Dietary protein consumption, per person, per day

grams, 1961–2013

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    1961 Ranking
    1. Iceland 120.58
    2. Argentina 105.72
    3. Australia 104.89
    4. France 103.00
    5. Ireland 101.88
    6. Poland 96.52
    7. New Zealand 96.30
    8. Soviet Union 95.90
    9. Finland 95.53
    10. United States 95.21
    11. Switzerland 94.98
    12. Turkey 93.18
    13. United Kingdom 91.22
    14. Canada 91.13
    15. Bulgaria 90.69
    16. Yugoslavia 90.36
    17. Belgium 89.48
    18. Czechoslovakia 89.17
    19. Israel 88.87
    20. Austria 88.77
    21. Bermuda 88.18
    22. Netherlands 87.84
    23. Romania 87.52
    24. Mauritania 87.43
    25. Malta 87.39
    26. Norway 87.05
    27. United Arab Emirates 86.98
    28. Uruguay 86.59
    29. Sweden 86.13
    30. Mongolia 85.24
    31. Hungary 84.97
    32. Afghanistan 84.91
    33. Greece 83.72
    34. Italy 82.54
    35. Denmark 82.33
    36. Caribbean Netherlands 82.28
    37. Germany 79.25
    38. Spain 78.93
    39. Kuwait 75.73
    40. Japan 74.19
    41. Bahamas 73.09
    42. Chad 71.81
    43. New Caledonia 70.97
    44. South Africa 70.67
    45. Botswana 70.52
    46. Portugal 69.91
    47. Kenya 69.70
    48. French Polynesia 68.67
    49. Paraguay 67.48
    50. Cyprus 66.86
    51. Hong Kong 66.33
    52. Albania 66.11
    53. Chile 65.86
    54. Swaziland 65.70
    55. Lesotho 64.19
    56. Namibia 63.97
    57. Lebanon 63.55
    58. Madagascar 63.15
    59. Mexico 62.62
    60. Zimbabwe 62.58
    61. Timor Leste 62.32
    62. Senegal 61.91
    63. Taiwan 61.72
    64. Zambia 61.70
    65. Barbados 61.63
    66. North Korea 61.45
    67. Ethiopia 60.91
    68. Malawi 60.40
    69. Belize 59.67
    70. Tunisia 59.63
    71. Macau 59.31
    72. Antigua and Barbuda 58.69
    73. Vanuatu 57.83
    74. Trinidad and Tobago 57.31
    75. Egypt 57.27
    76. South Korea 56.84
    77. Brazil 56.24
    78. Guyana 56.20
    79. Nicaragua 56.20
    80. Peru 54.90
    81. Uganda 54.49
    82. Morocco 54.48
    83. Pakistan 54.43
    84. Venezuela 54.41
    85. Cameroon 54.26
    86. Jordan 53.60
    87. Panama 52.94
    88. Gambia 52.87
    89. Yemen 52.49
    90. Gabon 52.11
    91. India 52.07
    92. Fiji 51.97
    93. Jamaica 51.91
    94. Guatemala 51.31
    95. Honduras 51.21
    96. Kiribati 50.90
    97. Suriname 50.50
    98. Ivory Coast 50.36
    99. Saint Thomas and Principe 50.08
    100. Iran 50.06
    101. Ecuador 50.05
    102. Mali 49.94
    103. Cuba 49.68
    104. Colombia 49.48
    105. Sudan 49.35
    106. Laos 49.28
    107. Mauritius 49.15
    108. Iraq 48.68
    109. Costa Rica 48.47
    110. Solomon Islands 47.41
    111. Malaysia 46.86
    112. Rwanda 46.84
    113. Bolivia 46.23
    114. Brunei 46.15
    115. Saudi Arabia 45.87
    116. Nigeria 45.57
    117. Nepal 45.54
    118. Bangladesh 45.49
    119. Vietnam 45.47
    120. Niger 45.05
    121. Algeria 45.01
    122. Samoa 45.00
    123. Guinea 43.47
    124. Haiti 43.32
    125. Sri Lanka 42.76
    126. Grenada 42.53
    127. Thailand 42.30
    128. Burkina Faso 42.24
    129. Togo 42.16
    130. Cape Verde 42.06
    131. El Salvador 41.98
    132. Djibouti 41.94
    133. Tanzania 41.92
    134. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 41.76
    135. Cambodia 41.72
    136. Ghana 41.54
    137. Philippines 41.42
    138. Benin 41.02
    139. Dominica 40.36
    140. Liberia 39.26
    141. China 39.00
    142. Sierra Leone 38.94
    143. Saint Lucia 38.21
    144. Dominican Republic 37.54
    145. Burma (Myanmar) 37.46
    146. Angola 36.61
    147. Indonesia 35.22
    148. Congo (Brazzaville) 35.03
    149. Saint Kitts and Nevis 33.83
    150. Mozambique 33.73
    151. Central African Republic 32.78
    152. Guinea Bissau 31.53
    153. Maldives 30.53
    2013 Ranking
    1. Iceland 133.54
    2. Hong Kong 129.18
    3. Israel 128.14
    4. Lithuania 124.49
    5. Maldives 122.43
    6. Finland 117.72
    7. Luxembourg 113.88
    8. Montenegro 112.07
    9. Netherlands 111.72
    10. Albania 111.42
    11. Norway 110.90
    12. Portugal 110.88
    13. France 110.52
    14. Malta 110.36
    15. Ireland 110.02
    16. United States 109.60
    17. Denmark 108.88
    18. Greece 108.80
    19. Italy 108.51
    20. Kuwait 108.24
    21. Turkey 108.12
    22. Sweden 107.72
    23. Australia 106.28
    24. Austria 106.21
    25. Canada 104.95
    26. Spain 104.88
    27. United Arab Emirates 104.62
    28. Estonia 103.90
    29. Egypt 103.24
    30. United Kingdom 103.21
    31. Romania 103.02
    32. Russia 102.84
    33. Argentina 102.64
    34. Germany 101.59
    35. Poland 101.47
    36. Tunisia 98.59
    37. China 98.02
    38. Morocco 97.93
    39. French Polynesia 96.85
    40. Kazakhstan 96.41
    41. South Korea 96.20
    42. Slovenia 96.19
    43. Brazil 94.99
    44. Macau 94.84
    45. Belarus 93.82
    46. Brunei 93.41
    47. Azerbaijan 93.15
    48. Switzerland 93.08
    49. New Zealand 92.54
    50. Uruguay 92.44
    51. Algeria 91.96
    52. Bosnia and Herzegovina 91.64
    53. Saudi Arabia 91.63
    54. Latvia 91.39
    55. Cuba 90.86
    56. Bermuda 90.79
    57. Turkmenistan 90.49
    58. Armenia 90.04
    59. Taiwan 89.74
    60. Ukraine 88.62
    61. Mauritius 88.36
    62. Oman 88.25
    63. Barbados 88.24
    64. Japan 87.73
    65. Mexico 87.63
    66. Czech Republic 87.47
    67. Chile 87.36
    68. Iran 87.28
    69. New Caledonia 87.03
    70. Gabon 86.63
    71. Bahamas 86.62
    72. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 86.23
    73. Saint Lucia 85.71
    74. Samoa 85.53
    75. South Africa 85.33
    76. Mali 85.20
    77. Kyrgyzstan 85.16
    78. Mauritania 84.96
    79. Croatia 84.35
    80. Antigua and Barbuda 83.71
    81. Bulgaria 83.53
    82. Uzbekistan 83.43
    83. Trinidad and Tobago 83.36
    84. Burma (Myanmar) 82.61
    85. Serbia 82.22
    86. Vietnam 81.61
    87. Malaysia 81.58
    88. Niger 80.94
    89. Mongolia 80.79
    90. Georgia 80.53
    91. Lebanon 79.71
    92. Jordan 79.59
    93. Guyana 79.51
    94. Panama 79.44
    95. Burkina Faso 79.38
    96. Hungary 78.85
    97. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 78.51
    98. Cyprus 77.61
    99. Jamaica 76.97
    100. Dominica 76.25
    101. Costa Rica 75.07
    102. Peru 74.92
    103. Cape Verde 73.65
    104. Fiji 73.60
    105. Lesotho 73.52
    106. Kiribati 73.33
    107. Belize 73.27
    108. Venezuela 73.01
    109. Slovakia 72.51
    110. Saint Kitts and Nevis 72.32
    111. El Salvador 71.90
    112. Moldova 71.41
    113. Paraguay 70.72
    114. Cameroon 69.96
    115. Vanuatu 69.68
    116. Nicaragua 69.62
    117. Grenada 69.19
    118. Nepal 69.15
    119. Laos 68.90
    120. Bolivia 66.01
    121. Djibouti 65.86
    122. Cambodia 65.66
    123. Pakistan 65.49
    124. Honduras 64.88
    125. Botswana 64.86
    126. Ghana 64.57
    127. Malawi 64.55
    128. Benin 64.43
    129. Colombia 64.38
    130. Nigeria 63.76
    131. Guatemala 63.73
    132. Iraq 63.63
    133. Tajikistan 63.38
    134. Suriname 62.94
    135. Chad 62.72
    136. Indonesia 62.18
    137. Kenya 61.84
    138. Gambia 61.55
    139. Ecuador 61.36
    140. Thailand 60.88
    141. India 60.25
    142. Philippines 59.93
    143. Togo 59.79
    144. Sri Lanka 59.71
    145. Yemen 58.94
    146. Swaziland 58.60
    147. Ivory Coast 58.51
    148. Senegal 58.49
    149. Afghanistan 58.25
    150. Dominican Republic 58.20
    151. Tanzania 57.80
    152. Namibia 57.69
    153. Timor Leste 57.52
    154. Angola 57.26
    155. Rwanda 56.81
    156. Solomon Islands 56.36
    157. Sierra Leone 56.13
    158. Guinea 55.93
    159. Bangladesh 55.84
    160. Zambia 55.22
    161. North Korea 55.00
    162. Saint Thomas and Principe 53.08
    163. Uganda 52.68
    164. Congo (Brazzaville) 51.66
    165. Zimbabwe 48.35
    166. Haiti 47.72
    167. Madagascar 46.67
    168. Central African Republic 46.06
    169. Mozambique 45.70
    170. Guinea Bissau 44.04
    171. Liberia 37.66

    Dietary protein consumption per person refers to the amount of protein in food, expressed in grams per day, available for each individual in the total population during the reference period. Protein content is derived by applying the appropriate food composition factors to the quantities of the commodities. Per person consumption is derived from the total amount of food available for human consumption by dividing total protein by total population actually partaking of the food supplies during the reference period.

    Source: FAO Source: fao.org