European families spent 956 billion euros in 2019 (or 6.8% of the European Union STARTING) on food and non-alcoholic drinks, according to data released Monday by Eurostat. o Romanian families (26%) are the ones who spend the most.
Here is the list of those who lived the most families in Lithuania (20.2%) and Estonia (19.3%).
According to data released by the EU statistics office, Portugal ranks 10th on the list of expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages.
In contrast, Eurostat, the percentage of expenditure on food and non-alcoholic drinks was less than 10% in three EU Member States: Ireland (8.6%), Luxembourg (8, 9%) and Austria (9, seven%).
Spending in this segment accounts for 13% of total consumer spending and ranks third in household spending after “housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels,” which accounted for 23.5% of household spending. “Transportation” represented 13.1%.
Family expenditure on food and non-alcoholic drinks in 2019 as a percentage of total expenditure © Eurostat
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