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Breakdown of household retail purchases of fresh and frozen beef GB 1995-2015

Breakdown of household retail purchase volumes of fresh and frozen beef in Great Britain (GB) from 1995 to 2015, by cut (in 1,000 tonnes)

Breakdown of household retail purchases of fresh and frozen beef GB 1995-2015 This statistic shows a breakdown of the household retail purchase volumes of fresh and frozen beef in Great Britain (GB) from 1995 to 2015, by cut. The volume of household purchases of beef has decreased in the period under consideration with a peak in 1995 and a low in 2015, led by a decrease in the volume of beef for roasting. Minced beef and steaks are the only cuts of beef that have increased in the volume of purchases.
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Breakdown of household retail purchase volumes of fresh and frozen beef in Great Britain (GB) from 1995 to 2015, by cut (in 1,000 tonnes)

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This statistic shows a breakdown of the household retail purchase volumes of fresh and frozen beef in Great Britain (GB) from 1995 to 2015, by cut. The volume of household purchases of beef has decreased in the period under consideration with a peak in 1995 and a low in 2015, led by a decrease in the volume of beef for roasting. Minced beef and steaks are the only cuts of beef that have increased in the volume of purchases.
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