2 edition of On projections of consumption levels for animal products in China by 1990"s found in the catalog.
On projections of consumption levels for animal products in China by 1990"s
by Food and Resource Economics Dept., Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida in Gainesville, FL
Written in English
|Statement||by Cheng Xu.|
|Series||Staff paper / Food and Resource Economics Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida ;, 324, Staff paper (University of Florida. Food and Resource Economics Dept.) ;, 324.|
|LC Classifications||HD9426.C62 C467 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||88622182|
Comparing the demand in these least developed regions to the demand of a transition country like China in (≈ kcal capita −1 d −1, 12% animal-based calories), Sub-Saharan Africa will reach a similar level only in (A1) or (B2). Also South Asia will reach this level only between (A1) and (A2). CURRENT TRENDS IN CONSUMPTION OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS TABLE Contribution of Animal Products to Protein in the Diet Based on 3-Day Intake (in percent) Animal Product 23 Number Milk Red Meat, of Survey and Milk Poultry, Group and AgeParticipants Products Eggs find Fish'i Totali' Children.
The same pattern holds for total use of other resources, such as fossil energy, phosphorus, or land. However, the present trend in food consumption is a rapid increase in animal products at the expense of crops in emerging and developing countries (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, ). This is due mainly to demography. China The Human Capital Index (HCI) database provides data at the country level for each of the components of the Human Capital Index as well as for the overall index, disaggregated by gender. The index measures the amount of human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by given the risks of poor health and poor education.
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Driven by economic reforms and the ensuing increase in living standards, the consumption of animal products in China has more than doubled since the s (Rae, ) and is expected to increase. The elasticities of Table 5 show that as income increases, the consumption of aquatic products, beef, and mutton will increase more than pork and poultry, indicating that with more income, meat consumption in both urban and rural China would become more diversified.
This trend may stimulate the creation of a large non‐traditional meat market Cited by: Table 4 shows trends in per capita consumption of livestock products in different regions and country groups.
There has been a remarkable increase in the consumption of animal products in countries such as Brazil and China, although the levels are still well below the levels of consumption in North American and most other industrialized countries. Under this free-trade scenario, both the production and consumption of agricultural products will increase due to the decline in the equilibrium consumption price.
China's agrifood production is projected to increase by 61% bya result higher than the reference scenario projection of 49%.Cited by: Animal products provide an estimated 16% of the calories and 36% of the protein in human diets on a global basis (Delgado et al., ).These averages mask wide variation among different regions of the world; the values range from 7 and 15% in India and 11 and 26% in all developing countries, to 27 and 56% in all developed countries (Table 1, Table 2).Cited by: In the developed countries, consumption of milk and milk products is also expected to show only limited growth ( percent per year - a similar level to that experienced during the s).
Amongst the developing countries, as was the case in the s, consumption of milk and milk products is expected to grow most strongly in Asia, which. China is the world's leading producer and consumer of a range of agricultural commodities, and one of the top U.S.
trading partners in agricultural products. China’s growth in agricultural production, rising living standards, and evolving agricultural policies make it one of the most dynamic participants in global agricultural markets.
Indeed, China’s economy will rely on consumption to grow, and the consumers spurring that growth will be richer, older and more heterogeneous than they are today. Based on our research conducted in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, we see 10 big trends that will define consumption in China in the next 10 years.
Global demand for wood products Wood-based panels Although production and consumption of wood-based panels – including plywood, veneer sheets, particleboard and fibreboard – are currently only half those of sawnwood, their higher growth rates will bring them to the levels of.
Chinese animal product consumption in the s. In China, the projected rapid rise in the contribution of animal products to dietary energy from 15 to 20 percent between /99 and will be mainly on account of a substantial increase in the contribution of pork and poultry.
Per capita consumption of milk is very low and projected to remain so (rising from 7kg p.a. in /99 to 14kg in ). Rising consumption of meat and milk to For the /– period, IMPACT projects developing country aggregate consumption growth rates of meat and milk separately to be and %/y, respectively, compared to and %, respectively, in the developed countries.
though not of milk and dairy products, given the small weight of the latter products in China’s food consumption. It is even suggested by FAO () that there may be an overestimation of China’s meat production.
1 The Livestock to (Delgado et al., ) study used base figures for and. Antimicrobials are used in livestock production to maintain health and productivity. These practices contribute to the spread of drug-resistant pathogens in both livestock and humans, posing a significant public health threat.
We present the first global map ( countries) of antibiotic consumption in livestock and conservatively estimate the total consumption in at 63, tons. O 2 consumption by livestock respiration is based on the spatial distributions of main livestock from Gridded Livestock of the World vThe basal metabolism rate (BMR) is the rate of energy expenditure per unit time by endothermic animals at rest and can be reported in mL O 2 /min.
The BMR (mL O 2 /h) of a mammal can be predicted with the formula given by Kleiber, BMR =. In the population of China reached billion, 22 % of the world population, and is expected to increase to billion by As China has only 7 % of the world's arable land such population increases are likely to have an important impact on food supply in China and the world.
Projections of the potential impact are discussed. For instance, a substantive shift to a diet with more animal products and a lower consumption of traditional food products such as rice, wheat and vegetables took place in China in – (Kearney, ).
During the year projection period under both scenarios, wheat, other grains and potatoes would reach their saturation points at. At the global level, growth in demand for animal protein in the next decade is projected to slow down. In light of continued income growth, global meat consumption per capita is projected to increase to kg retail weight equivalent (r.w.e.) byan increase of kg % compared to the base period.
At the global level, trade (world exports, including the meat equivalent of live animal exports) increased from percent of world consumption in the mids to percent in /99, with poultry increasing from to percent and beef from to percent (Table ).
The consumption of ruminant meat increased exponentially in China from the early s (Fig. 1a) and dairy products increased from the early s (Fig. 1b). Fig. 2a shows estimated global CE consumption curve along with the actual changes in CE consumption between the beginning of the period () and the end (), for the World Bank’s regions.
5 The CE consumption-income relationship is specified using the coefficient estimates in Fukase and Martin (Table 2, ), which extends the food demand analysis by Rask and Rask. Outlook for China s Food Consumption and Import Needs 6. Further Discussion 7. Conclusions and Implications References Appendixes Appendix A.
Food Balance Sheets Appendix B. Income Elasticity Estimates Appendix C. Projections on China s Food Production and Consumption by Appendix D.
Sown Area, Yield, Crop Output and Output of Animal.A diet for everyone in the world consisting of about 30 percent animal products doubles the need for primary agricultural products significantly above what is currently produced in the world.
This variation due to dietary composition is much larger than the potential differences in projected demand due to different population growth projections.