RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentinians, who for a long time were among the most voracious meat consumers in the world, can no longer afford to eat their own product.
The consumption of red meat in the country has dropped to its lowest level in a century. Among the culprits are high inflation and an insatiable hunger for beef in other parts of the world, which puts pressure on domestic prices and, to a lesser extent, a yet reluctant trend . . .