U.S. Blueberry Consumption Climbs

Demand for blueberries in the United States has grown, with fresh and frozen per capita consumption both increasing over the last three decades. This growth was spurred by heightened consumer interest in healthy diets and the proactive efforts of the U.S. blueberry industry in raising consumer awareness of the health benefits derived from blueberry consumption. Throughout the 1990s to 2001, Americans were eating more frozen blueberries than fresh.

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