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## Food Statistics > Tea consumption (most recent) by country

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Rank   Countries  Amount
# 1     United Kingdom: 2.3 kgs
# 2     Ireland: 1.5 kgs
# 3     New Zealand: 1 kgs
# 4     Japan: 0.9 kgs
= 5     Australia: 0.8 kgs
= 5     Netherlands: 0.8 kgs
# 7     Germany: 0.7 kgs
= 8     Sweden: 0.4 kgs
= 8     Switzerland: 0.4 kgs
= 8     Norway: 0.4 kgs
= 11     Finland: 0.3 kgs
= 11     Austria: 0.3 kgs
= 13     United States: 0.2 kgs
= 13     France: 0.2 kgs
= 13     Denmark: 0.2 kgs
= 17     Italy: 0.1 kgs
= 17     Belgium: 0.1 kgs
Weighted average: 0.6 kgs

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

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 NZyke 5th October 2011 Is it 2.3kgs per year? Month? HELP!! Bob 12th July 2010 This is so wrong. Turkey and India should be right at the top and they aren't even in the top 20? Charles of Christchurch NZ 16th February 2010 Looking at the Nationmaster rankings, China should often be there (tea, pork, murder rate are a few I would suggest) but is not. This indicates that the data quality is poor. Nationmaster's view of "food" is peculiar to say the least. It includes alcohol, soft drinks, tea, coffee, McDonalds, Subway but NOT fruit, vegetables, bread or milk. Or maybe my understanding of the word "food" is warped. M. Sevim 23rd June 2009 This list is not correct, at least not complete. Visit the Wikipedia page for correct and current list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_tea_consumption_per_capita