Per capita consumption of dried fruit in Germany 1950/51-2015/16

This statistic shows data on the development of the average per capita consumption of dried fruit in Germany from 1950/51 to 2015/2016. In 1970/71, the average per capita consumption of dried fruit was roughly 1.2 kilograms. By 2015/16 this figure had increased to 1.4 kilograms, according to preliminary results.

Per capita consumption of dried fruit in Germany from 1950/51 to 2015/16

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Source

Release date

July 2017

Region

Germany

Survey time period

1950/51 to 2015/16

Supplementary notes

* Preliminary figure.

Figures up to 1989/90 refer to western federal states only. Figures from 1990/91 refer to reunified Germany.

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