follow us:

UN FAO

The vast majority of growth in most areas is caused by increasing per capita consumption rates rather than by increasing population levels. In India, for example if consumption rates of poultry meat remained constant to 2030 only 5 percent of the projected growth would occur.
Livestock in the Balance

A synopsis of the report and link to the main study: Livestock in the Balance

Quotes: 
The vast majority of growth in most areas is caused by increasing per capita consumption rates rather than by increasing population levels. In India, for example if consumption rates of poultry meat remained constant to 2030 only 5 percent of the projected growth would occur.