Consumption of vodka's, liqueurs and other spirits per 100% alcohol, increased in Poland in 2017 to 3.3 l per person, compared with 2.5 l in 2015 – said the Central Bureau of Statistics.
According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, consumption dropped at the same time wine and fellow up to 6.1 l per person from 8.6 l. Beer consumption per person increased. According to CSO data, the statistical pool drank 80.7 liters of malt beer annually in 2015, compared to 98.5 liters per person in 2017.
According to the Central Bureau of Statistics (GUS), since 2005 the number of roasted Poles has declined cigarettes from 1974 pieces per person to 1345 pieces in 2017.
The CSO data also show that we are eating less and less Eggs. Their consumption fell per person from 215 pieces to 139 pieces.
We also eat less fruits and vegetables. In 2015, a statistical pool ate 110 kg of vegetables and 54.1 kg of fruit per year. This consumption fell in 2017 to 105 kg and 53 kg respectively.
PAP / Łukasz Pawłowski / OP