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Factors Affecting Carrot Consumption in the U.S.
Gary Lucier (au); Biing-Hwan Lin (au)
Carrots are one of the most popular vegetables in the U.S. & fresh-market carrot consumption has been increasing over the past few decades. Knowledge of the dist. of carrot consumption across different market channels, geog. regions, & population groups is very limited. This article examines where & how much fresh & processed carrots are eaten & links this consumption to various economic, social, & demographic characteristics of consumers. Per capita carrot consumption is greatest in the East & Central regions of the country. About 80% of fresh-market carrots are purchased at retail & consumed at home, with the majority consisting of fresh-cut (including baby) carrots. Per capita use of fresh carrots is strongest among Asians. Charts.
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