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Household expenditure on uncooked chicken in United Kingdom: Decrease in 2015

In 2015 chicken consumption diminished by 7.96 percent, according to data announced by UK National Statistical Office. The indicator declined from 89.33 Pence Sterling per person per week in 2014 to 82.22 Pence Sterling per person per week previous year, in contrast to the prior year when it climbed by 0.45 percent. United Kingdom saw an increase of 1 090.03% in chicken consumption during the last 42 years. As well as the chicken consumption is now above average of 44.59 Pence Sterling per person per week and the variable shows a sharp overall raise since the 1974. It reached its all-time high of 89.33 Pence Sterling per person per week in 2014 and record low of 6.91 Pence Sterling per person per week in 1974.

Household expenditure on uncooked chicken in United Kingdom: Decrease in 2015
Date Pence Sterling Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 82.22 -7.96
2014 89.33 0.45
2013 88.93 3.18
2012 86.19 6.51
2011 80.92 7.78
2010 75.08 2.28
2009 73.40 5.57
2008 69.53 8.48
2007 64.09 3.88
2006 61.70 -0.04

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