United States Pulse Market & Volume, By Segments, Production, Import, Export
United States Pulse Market & Volume, By Segments (Beans, Dry Peas, Lenticels, Chickpeas) and Sub-segments, Dry Beans, Production, Import, Export, Consumption, Forecast & Company Analysis
By: Renub Research
According to our report, beans have the highest market among all different pulses. Beans consume most of its form in the United States supermarkets such as canned and bagged. Some other varieties of beans, like Lima beans and black-eyed peas are sold-out in baked and frozen type. Shifting toward more healthy food and demand for gluten-free products increased the consumption of pulse products among American. This growing demand for pulses has influenced American farmers toward increasing plantings area of lentils, dry peas, and chickpeas, and beans. This report provides detailed information on the United States pulse market.
Farming and harvesting of pulses, in the United States are mostly concentrated in the Northern Plains (Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota) and some parts of Pacific Northwest (Washington, Idaho, and Oregon). Pinto beans have the highest market amongst all other forms of consumed edible beans, as it is used in a variety of dishes. Furthermore, kidney beans serve continental restaurants in different ways of gravies. The export volume of kidney beans largely owes due to its high nutritional value.
The American is inclining more towards vegan lifestyles has also brought edible beans under the radar of attention. Import of edible beans such as red kidney bean and black bean has shown year on year growth as they like by vegetarian over other food options. The availability of special varieties of edible beans such as navy beans has also helped in driving sales across the United States market.
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