Australian Bureau of Statistics
4307.0.55.001 - Apparent Consumption of Alcohol, Australia, 2011-12 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 18/09/2013
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Estimates of apparent per capita consumption for each of the alcoholic beverage types are also provided, for the population aged 15 years and over. This population is consistent with international standards for measuring trends in apparent consumption over time. See the Explanatory Notes for more information regarding population estimates used to calculate apparent per capita consumption.
It should be noted that estimates of 'apparent consumption' of alcoholic beverages (excluding cider) are derived using information relating to supply (that is, data on domestic sales of Australian produced wine, excise data on alcohol produced for domestic consumption, data on imports and an estimated component for home production). This estimation differs from personal consumption estimates from a survey where individual and group patterns may be derived. This apparent consumption estimate provides a measure of what alcohol is available for consumption in a given financial year (i.e. production). No adjustments are made for:
Also provided for the first time in this publication are estimates of the quantity of pure alcohol available for consumption from cider, derived indirectly from the 2004-05, 2007-08 and 2011-12 ABS National Health Surveys using self-reported information on individuals' consumption of alcohol in conjunction with total apparent consumption of alcohol.
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