Do Texans eat more beef than other states?



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    I think if you asked a Texan, he or she would insist, but the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) says otherwise. Although it does not have specific data per state, the USDA claims that the Midwest consumes more beef than the rest of the country, consuming about 73 lbs per year. Also, people who lived in rural areas tended to eat more beef than that, at about 75 lbs per year. It also has information on what demographic eats the most beef; African Americans ate the most beef per year with 77 lbs. It should be noted that this data is based on data obtained in 1994-1996 and 1998. More information can be found below.

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