Fruit and Tree Nuts Yearbook Tables
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. 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.
Data tables are consolidated into eight workbook files: General, Noncitrus Fruit, Citrus Fruit, Berries, Melons, Tree Nuts, Supply and Utilization, and U.S. Trade. A list of all tables is available below.
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 in the U.S. Trade file
All tables will also be available in the All Yearbook tables file below.
|Data Set||Last Updated||Next Update|
|U.S. per capita use, production and value, bearing acreage, cash receipts, price, and marketing spreads||11/7/2022|
|Production and value, price, yield per acre, and bearing acreage||11/7/2022|
|Production, bearing acreage, yield per acre, equivalent-on-tree returns, and juice stock, pack, and movement||11/7/2022|
|Commercial acreage, yield per acre, production, and grower price||11/7/2022|
|U.S. per capita use of melons, harvested area, production, cash receipts, shipments, price, supply and utilization, and trade||11/7/2022|
|Bearing acreage, yield per acre, gross returns per acre, production and value, price, and supply and utilization||11/7/2022|
|Supply and Utilization|
|U.S. supply and utilization: fresh, canned, juice, dried; per capita use, U.S. population||11/7/2022|
|Import share of domestic disappearance: fresh, canned, frozen, juice, and dried fruit||11/7/2022|
|All Yearbook tables||11/7/2022|