in time, there are more commercial plantings of this variety in Spain than there are in Australia. The mangoes were being grown in the Alicante region of Spain under protective netting. There, it isn’t called Lady Jane. The fruit it's being sold under the Ibérica Fresh brand. The mangoes in Spain are sold with a QR code, allowing consumers to scan and learn more about the variety.