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Drivers of Protein Consumption: A Cross-Country Analysis
Consumption and production of proteins derived from animals have more significant environmental and health impacts than proteins derived from plants. This raises concerns mainly in consideration of the predictable increased consumption of animal proteins at the expense of vegetal ones due to growing income, especially in developing countries. Animal protein consumption, and particularly meat consumption, seems to start to decrease at a high level of income, which may suggest that economicdoi:10.3390/su13137399 fatcat:jhpg2f6o3rdjfosx4hsqfadyha