U.S. per capita consumption of dried fruit 2000-2019

The timeline depicts the per capita consumption of dried fruit in the United States from 2000/2001 to 2018/2019. According to the report, the U.S. per capita consumption of dried fruit amounted to about 2.34 pounds in 2017/18. In contrast, Americans consumed 116.75 pounds of fresh fruit per capita in the same year.

Per capita consumption of dried fruit in the United States from 2000/01 to 2018/19

Per capita consumption in pounds*
2018/191
2017/18 2.34
2016/17 2.41
2015/16 2.42
2014/15 2.27
2013/14 2.44
2012/13 2.3
2011/12 2.31
2010/11 2.26
2009/10 2.14
2008/09 2.21
2007/08 2.25
2006/07 2.34
2005/06 2.29
2004/05 2.34
2003/04 2.32
2002/03 2.59
2001/02 2.43
2000/01 2.46
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Sources

Release date

October 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

2000/01 to 2018/19

Supplementary notes

* Based on farm weight.
According to ERS the data are proxies for consumption. Consumption normally represents total supply minus exports, nonfood use, and ending stocks.

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