Consumption of fruit juice and nectar in France 2007-2017

The statistic shows data on the total consumption of fruit juice and fruit nectar in France from 2007 to 2017. In 2010, roughly 1.69 billion liters of fruit juice and nectar were consumed in France, which represents the highest level during the given period of time. Nevertheless, the consumption of fruit juice and nectar has continuously decreased on a yearly basis, reaching approximately 1.41 million liters during the past year. Additionally, separate statistics on the consumption of fruit nectar and fruit juice in France are available.

Consumption of fruit juice and fruit nectar in France from 2007 to 2017

Consumption in million liters
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Source

Release date

August 2018

Region

France

Survey time period

2007 to 2017

Supplementary notes

The figures for the years up to 2010 were taken from previous reports of the source.

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