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France was the largest consumer of avocado in Europe in the 2022/2023 season

Fresh Avocado
United States
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 22, 2024

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France is the top consumer of avocados in Europe, importing 150,000 tons and consuming 2.3 kilograms per person in the 2022/2023 season, according to the World Avocado Organization (WAO). The UK and Germany are close behind, each importing around 110,000 tons, but Scandinavia has higher per capita consumption at 2.2 kg per person. Millennials and Gen Z are the primary consumers, drawn by the fruit's health benefits and taste. Peru is Europe's main avocado supplier, providing 331,767 tons in the same season.
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(Agraria.pe) The latest data from the World Avocado Organization (WAO) for the 2022/2023 season reveals which European markets are the largest consumers of avocados. Compared to last year, the United Kingdom joins Germany in second place, with around 110,000 tonnes each. However, France is leading the love for avocados, importing an impressive 150,000 tons during the 2022/2023 season. Other notable countries are Scandinavia and Italy, which show great appetite with 60,000 and 45,000 tons respectively. But what does all this mean? If we look at the results of per capita consumption, France once again takes the lead as the European country that consumes the most avocados, with 2.3 kilograms per person in 2022/23. Although the United Kingdom and Germany rank second and third in total volume, Scandinavia surpasses both countries in terms of consumption per person. Scandinavians consume an average of 2.2 kg per person; the average Briton, 1.6kg; the German, 1.3 kg, and in Italy 0.8 kg ...
Source: Agraria
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