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According to Statistics Estonia, Estonian resident consumes 188 grams of potatoes a day, Latvian and Lithuanian residents 274 and 234 grams, respectively. The data are based on the European food consumption database DAFNE (Data Food Networking), which since autumn 2010 also contains data on Estonia.
In Estonia the food consumption of urban and rural households differs. Urban households consume more fruit, nuts, non-alcoholic beverages, juice and olive oil. Rural households consume more potatoes, milk, cereals and meat products, also sugar and sweets.
DAFNE database (http://www.hhf-greece.gr/dafnesoftweb/Main.aspx?type=multi) enables to observe food consumption trends by different countries as well as inside the country by years according to education, household composition and other indicators. With regard to Estonia the data of the Household Budget Survey of Statistics Estonia in 2003–2007 have been used.
More detailed overview on trends of food consumption in Estonia is available in the report on the website of Statistics Estonia: Statistics> Subject areas > Social life > Households (http://www.stat.ee/dokumendid/45653).
Food consumption by countries*
* Data on Estonia and Lithuania are from year 2007, on other countries — the data from the last year available. The Baltic countries having similar food consumption habits have been compared with Southern European countries Portugal and Greece in order to bring out bigger differences in food consumption between countries.
Source: Statistics Estonia