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I will pay for the following article Global Poultry Consumption. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I will pay for the following article Global Poultry Consumption. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The increased consumption is characterized by consumer preference for high quality at a relatively low cost that results from efficient production. Production and consumption of poultry have increased globally by 53%. turkey 13%, goose meat 53% and duck meat 67% as stated by Poultry Science. The statistics do not include value-added products although alternative production approaches including food processing and restaurants attract higher prices. The largest producers of poultry include India which produces 217% followed closely by Brazil with 112% and China with 67% (Poultry Science).
Asia accounts for a large percentage of the world’s population and this is associated with the increasing demand and consumption of poultry products. The graph below shows the poultry consumption in Asia as compared to the rest of the world.
The trend is notable in other parts of the world including Africa and the Oceanic region although Africa lags behind on global average due to the poor economic conditions. The graph below shows the consumption in these two regions as compared to other parts of the world.
Increasing income and better marketing have resulted in a remarkable increase in consumption over the past two decades in China. The buying habits of consumers have changed with an increase in the amount of chicken consumed leading to an expansion of the eating places. The total annual poultry consumption in urban areas have increased progressively. it increased from 7.5 pounds in 1990 to 18.3 pounds per capita in 2006 (WATTAgNet.com). .