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Processed eggs consumption in United States: Drop in 2015

Compared to the prior year eggs consumption decreased negligibly by 4.17 percent, updated statistics from U.S. Department of Agriculture constitute. The indicator dropped barely by 3.33, versus the previous year when it went up by 6.33%. United States saw a growth of 154.74% in eggs consumption over the past 50 years. Likewise, the eggs consumption is now bigger than its average which equals 54.11 and the variable displays a strong overall increase since the 1966. It attained its all-time high of 83.23 in 2005 and record low of 30.04 in 1966.

Processed eggs consumption in United States: Drop in 2015
Date Number Variation
2015 76.51 -4.17
2014 79.84 6.33
2013 75.09 -0.83
2012 75.72 1.28
2011 74.76 -6.97
2010 80.37 2.55
2009 78.37 -4.11
2008 81.72 0.85
2007 81.04 -1.09
2006 81.93 -1.57

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