Free sugar and calorie intake from at-home food and drink Great Britain 2015

This statistic shows the contribution of free sugars to calorie intake from take-home food and drink in Great Britain in 2015, by social class. Those in the non-working band have the highest contribution of free sugars to calorie intake at 14.1 percent, followed by the working class at 13.3 percent.

Contribution of free sugars to calorie intake from take-home food and drink in Great Britain in 2015, by social class*

Free sugars share of total calories
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Source

Release date

April 2016

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

* AB = upper middle and middle class, C1 = lower middle class, C2 = skilled working class, D = working class, E = non-working.

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