Can Restaurants Lead Ag Education? Truth in Marketing Would be a Start

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Opinion

When it comes to meat, poultry is continuing to see big demand across the country, largely because of  our appetite for chicken. The Canadian Meat Council says that in 2010 the average Canadian ate almost 16 kilograms of poultry compared to 13 kg of beef and 12 kg of pork. Moving forward, poultry demand will rise as the industry expects we’ll each consume an average of over 18 kg by 2020, to go along with a slight drop in beef consumption and a slight rise in the amount of pork we eat. With all that demand for chicken, the wrestling…

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