In the past four years, meat has carved a bigger and bigger slice for itself on the dinner plate, according to a recent report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The surge follows a 9 percent decline in per-capita meat and poultry demand from 2004-2014. The report forecasts that the average American will gobble 222.2 pounds of red meat and poultry this year, which would mark a new high. The Agriculture Department also anticipates record demand for eggs.
Does the Wave Principle have anything to say about the meat mania?
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