We might beat them at rugby and cricket now and again, but we are well beaten in average meat consumption
…when it comes to eating meat, Australia comes first. According to Forbes magazine, every year, the average Australian will eat 205 lbs (93kg) of beef and veal, poultry, pork and sheep meat.
The United States is in second position with 200.6 lbs ) (91kg) (despite a very low value for sheep) followed by Israel with 189.6 lbs. (86kg). South Africa is 11th on the list with a per capita consumption of 50kg per year.