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Oranges and apples are America’s top fruit choices

Oranges and apples are America’s top fruit choices
Americans ate an average of 107.6 pounds of fresh and processed fruit per person in 2012, down from a high of 131.3 pounds in 1999. Bananas and apples top the list of most popular fresh fruits, with bananas at 10.3 pounds per person beating out apples at 9.9 pounds. Orange juice consumption at 24.8 pounds (2.8 gallons) per person in 2012 puts oranges in the #1 spot for total fruit consumption.

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Last updated: Monday, May 19, 2014

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