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Ciders and perry consumption by households in United Kingdom: Growth in 2015

Compared to one year earlier the variable climbed slightly by 0.23 percent, according to new numbers published by UK National Statistical Office. Ciders and perry consumption grew negligibly from 78.09 milliliter per person per week in 2014 to 78.27 milliliter per person per week prior year, in comparison to the previous year when it declined by 10.44 percent. The overall changes for the prior 24 years reached a growth of 66.85%. However, it has shown a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.02% over the last 5 years with a strong overall increase since the start of time series. It averaged 66.12 milliliter per person per week from 1992 to 2015 and it attained its all-time high of 87.2 milliliter per person per week in 2013 and record low of 44.23 milliliter per person per week in 1993.

Ciders and perry consumption by households in United Kingdom: Growth in 2015
Date Milliliter Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 78.27 0.23
2014 78.09 -10.44
2013 87.20 9.23
2012 79.83 -7.86
2011 86.64 9.38
2010 79.21 -2.81
2009 81.51 18.86
2008 68.57 -8.55
2007 74.98 27.17
2006 58.96 13.26

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