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Worldwide meat consumption growing

Aug 29, 2005
World meat production and consumption are continuing to grow. Total meat production reached an estimated 258 million tons in 2004, two per cent higher than the previous year, according to the Worldwatch Institute’s report, Vital Signs 2005. Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) said the report shows that meat production has more than doubled since the 1970s, due to increased demand and the introduction of large-scale production processes. The UN Food and Agricultu...

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