Fruits and Nuts
Are you getting your daily recommended servings of fruit? Americans consume only an average of 1.4 servings of fruit daily, far less than the recommended 4 servings. Apples, oranges, grapes, and bananas are the fruits Americans turn to most and the largest fruit-producing states are California, Washington, and Florida. The U.S. expenditure for nuts is also on the rise with almonds, pecans, and walnuts among the favorites. California's warm climate helps the state to lead the way in production of grapes, strawberries, peaches, nectarines, kiwifruit, and tree nuts. Florida is almost synonymous with citrus fruits, just as Washington is with apples.


Ag Research
USDA Economic Research
United Fresh Produce Association

Kiwi Fruit
Going to the Source
Tasty Tropicals
Georgia's Sweet Treat
Mandarin Oranges
Spicey Stop
Maine-ly Apples
A Festival of Flavor
In the Red
Troubled Harvest
Virginia Peanut Farmer
Walnuts: Harvesting Good Health
Tree Harvest
Dixon Ridge Farms
Sweet And Sour Success
Sweet & Sour
Blossoms of Hope
Harvest & Heritage
From Tree To Table
Wyoming Vineyard

Citrus Concerns
A New Beginning
Just Peachy!
Fruitful Endeavors
Pixie Tangerines
Sweet Sweet Strawberries
Smooth and Crunchy Peanuts
Harvesting Nature’s Popular Fruits
Red, Ripe and Ready
Summertime Treat
Sweet Harvet
Nuns and Olive Oil
Florida Blueberries
Watermelon Farmer
Kona Coffee
Watermelon Farmer
Tart & Tasty Cranberries
South Carolina Peach Farmers
Applecrest Apple Farm


Top 5 Fruit States
New York