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Shell eggs consumption in United States falls in 2015

According to adjusted data announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture, eggs consumption slightly fell by 4.17% in comparison with the prior year. The indicator diminished barely from 187.44 to 179.63, in contrast to the previous year when it grew by 2.41%. The overall changes for the prior 50 years hit a decline of 36.64%. Moreover, it has had a raise at a 0.01 percent compound annual growth rate during the last five years with a moderate overall drop since the 1966. It averaged 209.03 from 1966 to 2015 and it reached its all-time high of 287.21 in 1967 and record low of 169.96 in 1997.

Shell eggs consumption in United States falls in 2015
Date Number Variation
2015 179.63 -4.17
2014 187.45 2.41
2013 183.03 2.53
2012 178.51 2.91
2011 173.46 0.8
2010 172.08 -1.24
2009 174.24 2.21
2008 170.47 -2.62
2007 175.05 -3.11
2006 180.67 2.14

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