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2017 Regional Composite Data

 

Below are the quarterly Regional Composite Reports. Regional Composite Reports provide a Year-to-Date (YTD) recap of Avocado category performance by Region and include trend analysis relative to the National market. Reports are published following the completion of each quarter.

Starting in 2013, the Regional Composite Reports were updated to reflect an expanded, multi-outlet retail data set that provides a more comprehensive view of the fresh produce market. Multi-outlet reporting includes an aggregation of the following channels: grocery, mass, club, drug, dollar and military. You may witness a new direction in some market trends with the expansion of this data set. Because of these changes, you cannot easily compare current reports to reports of the past.

For more information on how the Regional Composites are compiled, view the  research abstract.

 

Q3 Regional Composite Data (January - September 2017)

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California (PDF or  PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast (PDF or  PPTX

Plains (PDF or  PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or  PPTX) | West ( PDF or  PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

Q2 Regional Composite Data (January - June 2017)

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California (PDF or  PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast (PDF or  PPTX

Plains (PDF or  PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or  PPTX) | West ( PDF or  PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

Q1 Regional Composite Data (January - March 2017)

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California (PDF or  PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast (PDF or  PPTX

Plains (PDF or  PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or  PPTX) | West ( PDF or  PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

Q4 Regional Composite Data (January - December 2016)

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California (PDF or  PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast (PDF or  PPTX

Plains (PDF or  PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or  PPTX) | West ( PDF or  PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

Q3 Regional Composite Data (January - September 2016)

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California (PDF or PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast (PDF or PPTX

Plains (PDF or PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or PPTX) | West (PDF or PPTX) | Total U.S. ( PDF or PPTX)

 

Q2 Regional Composite Data (January - June 2016)

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California (PDF or PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast ( PDF or PPTX

Plains (PDF or PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or PPTX) | West ( PDF or PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

Q1 Regional Composite Data (January - March 2016)

Download individual files in PowerPoint or Adobe PDF:

California (PDF or PPTX) | Great Lakes (PDF or PPTX) | Mid South (PDF or PPTX) | Northeast ( PDF or PPTX

Plains (PDF or PPTX) | South Central (PDF or PPTX) | Southeast ( PDF or PPTX) | West ( PDF or PPTX) | Total U.S. (PDF or PPTX)

 

 

To view previous years' data, select one of the below years:

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009

Visit the AvoScore Cards page to download the most recent reports

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