FRESNO, Calif. -- Per-capita consumption of California grapes has declined by one pound after rising to more than five pounds in 1997, according to an annual study by the California Table Grape Commission here. The group's 1998 Economic Impact Report stated that the drop was throughout the grape industry, where per-capita consumption fell to less than seven pounds after sharply rising to more than eight pounds in 1997. "There's no major driving event that's shifting the true long-term ...

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