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Dried, salted or smoked white fish consumption by households in United Kingdom: Increase in 2015

Compared with 2014 dried, salted or smoked white fish consumption rose by 15.07 percent, according to refreshed numbers presented by UK National Statistical Office. The indicator climbed from 2.82 gram per person per week to 3.25 gram per person per week, in comparison to the prior year when it declined by 11.6%. The overall changes for the previous 42 years hit a decline of 40.38%. Likewise, it has had a 0.03% compound average annual growth rate during the last five years with a overall decrease since the start of time series. It averaged 4.89 gram per person per week from 1974 to 2015 and it attained its all-time high of 7.36 gram per person per week in 1996 and record low of 2.69 gram per person per week in 2012.

Dried, salted or smoked white fish consumption by households in United Kingdom: Increase in 2015
Date Gram Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 3.25 15.07
2014 2.82 -11.6
2013 3.19 18.71
2012 2.69 -5.85
2011 2.86 -15.73
2010 3.39 -22.79
2009 4.39 2.19
2008 4.29 17.42
2007 3.66 -9.79
2006 4.05 6.29

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