Helgi's Point - Meat consumption in the Czech Republic

Language: Czech / English
Provider: 2013
The trend is more in favor of consumption of fruit and vegetables and the structure of the meat consumption has been changing from beef and pork more towards poultry and fish. Having said that, Czechs still eat less than 10 kg of fish a year per person, compared to around 17 kg globally, or over 50 kg in Norway. Although the pig is gradually being replaced with the carp (or the pangasius fish, to be more precise) there is no diet revolution happening yet.
Agriculture | Czech Republic | February 14, 2013
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