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2021 Organic Apple Fresh Trends data

Whether red, pink or green, apples are popular across all income levels, age groups and ethnicities.

The organic point of view

The Packer's Organic Fresh Trends 2021 consumer survey reveals a vast cross-section of commodity-specific insights about organic produce consumption.

Consumer purchasing patterns of apricots

This small stone fruit was one of the least purchased items in this year’s survey. 6% of customers purchased apricots within the past 12 months.

Fresh Trends data and research for plums

The likelihood of a plum purchase climbed three percentage points from last year. While families with kids were slightly more likely to buy plums, at 27%, than those without kids, at 25%.

Sweet potato purchases in 2019

According to 2020 Fresh Trends data, 26% of customers purchased sweet potatoes within the past 12 months. Read more data and research on sweet potatoes here.

Fresh Trends data — Marketing to the masses

The average American is driving food sales. It used to be that chefs drove the trends in foods and creating demand for lesser-known commodities that would eventually translate into more sales in supermarkets.

Fresh Trends focus on the environment, sustainability

Consumers are more environmentally aware these days, as sustainability seems to be the buzzword for the new decade.

2019 pineapple purchase demographics

Fresh trends data and research on a variety of pineapple purchase demographics, such as; region, ethnicity, household size and income.

2019 Fresh Trends data: Comparing apples to oranges

Apples and oranges always find themselves near the top of the list of most popular fruits in the produce department.

Younger shoppers seek out companies that prioritize the environment

Nearly four out of 10 consumers say they seek out companies that are environmentally aware or active, according The Packer’s Fresh Trends 2020 survey.