Grocery spend of beer consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013, by beer type

Average grocery expenditure of beer consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2013, by beer type (in GBP)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 22, 2013
Grocery spend of beer consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013, by beer type This statistic shows the average grocery expenditure of beer consumers in the United Kingdom in January 2013, by beer type. According to the research, consumers who typically bought lager spent an average of 44.90 British pounds on groceries, while consumers buying bottled and canned ales were likely to spend slightly more.
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Average grocery expenditure of beer consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) in January 2013, by beer type (in GBP)

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