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Household expenditure on fresh stone fruit in United Kingdom: Increase in 2015

According to statistics presented by UK National Statistical Office, fruit consumption increased by 17.88% compared with the previous year. Fruit consumption climbed from 19.25 Pence Sterling per person per week to 22.7 Pence Sterling per person per week, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it grew by 6.14%. It attained its 42-year high. United Kingdom saw a raise of 3 651.24% in fruit consumption during the last 42 years. Likewise, it has had a 0.06% compound average annual growth rate over the last 5 years with a overall increase since the 1974. It averaged 8.85 Pence Sterling per person per week from 1974 to 2015 and it reached its minimum of 0.52 Pence Sterling per person per week in 1975.

Household expenditure on fresh stone fruit in United Kingdom: Increase in 2015
Date Pence Sterling Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 22.70 17.88
2014 19.25 6.14
2013 18.14 1.76
2012 17.83 6.28
2011 16.77 3.16
2010 16.26 5.17
2009 15.46 -3.92
2008 16.09 -1.82
2007 16.39 -9.47
2006 18.10 4.22

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