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Citrus consumption in United States: Fall in 2017

According to figures published by U.S. Department of Agriculture, citrus consumption barely fell by 3.66 percent in comparison to the previous year. It reached its 48-year minimum as the indicator diminished hardly by 2.6 pound (mass), as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it dropped by 3.53 percent. The overall changes for the previous 48 years hit a decrease of 38.27%. Moreover, it has attained a negative CAGR of 0.03% during the 5 years with a moderate overall decline since the start of observations. It averaged 106.93 pound (mass) from 1970 to 2017 and it attained its maximum of 144.05 pound (mass) in 1977.

Citrus consumption in United States: Fall in 2017
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2017 68.54 -3.66
2016 71.14 -3.53
2015 73.74 -2.56
2014 75.68 -4.14
2013 78.95 3.95
2012 75.95 -12.19
2011 86.50 5.2
2010 82.22 -3.08
2009 84.84 2.69
2008 82.61 -2.94

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