U.S. per capita consumption of oils 2000-2010

The timeline shows the per capita consumption of salad and cooking oils in the United States from 2000 to 2010. The U.S. per capita consumption of salad and cooking oils amounted to 51 pounds in 2009.

Per capita consumption of salad and cooking oils in the United States from 2000 to 2010 (in pounds)*

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Sources

Release date

February 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

2000 to 2010

Supplementary notes

* Includes edible rapeseed (canola) oil beginning in 1985.
Retail weight. Consumption represents the residual after exports, nonfood use and ending stocks are subtracted from the sum of beginning stocks, domestic production, and imports. Based on Census Bureau estimated resident population plus Armed Forces overseas.
Due to the termination of select Current Industrial Reports (CIR) by the Census Bureau, data on added fats and oils (except butter) cannot be updated beyond 2010 in the Food Availability Data System.

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