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Meat consumption continues to drop

Meat consumption continues to drop

Belgian meat consumption keeps dropping to 86.46 kilo per person in 2013. In 2005, the average was 99.87 kilo, so it has been a steady drop ever since.

Pork remains the biggest part of a Belgian's meat consumption, with 43.24 kilo per person on a yearly basis. Second place is for beef and veal, averaging 15.39 kilo.

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