National Avocado Day

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2022 Date31 July 2022
2023 Date31 July 2023
National Avocado Day

National Avocado Day History

National Avocado Day seeks to promote the consumption of the fruit. Avocados are large berries containing a single large seed. They originate from south-central Mexico and are typically cultivated in tropical climates. This day aims to raise awareness about the nutritious fruit. Avocados are heart-healthy and reduce the risk of cancer. They are also rich in vitamin B which helps reduce stress.

National Avocado Day seems to have been started in 2018 as a promotion for avocados. It is observed annually on July 31st.

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National Avocado Day Facts

  • Americans consumed 2.6 billion pounds of avocados in 2020.
  • In 2019, the countries with the largest export values of avocados:
    1) Mexico ($2.7 billion)
    2) Spain ($384 million)
    3) Chile ($329 million)
    4) United States ($154 million)
    5) Israel ($79 million)
  • Health benefits of avocados include: improved digestion, lower risk of cancer, a lower level of cholesterol, and vitamins C, E, K, & B-6.

National Avocado Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Visit your local Chipotle. In celebration of the day they will be offering free guacamole included with your meal.
  • Make your own guacamole. Here is a recipe for either smooth or chunky guacamole, depending on your preference. Don't forget the chips.
  • Learn more about how avocados are grown. Check out this California farm to see how avocados are grown and harvested.

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