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Sweeteners in the European Union


Agrarwirtschaft 46(4/5): 204-207
Sweeteners in the European Union
While sugar sales in the EU(15) have risen only slightly between 1984/85 and 1994/95 from 12.247 Mt to 12.746 Mt, household consumption per head has fallen from 13.4 kg (39%) to 9.3 kg (27%) and food industry utilization has increased from 7.337 Mt (59.9%) to 9.1095 Mt (71.4%) or from 20.7 to 25 kg/per caput. These data are broken down by branches of the food industry and by individual member countries.


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