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Household expenditure on condiments, spices and vinegars in Canada goes up in 2016

Canada National Statistical Office reported that the variable grew hardly by 1.27 percent compared with the prior year. It shows the all-time peak since 2010 as the indicator slightly went up from 237 Canadian Dollar to 240 Canadian Dollar, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it rose by 3.49%. Canada saw a growth of 5.73% in condiments expenditure over the past 7 years. Moreover, it has attained a 0.03% average annual growth rate over the five years with a negligible overall increase since the start of time series. It averaged 224.29 Canadian Dollar from 2010 to 2016 and it attained its minimum of 208 Canadian Dollar in 2012.

Household expenditure on condiments, spices and vinegars in Canada goes up in 2016
Date Canadian Dollar Variation
2016 240.00 1.27
2015 237.00 3.49
2014 229.00 5.05
2013 218.00 4.81
2012 208.00 -1.42
2011 211.00 -7.05
2010 227.00 N/A

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