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Chicken other than broilers consumption in United States: Drop in 2015

According to refreshed statistics announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 2015 chicken other than broilers consumption went down by 6.46%. The indicator diminished from 1.08 pound (mass) to 1.01 pound (mass), in contrast to the previous year when it rose by 1.59 percent. United States saw a drop of 72.49% in chicken other than broilers consumption over the past 50 years. Likewise, it has attained a negative CAGR of 0.03 percent over the last five years with a overall decrease since the 1966. It averaged 1.94 pound (mass) from 1966 to 2015 and it attained its all-time high of 4.04 pound (mass) in 1967 and record low of 0.31 pound (mass) in 1998.

Chicken other than broilers consumption in United States: Drop in 2015
Date Pound (Mass) Variation
2015 1.01 -6.46
2014 1.08 1.59
2013 1.07 -7.71
2012 1.16 -1.62
2011 1.17 -0.93
2010 1.19 21.41
2009 0.976 -10.95
2008 1.10 21.51
2007 0.902 -10.6
2006 1.01 -13.61

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