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How much meat do we eat? New figures show 6 countries have hit their peak

By Diana Bogueva, Team Manager/ Adjunct Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Sydney
Clare Whitton, Curtin University
Clive Phillips, Former Foundation Professor of Animal Welfare, University of Queensland, Curtin University
Dora Marinova, Professor of Sustainability, Curtin University
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The average amount of meat a person ate each year worldwide increased from 29.5kg in 2000 to 34kg in 2019. But there are some surprising differences between nations, including Australia and NZ.The Conversation

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