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Confectionery consumption by households in United Kingdom: Raise in 2015

According to numbers released by UK National Statistical Office, compared to the prior year confectionery consumption negligibly grew by 1.59 percent. Confectionery consumption went up slightly from 130.19 gram per person per week in 2014 to 132.26 gram per person per week previous year, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it climbed by 1.59 percent. United Kingdom saw a growth of 9.68% in confectionery consumption over the past 24 years. Moreover, the confectionery consumption is now above average of 129.44 gram per person per week and the variable displays a overall increase since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 150.89 gram per person per week in 2000 and record low of 120.08 gram per person per week in 1994.

Confectionery consumption by households in United Kingdom: Raise in 2015
Date Gram Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 132.26 1.59
2014 130.19 1.59
2013 128.16 1.39
2012 126.40 -5.49
2011 133.74 2.16
2010 130.91 -2.55
2009 134.33 2.36
2008 131.23 2.04
2007 128.60 4.38
2006 123.20 -0.18

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