U.S. Tobacco Statistics, 1935-92

Tobacco, the sixth largest cash crop grown in the United States, is cultivated in 21 States. The United States produces 23 types of tobacco divided into eight major classes of tobacco. Tobacco is used for cigarettes, Cigars, chewing tobacco, snuff, pipe tobacco, and roll-your-own cigarettes. The United States is both the largest importer and exporter of tobacco and the second largest producer, behind China. This bulletin presents statistics for tobacco dating from 1935 for some variables. Data are presented for the United Stales and by State for all types. More areas covered are tobacco product output and consumption, leaf acreage, yield, production, price and value by type and State, and supply and disappearance of leaf by type of tobacco. Other statistics include data on prices, expenditures, Government revenues from tobacco products, farm and leaf processing size and Structure, and tobacco program features such as price supports. marketing quotas, and assessments. Foreign production, exports. imports, and consumption of both leaf and tobacco products for selected countries are also presented. U.S. leaf and tobacco product trade with selected countries is also detailed.


Issue Date:
1994-04
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/154810
Total Pages:
325
Series Statement:
SB 869




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