Estimated change in food and beverage spending in China 2018, by product category

About half of Chinese consumers interviewed in a survey stated that in 2018 they spent more on fresh milk than they did in 2017. Another 45 percent also spent more in local fast food restaurants, while 38.5 percent of respondents spent more in yogurt and UHT milk.

Estimated change in food and beverage spending in China in 2018*, by product category

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Sources

Release date

January 2020

Region

China

Survey time period

May to July 2019

Number of respondents

1,325 respondents

Supplementary notes

*Compared to 2017.
This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Thinking of your/your family's consumption behavior in 2018, do you notice any change in spending in categories listed below when compared with 2017? What is the level of change per below?"

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