2020 Insights on Global Meat & Poultry Trends – Key Trends Impacting Meat Consumption

March 25, 2020 ResearchAndMarkets.com

The publisher projects that global meat and poultry consumption will reach 313 million metric tons in 2023. Global per capita consumption will rise slightly to 39 kilograms per year.

Packaged Facts: Global Meat Consumption on the Rise

March 5, 2020 Packaged Facts

Meat-eaters are increasingly selecting plant-based protein options rather than meat for health, environmental, and flavor reasons. Nevertheless, meat consumption worldwide is expected to increase 1.4% per year through 2023, according to data published in the new Packaged Facts report Global Meat & Poultry Trends.

The World’s Appetite for Fresh Meat is Not Slowing Down

October 18, 2019 Euromonitor International

Fresh meat represents 89% of the total volume of meat sold globally and is projected to grow by 2% annually through 2023, according to global market research company Euromonitor International during the webinar: ‘The future of meat: is consumption really decreasing?’.

Meatless Alternatives are on The Rise — But so is Global Meat Consumption

June 21, 2019 Uptin Saiidi, CNBC

While the alternative meat market could grow to be worth $140 billion globally in the next ten years, according to Barclays, it’s still a small percentage of the current $1.4 trillion global meat market which is also showing no signs of slowing down.