6000 Consumer Demand for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in the U.S. (1960-1993) | UGA Cooperative Extension
Research Bulletin B 431
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Price and expenditure elasticities at the retail level between 1960 and 1993 were estimated for 11 fresh fruits and 10 fresh vegetables by employing a composite demand system approach and using annual data. Most fresh fruits and vegetables were found to respond significantly to changes in their own prices but insignificantly to changes in expenditures. The study partially incorporated the interdependent demand relationships between fresh fruits (vegetables) and all other commodities, yet effectively avoided the problems of insufficient degrees of freedom.


Status and Revision History
In Review on Dec 22, 2009
In Review on Jan 05, 2010
In Review for Major Revisions on Jan 05, 2010
Published on Mar 28, 2011
Published with Full Review on Mar 19, 2014
Published with Full Review on Mar 28, 2017

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James E. Epperson Professor, Agricultural & Applied Economics Chung-Liang Huang Professor, Agricultural & Applied Economics
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