Key indicator

Consumption of food products

Compared to 2016, in 2019 slight changes may be observed in consumption of food products, which is partially affected by change of eating habits/ diet, as well as choice of households to eat outside home.

Consumption of potatoes, sugar, milk, pork, garden fruits and local drupes has dropped, while consumption of eggs, meat preparations, tropical fruits, mineral water and non-alcoholic beverages has gone up.

Survey results show that in 2019 one household member on average consumed 41 l of milk, 13 kg of cheese and curd, 32 kg of bread, 210 eggs, 16 kg of fresh pork, 11 kg of fresh poultry, 20 kg of sausage products and smoked meat, 48 kg of potatoes and 5 kg of fresh fish. In respect to fruit, the greatest numbers per one household member annually were recorded in consumption of garden fruits and local drupes (19 kg), tropical fruits and berries (13 kg), citrus fruits (10 kg), garden berries (6 kg).

 

Consumption of food products

 

2019

 

TOTAL

Urban

Rural

Wheat bread (kg)

13.73

11.95

17.62

Rye bread (kg)

12.42

11.03

15.44

Fine rye bread and other kinds of bread (kg)

5.51

5.69

5.11

Pork (kg)

16.40

14.24

21.08

Poultry (kg)

11.42

12.27

9.56

Sausage products and smoked meat (kg)

19.78

18.36

22.90

Processed meat and meat preparations (kg)

8.55

8.89

7.83

Fish (fresh, chilled and frozen) (kg)

5.37

5.71

4.65

Canned fish, processed fish-based preparations (kg)

2.63

2.83

2.17

Milk (l)

40.68

39.29

43.69

Cheese (kg)

6.73

7.01

6.13

Cottage cheese, curd (kg)

6.24

6.50

5.67

Eggs (pieces)

210

204

224

Citrus fruits (kg)

9.76

10.70

7.70

Garden fruits and local drupes (kg)

19.15

20.84

15.47

Tropical fruits and berries (kg)

13.25

15.32

8.74

Garden and cultivated berries (kg)

6.11

6.78

4.64

Potatoes (kg)

47.89

41.81

61.13

Sugar (kg)

9.78

8.24

13.14

Ice cream, edible ice (l)

3.74

4.17

2.79

Mineral water (l)

36.45

39.43

29.95

Non-alcoholic beverages (l)

15.24

15.93

13.74

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