On-trade

June bar volumes up 553%

Provisional Central Statistics Office figures for June's seasonally-adjusted bar sales indicate a 183.8% rise in volumes and a 190.7% rise in values compared to June last year.

 

Bar sales volumes were down 48% in June when compared to pre-Covid June 2019 figure while values were down 46%.

Bar sales volumes were down 48% in June when compared to pre-Covid June 2019 figure while values were down 46%.

However compared to the previous month, May, bar sales volumes were also up by 553.1% in June while values showed a rise of 540.5% according to the figures.

Nevertheless, bar sales volumes were down 48% in June when compared to the pre-Covid June 2019 figure while values were down 46%.

Final seasonally-adjusted figures for May show bar sales volumes down 4.5% on May 2020 with values down 1.1%. Compared to April, May’s volume figure was down 33.3% while bar values showed a decline of 22.0%.

Across the three-month period April to June bar sales volumes showed an increase of 115.2% and a value increase of 122.1% compared to the same period in 2020.

Compared to the immediately preceding three-month period (January to March this year) the April to June period showed a 208.1% growth in volume and a 201.0% growth in value.

Generally, retail sales were up 3.3% in June compared to the preceding month and they were up 10.6% compared to June 2020.

 

 

 

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