Cheese consumption per capita in Belgium 2013-2022

This statistic presents data on the volume of cheese consumed per capita in Belgium from 2013 to 2017, with a forecast for 2018 to 2022 (in kilograms). In this period, the per capita consumption of cheese in Belgium decreased nearly year on year. In 2013, on average Belgians ate 11.3 kilograms of cheese per year. By 2017, this had decreased to 11.1 kilograms per capita. In the future, the per capita cheese consumption is expected to decrease only further. According to this forecast, by 2022 the Belgians will eat approximately 10.6 kilos per person per year.

Volume of cheese consumed per capita in Belgium from 2013 to 2017, with a forecast for 2018 to 2022

Consumption per capita in kilograms
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Release date

September 2018

Region

Belgium

Survey time period

2013 to 2022

Supplementary notes

* Figures from 2018 onwards are forecast.

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