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Rising Prosperity Means Getting to Eat More Meat and Seafood: New at Reason

Among the many benefits of rising prosperity is eating more meat. One of the interesting side effects of rising prosperity around the world has been the change in eating habits in formerly poor countries. In China, for example, people historically relied on cereals, such as rice, for nutrition. Following economic liberalization and increased living standards—Chinese income per capita adjusted for inflation and purchasing power parity rose by an astonishing 1,300 percent between 1978 and 2015—consumption of cereals decreased.
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Rising Prosperity Means Getting to Eat More Meat and Seafood

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