The given tables represent a comparison on the typical annual consumption of two types of beverages by a person in different countries.
In general, the consumption of beer appears to be higher than the consumption of fruit juice.
As per the first table, Ireland, Germany and Austria are the top three beer-consuming countries. In Ireland, the average consumption of beer by a person in a year is 155 litres. This is 36 litres more than the Germans and 49 litres more than the people of Austria. Belgium, Denmark and the UK stand at the next three positions with an average consumption of 97 to 98 litres, whereas the consumption of beer by people in the rest of the countries in the list (Australia, USA, Netherlands and Finland) ranged from 79 to 89litres per head.
Turning to the fruit juice consumption, the top two positions are for Canada and the US. This accounts for 52.6 and 42.8 litres respectively. The countries which have an average consumption ranging from 30 to 40 litres are Finland, Australia, Sweden, Austria and Germany, while it is under 30 litres in the UK(29.3 litres), Netherlands(28.1 litres) and New Zealand (24.8 litres).
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