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Processed citrus consumption in United States falls in 2017

In comparison to the prior year processed citrus consumption went down negligibly by 3.85 percent, adjusted numbers from U.S. Department of Agriculture illustrate. Processed citrus consumption barely declined by 1.9 pound (mass), as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it dropped by 3.71 percent. It reached its 48-year low. The overall changes for the prior 48 years attained a fall of 42.29%. Likewise, it has shown a decline at a 0.03% compound annual growth rate over the last five years with a moderate overall diminution since the 1970. It averaged 82.97 pound (mass) from 1970 to 2017 and it hit its maximum of 117.91 pound (mass) in 1977.

Processed citrus consumption in United States falls in 2017
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2017 47.41 -3.85
2016 49.31 -3.71
2015 51.21 -2.3
2014 52.42 -4.72
2013 55.01 4.94
2012 52.42 -17.74
2011 63.73 5.07
2010 60.65 -5.47
2009 64.16 3.47
2008 62.01 -7.71

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