No. The United States is the #1 consumer of beef, followed by Brazil, Japan, and China. According to the USDA, ground beef is the most commonly-consumed beef product in the United States. Thus, I would say that the US consumes considerably more ground beef than the rest of the world. This probably has a lot to do with the dominant culture’s reliance on fast foods.
I am assuming “we” refers to the US and no, the US has the highest beef consumption rate. But meat consumption is raising around the world. Experts predict that by 2050 the amount of meat produced around the world will have nearly doubled from where it is right now. Currently 42 kilograms of meat is produced per person per year worldwide. But consumption is not evenly distributed. While developing countries have greatly increased their production and have increased their consumption, there is still 80 kilograms consumed per person in the developed world, compared to 30 kilograms person person consumed in the developing world.
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