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Alcohol consumption and its consequences in France in 2022

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November 2023

Key facts

The first part of the report details changes in the market, taxation, prices, and volumes of alcohol drank, with an increase in the volumes of pure alcohol sold in France (+1.9% in 2022 compared with 2021), and a significant increase in beer (11.3%).

Risks arising from declining consumption patterns

The second part of the report describes changes in drinking patterns (including a drop in heavy episodic drinking), while the third describes the consequences of alcohol in terms of user care (a 1.9% drop in hospital admissions with an alcohol-related main diagnosis) and road safety (a drop in the number of positive tests and fatal accidents).

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