Mushrooms have seen modest growth the past few years, as they’ve been recognized for their culinary options and health benefits.
More than four out of five mushrooms consumed by Americans are produced in the U.S., and pricing is typically stable, but this spring, retail prices saw spikes rarely seen before in the category.
The following graphic was produced by Agtools Inc., to explain and describe prices and volume in relation to rising consumer demand for mushrooms.
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Juanita Gaglio is a data specialist for Agtools.
Agtools, Inc. provides data for farmers, buyers, distributors, retailers, government agencies, financial firms, and other stakeholders to manage market volatility, increase profitability and reduce waste of natural, human and food resources.