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Unformatted text preview: Comparison of Food Consumption - India & US ( 2009 ) RICE B. 3 E.B . Z Wheat 57.7 $1 .` Corn & Other Cereals B. B 17. B LEGUMES & NUTS 13.5 7.4 Potatoes & Other Starches 24.5 5 5.4 Sugar & Sweeteners \21. 5 54 .` Vegetables \58. 5 122.4 [ Indie Fruits 49.5 110. 5 OUS Fish, Seafood \5.5 24.1 MEET 120. 2 FEES 2. 3 14 . 1 Milk Products \72.2 255.5 Fats & Dill \ 1 1 . 4 33.3 50 100 150 200 250 3:00 KILOGRAMS PER CAPITA PER YEAR Reference : Data retrieved from http : / / fanstats . fad . org / fanstat- gate way / GO / to / download / C / CC /E On NOV . 20|...
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