Imports, exports, production and consumption from 2016

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        A somewhat new look and a lot of new data come with the Department Of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service Annual Honey Report this year, making the information more useful and offering a bigger, better picture of the U.S. Honey Industry. There are, of course, some of the usual issues with the data, but they are consistent with previous year’s data so are predictable.
        Beginning this year new tables have been added with estimates on expenditures, incomes, and other data related to beekeeping.

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Honey consumption

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        Europe is the largest global consumer of honey, being responsible for more than 20% of the total global consumption. China, the US and Turkey are the other major global honey consumers.
        Between 2009 and 2013, consumption remained stable despite increasing prices on the global market. Apparent consumption only fluctuated slightly, amounting to almost 362,000 tonnes in 2013. After an increase in consumption between 2009 and 2011, European honey consumption decreased slightly between 2011 and 2013.
        Germany is the leading market for honey, representing 23% of total European honey consumption (around 85,000 tonnes). Other major consumers of honey in Europe are the UK (12% of total European consumption), France (10%), Spain (8%) and Poland (7%).
2015, from https://www.cbi.eu/market-information/honey-sweeteners/trade-statistics/

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