The World's Most Carnivorous Countries

Denmark consumes more meat per person than any other country in the world. The U.S. takes the #5 spot:

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the average Dane devours 321 lbs. of meat a year. This edges out New Zealand (313 lbs. per person) for the top spot.

The United States, at 275 lbs., is fifth -- also following the tiny nations of Luxembourg (312 lbs.) and Cyprus (289 lbs.) For the sake of comparison, the average citizen of the United Kingdom eats 175 lbs. of meat a year, and the typical Frenchman 222 lbs.

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