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Chocolate liquor consumption in United States: Raise in 2015

In 2015 the variable slightly increased by 3.69%, according to figures announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture. Cocoa consumption negligibly went up by 0.15 pound (mass), compared with the previous year when it dropped by 2.35%. United States saw a raise of 369.64% in cocoa consumption over the past 106 years. Still it has shown a decrease at a 0.01% CAGR over the 5 years with a overall rise since the start of observations. It averaged 3.24 pound (mass) from 1910 to 2015 and it reached its all-time high of 5.2 pound (mass) in 2005 and record low of 0.91 pound (mass) in 1910.

Chocolate liquor consumption in United States: Raise in 2015
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2015 4.27 3.69
2014 4.12 -2.35
2013 4.22 0.5
2012 4.20 -4.68
2011 4.40 0.46
2010 4.38 -1.31
2009 4.44 -0.56
2008 4.47 -6.2
2007 4.76 -7.54
2006 5.15 -0.98

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