The Fruit and Tree Nuts Yearbook Tables contain over 20 years of time-series data for U.S. bearing acreage, production, prices, crop value, trade, per capita use, and more. Eventually, all data currently contained in the Yearbook Tables will be in the Data by Category and Data by Commodity series. Yearbook Tables from previous years are available here.
Data coverage for melons was included in the Fruit and Tree Nuts Yearbook Tables beginning in 2012. Melon data for years prior to 2012 can be still be found in the Vegetable and Pulses Yearbook and earlier editions of the Vegetables and Melons Yearbook.
Highlights of the 2015 Fruit and Tree Nuts Yearbook
- Data tables are now consolidated into eight workbook files: General, Noncitrus Fruit, Citrus Fruit, Berries, Melons, Tree Nuts, Supply and Utilization, and U.S. Trade. The previous yearbook organized tables with the same groupings, but the tables under each group were posted individually on this page. A list of all tables is available here.
- There are now five tables under U.S. Trade, down from seven in the previous yearbook. Data on volume of U.S. imports of selected commodities from top countries and volume of U.S. exports of selected commodities from top countries (formerly under Table H-1 and H-2) can be accessed from Fruit and Tree Nuts Data, under Data by Category.
- On table E-6 under Melons, production in three additional States (Arizona, Indiana, and South Carolina) is now included.
The tables will be organized as follows:
Table A-1 through A-18 in the General file
Table B-1 through B-33 in the Noncitrus Fruit file
Table C-1 through C-30 in the Citrus Fruit file
Table D-1 through D-10 in the Berries file
Table E-1 through E-19 in the Melons file
Table F-1 through F-18 in the Tree Nuts file
Table G-1 through G-45 in the Supply and Utilization file
Table H-1 through H-5 (currently table H-3 through H-7) in the U.S. Trade file
All tables will also be available in the All Yearbook tables file.
Errata: On February 9, 2016, Table A-3 in the General file was reposted to correct errors in the value of production data (in units of $1,000) for the following variables: For “Citrus,” the 2013 value was revised from $3,170,508 to $3,169,544 and the 2014 value was revised from $3,392,988 to $3,704,444. For “Total,” the 2013 value was revised from $29,853,530 to $29,852,566 and the 2014 value was revised from $29,735,549 to $30,047,005.
Errata: On February 9, 2016, Table H-1 in the U.S. Trade file was reposted to correct errors in the 2014 “All fresh fruit” import share, which was revised from 65.3 percent to 50.4 percent, and the “All fruit excluding bananas” import share was revised from 39.5 percent to 34.3 percent.