Bottled water consumption per capita in Europe 2017, by country

Per capita consumption of bottled water in Europe in 2017, by country (in liters per capita)

Bottled water consumption per capita in Europe 2017, by country This statistic shows the per capita consumption of bottled water in Europe in 2017. In this year, Italy was the leading market for the consumption of bottled water with 188 liters of bottled water consumed per person and Germany was the second largest consumer of bottled water with 175 liters consumed per person. Bottled water in the European Union is predominantly made up of the natural mineral water category.Germany is the market with the largest amount of different mineral water brands. Water is the second most popular non-alcoholic beverage when based on value and compared to soft drinks as a whole. Per capita consumption levels of packaged water are currently on the rise as consumers opt for healthier alternatives to sugar-based beverages.
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Per capita consumption of bottled water in Europe in 2017, by country (in liters per capita)

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Litres consumed per capita
Italy188
Germany175
Hungary126
Belgium130
France125
Spain126
Portugal125
EU Average117
Poland99
Austria92
Greece93
Romania90
Bulgaria80
Croatia74
Slovakia67
Slovenia61
Latvia62
Czech Republic50
Lithuania48
Ireland48
United Kingdom36
Estonia32
Netherlands25
Denmark21
Finland14
Sweden10
Litres consumed per capita
Italy188
Germany175
Hungary126
Belgium130
France125
Spain126
Portugal125
EU Average117
Poland99
Austria92
Greece93
Romania90
Bulgaria80
Croatia74
Slovakia67
Slovenia61
Latvia62
Czech Republic50
Lithuania48
Ireland48
United Kingdom36
Estonia32
Netherlands25
Denmark21
Finland14
Sweden10
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This statistic shows the per capita consumption of bottled water in Europe in 2017. In this year, Italy was the leading market for the consumption of bottled water with 188 liters of bottled water consumed per person and Germany was the second largest consumer of bottled water with 175 liters consumed per person. Bottled water in the European Union is predominantly made up of the natural mineral water category.Germany is the market with the largest amount of different mineral water brands. Water is the second most popular non-alcoholic beverage when based on value and compared to soft drinks as a whole. Per capita consumption levels of packaged water are currently on the rise as consumers opt for healthier alternatives to sugar-based beverages.
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