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These tables provide vegetable and pulses data by category (e.g. price, imports, exports, etc.) for fresh and processed products. Tables are updated as new information is available throughout the year (typically monthly). ERS previously published these data in conjunction with the ERS report Vegetables and Pulses Outlook (previously, Vegetables and Melons Outlook) and in the annual Vegetables and Pulses Yearbook.

The current release features monthly and calendar-year U.S. imports and exports, average retail prices for selected commodities, and price indexes for commodities and commodity aggregates. In the future, other data series will be added, including U.S. acreage, yield, production, shipments, and shipping-point prices. U.S. supply and disappearance and per capita use estimates will also eventually be incorporated with these tables. For data not yet included here, see the Outlook Tables and Yearbook Tables.

This data product is a work in progress. For help understanding the data, see the Documentation.  

Vegetables at a Glance PDF icon (16x16) contains a popular table summarizing key data for the vegetable & dry pulses industries.

U.S. Imports

  • All vegetable and pulses (total value) and by commodity group: 

        ₒ   Vegetables

         ₒ  Dry pulses

  • Commodity-specific by market segment: Value, volume, and unit value

         ₒ   Vegetables (fresh, frozen, prepared or preserved, dried, juice, seed)

         ₒ   Dry pulses (dried, seed)        

U.S. Exports

  • All vegetable and pulses (value) and by commodity group: 

        ₒ   Vegetables

        ₒ   Dry pulses   

  • Commodity-specific by market segment: Value, volume, and unit value

         ₒ   Vegetables (fresh, frozen, prepared or preserved, dried, juice, seed)

         ₒ   Dry pulses (dried, seed)

Consumer Price Indexes

 Producer Price Indexes

 Retail Prices

 

Last updated: Friday, June 20, 2014

For more information contact: Hodan Farah Wells and Suzanne Thornsbury

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