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Nutrition Driven Meat Demand in the Future in China

Si Zhizhi and Qu Chunhong
AII of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China
Abstract—Great changes have taken place in food consumption demand, consumption structure and consumption pattern over the past fifty years in China with the increase of per capita income level, meat products has increased significantly. The supply of meat growth decline with the constraints of limited resource in China, contradiction between supply and demand obviously. At the same time, although the nutritional situation is improved greatly, malnutrition and nutrition surplus coexisted among residents. Research on nutrition driven meat demand, establish the mode of nutrition guide consumption, consumption guide production under the contradiction on meat production and consumption, consumption and nutrition. It has the vital significance to the limited resources, the balance of meat supply and demand, nutrition and health improvement. The research indicates that recommended meat consumption levels calculated from reasonable nutrient standard below current meat consumption of both urban and rural residents. Nutrition driven meat consumption requires much less resources than that without the guidance of nutrition objectives. This paper recommends that policy should seek to reflect and enforce current nutrition goals to regulate meat consumption, restructure meat production and promote the development of the livestock industry to achieve social and economic benefits.
Index Terms—meat demand, forecast, nutrition driven

Cite: Si Zhizhi and Qu Chunhong, "Nutrition Driven Meat Demand in the Future in China," International Journal of Food Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 78-82, June 2017. doi: 10.18178/ijfe.3.1.78-82
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