RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This year, Brazilians will consume the lowest amount of beef per person in 25 years, estimates CONAB (National Foodstuff Supply Company). According to the agency, the crisis scenario of recent years - with the 2014 - 2016 recession, the slow recovery from 2017 to 2019 and the new crisis caused by Covid-19 since last year - has been driving down the total consumption of meat (beef, pork and chicken) since 2014.
From 2013, when it reached 96.7 kilos per person per year, the peak since official records began in 1996, there have been 6 consecutive years of . . .
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