The Strategy of Raw Materials: A Study of America in Peace and War

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APPENDIX II
STRATEGIC SITUATION OF THE UNITED STATES

FOODSTUFFS
Domestic production, imports, and exports, expressed in averages 1925-29
APPARENT PRODUCTION AS
FOOD UNIT (000's) PRODUCTION IMPORTS EXPORTS CONSUMPTION % OF APPARENT
CONSUMPTION
Bananas bunches 60,437 2,744 57,693 0.00
Barley bushels 241,753 47 34,745 207,055 116.76
Citrus fruit pounds 4,000,170 84,460 302,097 3,782,533 105.75
Cacao beans pounds 424,020 14,690 409,330 0.00
Coffee pounds 1,429,825 29,101 1,400,724 0.00
Corn (Maize) bushels 2,745,003 1,637 23,321 2,723,319 100.80
Dairy products pounds 3,894,687 84,737 127,123 3,852,301 101.10
Fish pounds 2,209,097 333,025 180,685 2,361,437 93.55
Meat pounds 19,393,200 147,765 1,421,054 18,119,912 107.03
Oats bushels 1,216,147 236 17,792 1,198,591 101.46
Potatoes bushels 349,698 4,855 2,438 352,115 99.31
Rice (rough) bushels 40,905 2,268 19,339 23,834 171.62
Rye bushels 39,536 1 14,556 24,981 158.26
Sugar (cane and beet) pounds 2,391 11,639 368 13,662 17.50
(000,000's)
Tea pounds 93,052 643 92,409 0.00
Vegetables pounds 6,705,982 113,318 6,819,300 98.34
Wheat bushels 822,794 15,815 170,196 668,413 123.10

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