Weekly household consumption of biscuits in the UK 2006-2015, by type

The statistic shows the average weekly purchase per person of biscuits and crispbread for household consumption in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2006 to 2016/17, by type. The data is split by types typically consumed in the UK, including sweet biscuits (not chocolate) and cereal bars, chocolate biscuits, cream crackers and other unsweetened biscuits and crispbread. In 2013, an average of 93 grams of sweet biscuits and cereal bars and 51 grams of chocolate biscuits were consumed per person per week in UK households.

Average purchase per person per week of biscuits and crispbread in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2006 to 2015, by type

Sweet biscuits (not chocolate) and cereal barsChocolate biscuitsCream crackers and other unsweetened biscuitsCrispbread
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Release date

April 2018


United Kingdom

Survey time period

2006 to 2016/17

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