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France: decline in meat consumption

Throughout 2011 the consumption of meat in France was down 2.5% from the previous year.

Wednesday 8 February 2012 (6 years 4 months 15 days ago)

Throughout 2011 the consumption of meat in France was down 2.5% from the previous year. This decrease is due, among other factors, to the average increase in prices of 3.1%, an increase that still does has offset the cost of raw materials and industrial loads. Processed products follow the opposite trend although their market share grew by less than last year (in 2011 they accounted for 33.2% of all meat products sold in supermarkets, while in 2010 the figure was 32.6% and in 2009, 31.5%).

Regarding the fresh pork, it suffered a deadweight loss of -3.3% by volume at a price 3.3% higher, although lower than that of its nearest competitor, chicken meat (5.4).

sunday February 6, 2012/ SNIV/ France.
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Jessica Adams19-Feb-2012 (6 years 4 months 4 days ago)

Being a vegetarian has become very popular in recent times, advocated as the best way of remaining healthy. A vegetarian diet consists of a mix of vegetables, fruits and whole grains. However, even if this looks like a healthier option, a complete vegetarian diet may not fulfill all the nutritional requirements of the body.
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