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Per capita consumption of wheat flour in Germany 1950/51-2018/19

This statistic shows data on the development of the average per capita consumption of wheat flour in Germany from 1950/51 to 2018/19. In 2018/19, the average per capita consumption of wheat flour was 65.6 kilograms, a decrease compared to the previous year at 66.7 kilograms.

Per capita consumption of wheat flour in Germany from 1950/51 to 2018/19

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Release date

October 2020

Region

Germany

Survey time period

1950/51 to 2018/19

Special properties

Soft wheat

Supplementary notes

* Preliminary figure

Figures refer to durum wheat and common wheat flour; up to 1989/1990, figures refer to western federal states of Germany only.

Prior-year figures have been taken from previous publications of the source.

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