Beef consumption is in decline in the US. USDA estimates 2011 U.S.
per capita beef consumption at 57.4 lbs, down 13 percent from 10 years
ago and down about 25 percent from 1980. In 2012, USDA predicts,
Americans will eat 54.1 lbs of beef on average. Of course, the meat
industry is trying to cope with this decline by offering consumer more
affordable cut choices.
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consumption in decline:
Economic, health, ethical and environmental concerns have all led to
the decrease in meat consumption. It’s good news when humanity takes any
step toward being good, compassionate stewards of God’s Creation.
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