Here's a chart in the November edition of Bloomberg Markets:
The chart contains some strange data that make readers feel nervous. For example, the fish image seems to say 88 percent of seafood eaten in the States are imported, and yet the two largest importing countries listed below (China and Vietnam) together account for only 22.5 percent. So the residual 65.5 percent must be split among at least 10 countries each accounting for not more than 6.5 percent of the total.
Then when you look at vegetables, Mexico and Canada together supply 72 percent. But the onion graphic tells us it's less than 20 percent. The categorization seems to be different between the top and the bottom layers. We have "fruit and nuts" / "fresh vegetables/melons" on the one side, and "fruit" / "vegetables" on the other side.
And why are melons combined with fresh vegetables rather than fruit?