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Per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden 2011-2016, by type

Per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden from 2011 to 2016, by type (in liters)

by M. Ridder, last edited Apr 5, 2018
Per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden 2011-2016, by type This statistic shows the per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden from 2011 to 2016, by type. During this period, the per capita volume of soft drinks was by far highest, but has fluctuated. In 2011, the consumption volume of soft drinks amounted to 94.3 liters per person. In 2016, soft drinks consumption had a volume of 95.1 liters per person.
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Per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden from 2011 to 2016, by type (in liters)

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by M. Ridder, last edited Apr 5, 2018
This statistic shows the per capita consumption volume of non-alcoholic beverages in Sweden from 2011 to 2016, by type. During this period, the per capita volume of soft drinks was by far highest, but has fluctuated. In 2011, the consumption volume of soft drinks amounted to 94.3 liters per person. In 2016, soft drinks consumption had a volume of 95.1 liters per person.
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