Vegetables at a Glance contains a popular table summarizing key data on the vegetable industry.
Vegetables and Pulses Data: Outlook Tables, in Excel Excel icon (16x16) and PDF PDF icon (16x16) format, contains recent data on fresh and processing per capita use, acreage, production, prices, cash receipts, and U.S. trade, as well as data on potatoes, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, dry edible beans, and dry peas and lentils. Tables are grouped into 13 sub-sections and a summary table. Eventually, all data contained in the Vegetables and Pulses Outlook tables will be encompassed in the Data by Category and Data by Commodity series.
Vegetables and Pulses Data: Yearbook Tables, in Excel Excel icon (16x16) and a single PDF PDF icon (16x16) file, contains a time series of annual and monthly data for U.S. farm acreage, production, prices, trade, per capita use, and more. Eventually, all data currently contained in the Vegetables and Pulses Yearbook tables will be encompassed in the Data by Category and Data by Commodity series.
Vegetables and Pulses Data: Data by Category, (e.g. price, production, etc.) provides current producer and retail price indexes, and a few retail prices.
Vegetables and Pulses Data: Data by Commodity provides current import and export data for more than 40 individual fresh and processed vegetable and pulse commodities on a marketing year basis.
Phytosanitary Regulation of the Entry of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables into the United States (August 2008) contains information on the countries eligible, according to USDA's Animal and Plant Health and Inspection Service, to export certain fresh fruits and vegetables to the United States and provides data on global production and trade for these commodities.
Commodity and Food Elasticities Database allows queriable searches of income, expenditure, and own- and cross-price elasticities for specific commodities and countries, which can be ranked and sorted. The elasticities are mainly from U.S. research on consumer demand published in working papers, dissertations, and peer-reviewed journals. The greatest number of demand studies are for vegetables, fruits, meat, and grocery products in the United States and China.