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Tax on meat could offset health costs

  • 20 Nov 09:24

Tax on meat could offset health costs Published in the journal PLoS One, the study conducted by the Oxford Martin School and the Nuffield Department of Population Health focused on optimal levels of taxation for red and processed meat in 149 world regions, to account for the cost burden on healthcare systems and spur changes in consumption patterns. In high income countries, it found, red meat would need to be 20% more expensive and processed meat, like bacon, sausages and jerky, would need to be more than double its current price to account for the health costs associated with their consumption. The World Health Organisation classifies beef, lamb and pork as carcinogenic when eaten in processed form,. Read more...

Kazakhstan meat consumption slow down due to higher prices

  • 24 Sep 09:48

Kazakhstan meat consumption slow down due to higher prices Kazakhstan's meat consumption in the second quarter of this year has registered a decrease due to a rise in prices, reportsTrendnews agency. Consumption of meat products in cities decreased by 2% compared to 1Q and in rural areas by 8%. Horse meat has increased its average price by 1.7% per month, reaching $4.7 in the summer months. The horse meat price is up by 9.3% compared to the same period of 2017. Chichen meat has also marked an increase of 1.1% per month, followed by beef, mutton, and pork by 0.2-0.3% (6-8% per year). Meat consumption per capita is now down by 4.1% compared to the first quarter of 2018, reaching 18.7 kilograms. Rural area households have. Read more...

Global consumption of meat and fish to increase by 15% between 2018-2027

  • 12 Jul 10:49

Global consumption of meat and fish to increase by 15% between 2018-2027 The total consumption of meat and fish at a global level is expected to increase by 15% between 2018 and 2027, while meat and fish consumption at a per capita level is to rise by only 3% in the mentioned period, according to a new report launched by the OECD and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The report says that there is expected to be stark variations across region regarding meat and fish consumption. Sub-Saharan Africa is forecasted to be the region with the strongest growth in total consumption due to a rise in the number of inhabitants, here per capita consumption is expected to decline by 3%. On the other hand, the report underlines the fact. Read more...

Global meat consumption will rise

  • 28 Mar 12:24

Global meat consumption will rise The estimated sales figure for 2018 is forecasted to reach $154.7 bn. by 2021, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.25% between 2016 and 2021, according to the Euromonitor International market study commissioned by Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC). For 2016, according to Euromonitor data, sales of the global meat and poultry market were situated at an estimated $145.4 bn., up by a CAGR of 1.0% between 2011 and 2016. A forecast made by industry sources quoted by Euromonitor’s study says that the global meat consumption should rise by 7% by 2023, while 70% of this increase will come from poultry. The increase in poultry consumption is expected to be. Read more...

Protein consumption around the world

  • 8 Dec 08:34

Protein consumption around the world Across a range of countries, consumers reflect diversity in their protein consumption (excluding seafood). Key points: Regular beef consumption is consistent at 20–30% of non-seafood meals across the globe. Sheepmeat consumption varies considerably, and is only higher than beef in some MENA (Middle East and North Africa) markets. Beef is generally perceived to be high in nutrition, premium and superior in quality and taste Chicken is universally included in meals in all countries (least in China (19%), highest in Jordan and Malaysia (52% and 47% respectively), and particularly strong in Canada (39%) (Figure 1). Figure 1:Meals that consumers. Read more...

Russians are beginning to eat more meat

  • 25 Jul 10:39

Russians are beginning to eat more meat Russian meat consumption is set to reach 75.2kg per capita in 2017, which corresponds to the pre-crisis level of 2013 and is an increase of 2kg on 2016, according to Yuri Kovalev, chairman of the Russian Union. Read more...

Russia eats more baby food than meat

  • 19 Oct 11:23

Russia eats more baby food than meat Russia consumed more baby food per capita than it did meat in 2015, according to London-based data. Read more...

China's plan to cut meat consumption by 50% cheered by climate campaigners

  • 23 Jun 07:56

New dietary guidelines could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 1bn tonnes by 2030, and could lessen country’s problems with obesity and diabetes China now consumes 28% of the world’s meat, including half of its pork. Photograph: Wong Campion/Reuters The Chinese government has outlined a plan to reduce its citizens’ meat consumption by 50%, in a move that climate campaigners hope will provide major heft in the effort to avoid runaway global warming. Newdietary guidelinesdrawn up by China’s health ministry recommend that the nation’s 1.3 billion population should consume between 40g to 75g of meat per person each day. The. Read more...

Russia’s meat giants see profits plummet

  • 3 Jun 11:55

Russia’s meat giants see profits plummet Two of Russia’s largest meat companies experienced a sharp drop in profits in the first quarter of 2016,. Read more...

Mapped: The countries that eat the most meat

  • 18 May 09:00

Mapped: The countries that eat the most meat To mark National Vegetarian Week, we're looking beyond UK borders to map the countries around the world that consume the most - and the least - meat. It will come as no surprise to discover that the biggest guzzlers of animal flesh are our American cousins. US residents consume, on average, 120.2 kilos of meat each year, according to 2009 figures (the latest comprehensive statistics we were able to obtain) from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. That compares with 84.2 kilos scoffed by Britons, 63.5 kilos by its Mexican neighbours, 25.8 kilos by natives of Thailand, and just 4.4 kilos by Indian citizens. The 10 countries that. Read more...