From the beginning of the 1970s to the mid-1990s, meat consumption in developing countries increased by 70 million metric tons (mmt), almost triple the increase in developed countries, and consumption of milk by 105 mmt of liquid milk equivalents (LME), more than twice the increase that occurred in developed countries. The market value of that increase in meat and milk consumption totaled approximately $155 billion (1990 US$), more than twice the market value of increased cereals consumption under the better-known Green Revolution in wheat, rice, and maize. The population growth, urbanization, and income growth that fueled the increase in meat and milk consumption are expected to continue well into the new millennium.

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