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Chicken consumption in United States rises in 2017

According to refreshed numbers released by U.S. Department of Agriculture, in comparison with the prior year the indicator went up negligibly by 3.77 percent. Chicken consumption hardly climbed by 4.07 pound (mass), as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it increased by 3.92 percent. It's the highest value on record since 1909. United States saw an increase of 634.82% in chicken consumption during the last 109 years. Moreover, it has had a 0.03% CAGR over the last five years with a strong overall raise since the 1909. It averaged 43.67 pound (mass) from 1909 to 2017 and it reached its minimum of 13.11 pound (mass) in 1938.

Chicken consumption in United States rises in 2017
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2017 112.07 3.77
2016 108.00 3.92
2015 103.93 6.49
2014 97.59 1.88
2013 95.79 1.82
2012 94.08 -2.94
2011 96.93 0.57
2010 96.38 3.47
2009 93.15 -4.54
2008 97.58 -1.94

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