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Spinach consumption in United States goes down in 2015

Spinach consumption went down slightly by 1.36 percent in 2015, new statistics from U.S. Department of Agriculture present. Spinach consumption negligibly fell by 0.04 pound (mass), versus the previous year when it rose by 7.74 percent. United States saw a rise of 42.72% in spinach consumption over the past 46 years. As well as it has shown an increase at a 0.01% average annual growth rate during the 5 years with a overall raise since the start of observations. It averaged 1.96 pound (mass) from 1970 to 2015 and it hit its all-time high of 3.05 pound (mass) in 2005 and record low of 1.31 pound (mass) in 1983.

Spinach consumption in United States goes down in 2015
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2015 2.61 -1.36
2014 2.64 7.74
2013 2.45 7.4
2012 2.29 -9.93
2011 2.54 5.05
2010 2.42 -13.87
2009 2.80 9.62
2008 2.56 5.53
2007 2.42 -2.45
2006 2.49 -18.52