Peanut acreage decline estimated at 14 percent

Smith, Ron
April 2011
Southwest Farm Press;4/7/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the contingency of the declining peanut acreage in the U.S. in 2011. It notes that the foreseen problem is due to surplus peanuts. Meanwhile, peanut consumption is increasing, along with the surge in demand as families temporarily resorted to peanut butter as a cheap source of protein while the country is experiencing economic instability.


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