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Fifty years of beverages consumption trends in Spanish households.
Nutr Hosp. 2016 Jul 13; 33(Suppl 3):316.NH

Abstract

OBJECTIVES

To describe the evolution of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages consumption in the Spanish households from the 60's to nowadays.

METHODS

This study is based on beverages and food consumption in Spanish households; the data sample consisted of consumption and distribution data, obtained from the Household Budget Survey (HBS) since 1964 to 1991 and from the Food Consumption Survey (FCS) since 2000 to 2014, in collaboration with the Spanish Nutrition Foundation (FEN).

RESULTS

In 2014 the average consumption of non-alcoholic beverages was 332 g/person/day, whereas alcoholic beverages consumption represented 72.6 g/person/day. Consumption of non-alcoholic beverages has increased 721% (1964: 46 g/person/day; 1991: 96 g/person/day; 2000: 240 g/person/day and 2014: 332 g/person/day), whereas alcoholic beverages consumption has decreased roughly a 50% (1964: 145 g/person/day; 1991: 113 g/person/day; 2000: 78.4 g/person/day and 2014: 72.6 g/person/day). The most consumed alcoholic beverage in 2014 was beer (41.3 g/day), followed by wine (23.0 g/day). Regarding non-alcoholic beverages, the most consumed was water (144 g/day), followed by cola (ordinary: 30.7 g/day and diet: 20.5 g/day).According to Spanish regions, in 2014 non-alcoholic beverages were the most consumed in the islands (Balearic Islands 521 grams/person/day; Canary Islands 515 grams/person/day), as it was in the nineties (Balearic Islands 148 grams/person/day and Canary Islands 281 grams/person/day). However in 1980-81 the largest consumption of alcoholic beverages was that of Galicia, 408 g/person per day, and the lower in the Canary Islands, 63 g/person per day. In 2014, Murcia and Andalucía represented the regions with the highest consumption of alcoholic beverages. In 2014, alcoholic beverages provided roughly 1.89% of the total energy and 1.47% of sugars, whereas non-alcoholic beverages provided 3.28% of energy and 15.72% of sugars and, in 2000, alcoholic beverages contributed 2.29% of the energy and 1.47% of sugars and non-alcoholic drinks provided 3.76% of the energy and 22.7% of sugars.

CONCLUSION

There have been signifi cant changes in the eating patterns at the Spanish homes, especially regarding beverages consumption, over the last five decades. In general, a higher consumption and variety for non-alcoholic drinks has occurred, especially in the islands. In parallel, a decline in alcoholic beverages consumption has been clearly observed.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Fundación española de la Nutrición - FEN. Madrid. prodriguez@fen.org.es.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

27491581

Citation

Rodríguez Alonso, Paula, et al. "Fifty Years of Beverages Consumption Trends in Spanish Households." Nutricion Hospitalaria, vol. 33, no. Suppl 3, 2016, p. 316.
Rodríguez Alonso P, Del Pozo de la Calle S, Valero Gaspar T, et al. Fifty years of beverages consumption trends in Spanish households. Nutr Hosp. 2016;33(Suppl 3):316.
Rodríguez Alonso, P., Del Pozo de la Calle, S., Valero Gaspar, T., Ruiz Moreno, E., Ávila Torres, J. M., & Varela-Moreiras, G. (2016). Fifty years of beverages consumption trends in Spanish households. Nutricion Hospitalaria, 33(Suppl 3), 316. https://doi.org/10.20960/nh.316
Rodríguez Alonso P, et al. Fifty Years of Beverages Consumption Trends in Spanish Households. Nutr Hosp. 2016 Jul 13;33(Suppl 3):316. PubMed PMID: 27491581.
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TY - JOUR T1 - Fifty years of beverages consumption trends in Spanish households. AU - Rodríguez Alonso,Paula, AU - Del Pozo de la Calle,Susana, AU - Valero Gaspar,Teresa, AU - Ruiz Moreno,Emma, AU - Ávila Torres,José Manuel, AU - Varela-Moreiras,Gregorio, Y1 - 2016/07/13/ PY - 2016/07/07/received PY - 2016/07/07/accepted PY - 2016/8/6/entrez PY - 2016/8/9/pubmed PY - 2017/10/17/medline KW - Non-alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages. Nutrition survey. Dietary habits. SP - 316 EP - 316 JF - Nutricion hospitalaria JO - Nutr Hosp VL - 33 IS - Suppl 3 N2 - OBJECTIVES: To describe the evolution of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages consumption in the Spanish households from the 60's to nowadays. METHODS: This study is based on beverages and food consumption in Spanish households; the data sample consisted of consumption and distribution data, obtained from the Household Budget Survey (HBS) since 1964 to 1991 and from the Food Consumption Survey (FCS) since 2000 to 2014, in collaboration with the Spanish Nutrition Foundation (FEN). RESULTS: In 2014 the average consumption of non-alcoholic beverages was 332 g/person/day, whereas alcoholic beverages consumption represented 72.6 g/person/day. Consumption of non-alcoholic beverages has increased 721% (1964: 46 g/person/day; 1991: 96 g/person/day; 2000: 240 g/person/day and 2014: 332 g/person/day), whereas alcoholic beverages consumption has decreased roughly a 50% (1964: 145 g/person/day; 1991: 113 g/person/day; 2000: 78.4 g/person/day and 2014: 72.6 g/person/day). The most consumed alcoholic beverage in 2014 was beer (41.3 g/day), followed by wine (23.0 g/day). Regarding non-alcoholic beverages, the most consumed was water (144 g/day), followed by cola (ordinary: 30.7 g/day and diet: 20.5 g/day).According to Spanish regions, in 2014 non-alcoholic beverages were the most consumed in the islands (Balearic Islands 521 grams/person/day; Canary Islands 515 grams/person/day), as it was in the nineties (Balearic Islands 148 grams/person/day and Canary Islands 281 grams/person/day). However in 1980-81 the largest consumption of alcoholic beverages was that of Galicia, 408 g/person per day, and the lower in the Canary Islands, 63 g/person per day. In 2014, Murcia and Andalucía represented the regions with the highest consumption of alcoholic beverages. In 2014, alcoholic beverages provided roughly 1.89% of the total energy and 1.47% of sugars, whereas non-alcoholic beverages provided 3.28% of energy and 15.72% of sugars and, in 2000, alcoholic beverages contributed 2.29% of the energy and 1.47% of sugars and non-alcoholic drinks provided 3.76% of the energy and 22.7% of sugars. CONCLUSION: There have been signifi cant changes in the eating patterns at the Spanish homes, especially regarding beverages consumption, over the last five decades. In general, a higher consumption and variety for non-alcoholic drinks has occurred, especially in the islands. In parallel, a decline in alcoholic beverages consumption has been clearly observed. SN - 1699-5198 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/27491581/Fifty_years_of_beverages_consumption_trends_in_Spanish_households_ L2 - http://revista.nutricionhospitalaria.net/index.php/nh/article/view/316/193 DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -