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Household expenditure on eggs in United Kingdom: Decline in 2015

According to figures presented by UK National Statistical Office, eggs consumption declined by 5.63% compared to the previous year. The variable dropped from 29.93 Pence Sterling per person per week to 28.24 Pence Sterling per person per week, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it decreased by 4.48%. United Kingdom saw a raise of 147.07% in eggs consumption during the last 42 years. Furthermore, the eggs consumption is now above average of 19.16 Pence Sterling per person per week and the indicator indicates a overall increase since the start of time series. It hit its all-time high of 31.33 Pence Sterling per person per week in 2013 and record low of 11.43 Pence Sterling per person per week in 1974.

Household expenditure on eggs in United Kingdom: Decline in 2015
Date Pence Sterling Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 28.24 -5.63
2014 29.93 -4.48
2013 31.33 3.58
2012 30.25 7.93
2011 28.03 -0.43
2010 28.15 4.57
2009 26.92 2.5
2008 26.26 16.33
2007 22.58 19.45
2006 18.90 -1.12

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