From the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Fruit and Tree Nuts Outlook: September 2022:
“The 2022/23 season has begun for many fruit and tree nuts. USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) forecast sweet cherry, grape, peach, and pear production down while apple, tart cherry, and cranberry production are expected to increase. In 2022, cold, wet spring weather was one of the major reasons for the swings in forecast production of peaches and sweet cherries. Good growing conditions are expected to increase yields for apples, cranberries, and tart cherries. The U.S. tree nut supply is forecast down as heat and drought conditions continue to negatively impact the almond, walnut, and hazelnut crop for the 2022 season. The expected decrease in supply will likely continue to put upward pressure on prices in 2022. Despite an expected increase in lemon supply, total citrus volume in 2021/22 is the lowest observed in at least half a century.”
Source: Foreign Trade > U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services (FT900).
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Source: 2020 County Business Patterns (CBP).
Source: 2018 - 2020 Annual Survey of Manufacturers (ASM). This annual series includes the number of establishments and employees during the week of March 12 and annual payroll.
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Source: 2017 Economic Census.