Fruits in the US

Date: April 4, 2016
Pages: 14
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Publisher: Euromonitor International Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Total fruits volume sales fell by 2% in 2015 and totalled 18 million tonnes. The decrease was caused by declines in several key fruits categories; apples, grapefruit/pomelo, and oranges, tangerines and mandarins. The review period saw a 1% volume CAGR, indicating that 2015 as a particularly bad year for fruits. The forecast period is expected to see volumes that were lost in 2015 due to bad weather and disease replenished.

Euromonitor International's Fruits in USA report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data in volume terms 2011-2015, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market – be they new product developments, consumption patterns and distribution data. Forecasts to 2020 illustrate how the market is set to change.

Product coverage: Apples, Banana, Cherries, Cranberries/Blueberries, Grapefruit/Pomelo, Grapes, Kiwi Fruit, Lemon and Limes, Oranges, Tangerines and Mandarins, Other Fruits, Peaches/Nectarines, Pears/Quinces, Pineapple, Plums/Sloes, Strawberries.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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Headlines
Trends
  Summary 1 Major Distributors of Fruits 2015
Prospects
Category Data
  Table 1 Sales of Fruits by Category: Total Volume 2010-2015
  Table 2 Sales of Fruits by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2010-2015
  Table 3 Sales of Fruits by Packaged vs Unpackaged: % Total Volume 2013-2015
  Table 4 Sales of Fruits by Organic/Fairtrade vs Standard: % Total Volume 2012-2015
  Table 5 Distribution of Fruits by Format: % Total Volume 2010-2015
  Table 6 Forecast Sales of Fruits by Category: Total Volume 2015-2020
  Table 7 Forecast Sales of Fruits by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2015-2020
Executive Summary
the Market Experiences Some Gains and Some Losses
Health Trends Influence the Market
Foodservice and Institutional Fresh Food Volume Sales Are Flat As Retail Channels Increasingly Offer Fresh Food
Sustainable Products Are Expected To Thrive in the Future
Key Trends and Developments
American Fish and Seafood Consumption Continues To Lag Far Behind the Global Average
Chicken Wellbeing Sees Significant Interest
the Government Makes Efforts To Improve Health and Safety and Food Wastage
Market Data
  Table 8 Sales of Fresh Food by Category: Total Volume 2010-2015
  Table 9 Sales of Fresh Food by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2010-2015
  Table 10 Sales of Fresh Food by Packaged vs Unpackaged: % Total Volume 2013-2015
  Table 11 Distribution of Fresh Food by Format: % Total Volume 2010-2015
  Table 12 Distribution of Fresh Food by Format: % Retail Volume 2010-2015
  Table 13 Forecast Sales of Fresh Food by Category: Total Volume 2015-2020
  Table 14 Forecast Sales of Fresh Food by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2015-2020
Sources
  Summary 2 Research Sources
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