Honey consumption and production
What about European production and consumption ?
Today in Europe, the total honey consumption is about 1.020.074.477 lbs so around 1,3 lb per year and per inhabitant.
The biggest consumer of honey is Greece with 3,3 lbs per year and per inhabitant. After that, there are Switzerland, Austria and Germany.
In this category, France is 15th with only about 1,3 lb of consumed honey per year and per inhabitant. Finally, the smallest consumer of honey is Poland with about 0,22 lb per year and per inhabitant.
Today in Europe, the total honey production is about 774.916.033,1 lbs.
The biggest honey producer in Europe is Ukraine with 165.126.000 lbs per year so around 21 % of the total production. After that, there are Russia, Spain and Romania.
France is a little honey producer with only 35.273.962 lb per year so around 5 % of the total production.
Finally the smallest producer is Italy with 26.455.471 lbs so around 3 % of the total production of honey.
(These informations are from the website of "Apinov". The numbers given by this study are from 2007).
What about world consumption and production ?
The biggest consumers of honey in the world are: the United States, France, Germany, England and Japan. These countries are considered like "consumers" because their productions doesn't cover half of their consumption.
For example, France produces about 35273961 lbs of honey every year and consumes about 76872986 lbs of honey every year. Among these five countries, it's the United States which are the biggest consumer ; they consume about 371.977.156 lbs of honey every year.
On the opposite, Mexico, Argentina and New-Zealand produce much more of honey than they consume. For example, Argentina produces about 178.574.432 lbs of honey every year while they consume about 2.808.689 lbs of honey every year.
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