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Kiwis Now Eat Nearly 50 Pounds Less Meat Per Capita

on 23 February 2018

According to local media outlet Newstalk ZB (NTZB), New Zealand residents are consuming 20 kilos (44 pounds) less meat per capita than they did 10 years ago. NTZB spoke with local butcher shop owner Hannah Miller who confirmed that sales at her shop Lady Butcher have declined in recent years as consumers are increasingly buying smaller portions. Other regions around the world have also reported a decline in both meat consumption and production. According to market data gathered by research firm Kantar World Panel (KWP), 29 percent of United Kingdom residents consumed a meat-free dinner in 2017. On the production side, the German meat industry produced approximately 340 million pounds less meat in 2017 in response to decreased demand for animal products. (vegnews.com)

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