Chileans eat more poultry and pork

CHILE - The latest national meat consumption statistics in Chile reveal a 5% increase on 2005 meaning that it is now considered to be a developed country.
calendar icon 13 March 2007
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In 2006 Chile’s meat consumption reached 79 kilos per person, a report said.

According to statistics supplied by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, this places Chile near the 81.5 kilos average annual per person consumption enjoyed by developed countries.

At the other end of the scale, countries classed as developing nations consume and average of just 32.3 kilos of meat annually per person, according to the report.

Chile’s pork and poultry consumption increased in 2006 while beef consumption fell by 13%, the report said.


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