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Fresh citrus consumption in United States: Fall in 2017

According to figures announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture, compared to the previous year fresh citrus consumption declined barely by 3.22%. The variable slightly decreased by 0.7 pound (mass), as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it fell by 3.12%. United States saw a diminution of 26.76% in fresh citrus consumption over the past 48 years. As well as it has attained a negative CAGR of 0.02% over the 5 years with a overall decline since the start of time series. It averaged 23.96 pound (mass) from 1970 to 2017 and it reached its all-time high of 29.04 pound (mass) in 1971 and record low of 17.93 pound (mass) in 2007.

Fresh citrus consumption in United States: Fall in 2017
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2017 21.12 -3.22
2016 21.83 -3.12
2015 22.53 -3.15
2014 23.26 -2.81
2013 23.93 1.73
2012 23.53 3.33
2011 22.77 5.53
2010 21.57 4.32
2009 20.68 0.36
2008 20.60 14.92

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