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Annual per capita consumption of Coca-Cola Company's beverage products from 1991 to 2012, by country (in servings of 8-fluid ounce beverages)

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Per capita consumption of soft drinks of the Coca-Cola company by country 1991-2012 This statistic illustrates the annual per capita consumption of soft drinks of the Coca-Cola company in selected countries in 1991, 2011 and 2012, measured in finished 8-fluid ounce beverages. In 2012, some 745 servings of 8-fluid-ounce beverages were consumed per person in Mexico. In 2015, the consumption of soft drinks in Mexico amounted to about 434 liters per capita.
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This statistic illustrates the annual per capita consumption of soft drinks of the Coca-Cola company in selected countries in 1991, 2011 and 2012, measured in finished 8-fluid ounce beverages. In 2012, some 745 servings of 8-fluid-ounce beverages were consumed per person in Mexico. In 2015, the consumption of soft drinks in Mexico amounted to about 434 liters per capita.
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Release date
July 2013
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
1991 to 2012
Supplementary notes
* No data available for the respective years.
Data prior to 2012 have been taken from a previous edition of the publication.

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