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Mutton and lamb consumption in Canada goes up in 2017

According to statistics released by Canada National Statistical Office, mutton and lamb consumption grew by 5.11% compared to the prior year. The variable went up from 38.37 thousand tonnes to 40.33 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it climbed by 2.57 percent. The overall changes for the prior 58 years reached a raise of 69.53%. Moreover, it has had the compound average annual growth rate of 0.03% over the last 5 years with a overall rise since the 1960. It averaged 29.99 thousand tonnes from 1960 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 47.89 thousand tonnes in 1969 and record low of 17.16 thousand tonnes in 1981.

Mutton and lamb consumption in Canada goes up in 2017
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
2017 40.33 5.11
2016 38.37 2.57
2015 37.41 0.27
2014 37.31 5.99
2013 35.20 4.7
2012 33.62 -7.99
2011 36.54 -1.27
2010 37.01 -4.81
2009 38.88 0.05
2008 38.86 -3.19

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