What are some fruits and vegetables that the United States import a lot of?



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    This information comes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and numbers are rounded. Some of the nation’s top imports for fresh fruit are fresh bananas (3.6 million units imported in 2009), pineapples (714,500 in 2009), avocados (420,000), grapes (about 600,000 units), cantaloupes (474,000) and limes (334,000).

    As for vegetables, greenhouse tomato imports are high (304,260), onions (297,000), chili peppers (295,000) and squash (257,000). You can do your own search with the website below for more information on other products and other years.

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