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Do you eat meat? Well, if you do, then you might find our next news interesting. A study says that the world has a 1 need for meat. In 1960, the world ate 64 million tonnes of meat, about 21 kg for each person. In 2007, the number rose to 268 million tonnes, about 40 kg for each person. At the same time, 2. In the 1960s, beef was high on the menu. Of the meat that was eaten, 40% was beef. In 2007, pork became the star. Poultry also became popular, going up from 12% to 32%, thanks to people’s worries about their health these years. And 3? You’re guessing the U.S.A., right? The answer is Luxembourg! In 2007, each Luxembourger ate about 137 kg of meat! Second to Luxembourgers are Americans. In 2007, each American ate about 126 kg! Now, enough with the numbers. I’m playing you a song called Currywurst. The singer sings his love for the meat dish of the same name. Enjoy!

tonne 公噸
poultry 家禽(肉)
1.
falling
common
special
growing
2.
there have been changes in the list of favorite meats
new kinds of meat have come on the market
we have changed our way of cooking meat
doctors have been worried that we eat too much meat
3.
which country uses up the most meat for each person
where can you eat the world’s most delicious meat
where does the world’s best meat come from
which country is the world’s biggest meat maker