Sugar consumption per capita reached 8.80 kg in 2013 in Ivory Coast, according to Faostat. This is 2.33 % more than in the previous year.
Historically, sugar consumption per capita in Ivory Coast reached an all time high of 11.0 kg in 1988 and an all time low of 5.92 kg in 1964. When compared to Ivory Coast's main peers, sugar consumption per capita in Burkina Faso amounted to 5.20 kg, 12.3 kg in Guinea, 6.30 kg in Liberia and 9.40 kg in Mali in 2013.
Ivory Coast has been ranked 140th within the group of 160 countries we follow in terms of sugar consumption per capita, 10 places behind the position seen 10 years ago.
Sugar contains carbohydrates and as this name implies, is composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.