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Consumption of beef per capita in Canada 2000-2019

Consumption of beef per capita in Canada from 2000 to 2019 (in kilograms of carcass weight)

by Emma Bedford, last edited May 9, 2019
Consumption of beef per capita in Canada 2000-2019 In 2017, consumption of beef per capita amounted to around 26.4 kilograms in Canada. This figure is forecast to decrease slightly to 26.3 kilograms in 2019. This expected decrease follows a long-term a downward trend: in the year 2000 consumption per capita was around 32 kilograms.
Why is beef consumption declining?

Whilst almost 50 percent of Canadian consume meat or meat containing products daily, a fair share of consumers are also reducing or eliminating meat entirely from their diet according to a recent generational survey. It was revealed that some 33 percent of Baby Boomers and 29 percent of Millennials were working towards eating less meat or a completely meat-free diet. Additionally, some Canadians are actively avoiding specifically beef and other red meat in their diets. Females aged over 55 are the demographic most likely to be avoiding such foods, followed by females aged between 18 and 34. Leading motives given for reducing or stopping beef consumption completely include financial, health and food safety and environmental reasons.
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by Emma Bedford, last edited May 9, 2019
In 2017, consumption of beef per capita amounted to around 26.4 kilograms in Canada. This figure is forecast to decrease slightly to 26.3 kilograms in 2019. This expected decrease follows a long-term a downward trend: in the year 2000 consumption per capita was around 32 kilograms.
Why is beef consumption declining?

Whilst almost 50 percent of Canadian consume meat or meat containing products daily, a fair share of consumers are also reducing or eliminating meat entirely from their diet according to a recent generational survey. It was revealed that some 33 percent of Baby Boomers and 29 percent of Millennials were working towards eating less meat or a completely meat-free diet. Additionally, some Canadians are actively avoiding specifically beef and other red meat in their diets. Females aged over 55 are the demographic most likely to be avoiding such foods, followed by females aged between 18 and 34. Leading motives given for reducing or stopping beef consumption completely include financial, health and food safety and environmental reasons.
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