Contributions of livestock-derived foods to nutrient supply under changing demand in low- and middle-income countries
Description of this data
For eight, selected low and middle income countries included in a cross-country study of the role of livestock, this dataset shows: (1) assumptions made about household incomes and total population in 2050, associated with four scenarios of global change; (2) scenario projections of household food demand and net trade in 2050; (3) nutrient composition of selected foods of plant and animal origins included in the study; (4) calories and nutrient supply per capita in the study countries in 2010; and (5) the percent contributions of different types of livestock-derived foods to countries' nutrient supply in 2010 and 2050.
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Cite this dataset
Enahoro, Dolapo; Lannerstad, Mats; Pfeifer, Catherine; Dominguez-Salas, Paula (2018), “Contributions of livestock-derived foods to nutrient supply under changing demand in low- and middle-income countries”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/zyjtrbz6ct.1