About This Statistic
The statistic shows the per capita consumption of bottled water worldwide in 2015, by leading countries. Mexico had the highest per capita consumption with 64.5 gallons in that year. The per capita consumption of the United States was 36.5 gallons in that year.
Bottled water consumption
The past five years saw an increase in the per capita consumption of bottled water worldwide. Roughly 351 million liters of bottled water were sold in Mexico in 2014 and sales are expected to reach 356 million liters by 2018. Thailand's per capita consumption of bottled water has boosted from 26.3 gallons in 2009 to 65.1 gallons in 2014. By 2017, people all over the world are expected to consume about 391 billion liters of bottled water.
The United States bottled water industry also experienced a growth in consumption over recent years. Louisiana, Arizona, and Texas were the largest bottled-water consuming federal states in 2014. In 2015, private labels were the leading bottled still water brand in the U.S. with around 2.06 billion U.S. dollars in sales, followed by Dasani, Aquafina and Nestlé Pure Life. Moreover, Coca-Cola owned brand Dasani held a 10.2 share of the U.S. bottled still water market. At the same time, Sparkling Ice was the top bottled sparkling water brand in the country, outperforming private label brands. During this period, Danone, Coca-Cola Company, and Nestlé SA were the best-selling bottled water companies worldwide.