Palm oil consumption in India 2012-2019

Palm oil consumption in India was estimated to reach about 10 million metric tons in fiscal year 2019. There was a consistent increase in the domestic consumption of palm oil since fiscal year 2012. That year, the worldwide consumption of the oil stood at close to 74 million metric tons according to the source.

Palm oil consumption in India from FY 2012 to FY 2019 (in million metric tons)*

Consumption in thousand metric tons
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Release date

September 2019



Survey time period

FY 2012 to FY 2019*

Supplementary notes

*Data is in reference to the United States federal government's fiscal year. It is the 12-month period beginning October and ending September the following year. For example, FY 2019 is from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019.

** Estimated data calculated based on the data from 11 months of that fiscal year.

Values have been rounded for clarity.

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