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Lifestyle > Food and drink > Tea > Consumption: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Kilograms of tea consumed per person per year, 2002.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 United Kingdom 2.3 kgs 2002
2 Ireland 1.5 kgs 2002
3 New Zealand 1 kgs 2002
4 Japan 0.9 kgs 2002
=5 Netherlands 0.8 kgs 2002
=5 Australia 0.8 kgs 2002
7 Germany 0.7 kgs 2002
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 0.657 kgs 2002
=8 Norway 0.4 kgs 2002
=8 Switzerland 0.4 kgs 2002
=8 Sweden 0.4 kgs 2002
=11 Finland 0.3 kgs 2002
=11 Austria 0.3 kgs 2002
=13 Denmark 0.2 kgs 2002
=13 France 0.2 kgs 2002
=13 Canada 0.2 kgs 2002
=13 United States 0.2 kgs 2002
=17 Italy 0.1 kgs 2002
=17 Belgium 0.1 kgs 2002

Citation

"Countries Compared by Lifestyle > Food and drink > Tea > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Global Market Information Database, published by Euromonitor. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Lifestyle/Food-and-drink/Tea/Consumption

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Interesting observations about Lifestyle > Food and drink > Tea > Consumption

United States ranked 4th last for food and drink > tea > consumption amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2002.
All of the bottom 18 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are High income OECD.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are European.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are Cold countries'.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are Heavily indebted.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are European Union.
14 of the top 18 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are Christian.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are English speaking .
Canada ranked second last for food and drink > tea > consumption amongst Non-religious countries in 2002.
All of the top 2 countries by food and drink > tea > consumption are Western European.

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