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How much does 1 liter of the most popular liquid products weigh

07 Jun 2023, 00:02, parser
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Russian dairy producers began more often to indicate on the packaging not the volume, but the weight. So, on a package or bottle of milk or kefir, "1 kg" or "1,000 g" may appear. Only sometimes the weight is supplemented with the equivalent in milliliters. Perhaps, in this way, manufacturers are trying to hide the decrease in the volume of products. Judge for yourself: 1 kg of milk takes only about 970 ml.

For some products like cream with a fat content of 33% or table vinegar, the ratio of weight and volume will be one to one. But with the rest of the liquid products, everything is not so clear.

Product Volume (l) Weight (kg)
Jam 1 1,3–1,4
Water (at t 20 °C) 1 0,998
Vodka (at t 20 °C) 1 0,953
Fish oil (at t 20 °C) 1 0,945
Drinking yogurt 1 1,025–1,035
Kvass 1 1,014
Kefir 1 1,027–1,039
Cola 1 1,045
Coconut oil (at t 20 °C) 1 0,93
Olive oil (at t 20 °C) 1 0,908
Sunflower oil (at t 20 °C) 1 0,92–0,93
Honey 1 1,35
Condensed milk 1 1,2
Drinking milk 1 1,029
Beer 5% 1 1,041
Ryazhenka 1 1,025–1,039
Cream 10-20% 1 1,005–1,020
Cream 33% 1 1
Sour cream 15-20% 1 1,018
Sour cream 30-35% 1 1,005
Juice 1 1,050
Tomato paste 1 1,2
Vinegar 9% 1 1
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