Which country has the largest beef consumption?
1.150.000$ for full tank
I read it was Australia
http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Argentina has the world's highest consumption rate of beef, at 65 kg a year per capita although it has been said this amount has slightly reduced… in the past few years and has been superseded by Uruguay at 58.2kg per capita in 2010
Argentina. http://www.allcountries.org/uscensus/1370_per_capita_consumption_of_meat_and.html. Argentina. http://www.allcountries.org/uscensus/1370_per_capita_consumption_of…_meat_and.html
This may surprise many, but it is India - in front of Australia, Brazil and USA. See the related link below.
Argentina is one, but what is some others, like big ones? Well, India is ranked number one in the Cattle production. Source-http://www.spectrumcommodities.com/education/…commodity/statistics/cattle.HTML
INDIA against religion
About 60 pounds per capita.
Grains, it is at the bottom of the pyramid and is the widest. Itshould be eaten more than the other food groups.
First is Brazil. Second is Autralia. Third is USA. Fourth is India. Fifth is New Zealand. Sixth is Canada. Seventh is Argentina.
Starting in 1992, chicken consumption for the first time surpassed that of beef, America's former top meat choice, and this trend continued into the twenty-first century
There are actually two countries that are growing in being beef producers: Australia and Brazil. Brazil is by far the largest producer of beef, followed by Australia and New Z…ealand.
Beef comes from every country in the world of every continent except Antarctica.
I used to work in the liquor biz and we were told by our marketing group that in terms of sales Christmas is #1, followed by Thanksgiving at #2. Interestingly though Thanksgiv…ing is supposedly worse for DUI's and DUI related fatalities. But I guess while people who drink will do so during just about any holiday, Christmas while being a big one in terms of consumption is the largest in terms of sales due to people giving booze as gifts, as well as consuming it. I recall Easter was a big one, maybe third, while New Years / Valentines (think Champagne) and Mother's Day were others. But basically any holiday (in America) where people are gathering for a big family meal equates to higher alcohol consumption.