National Geographic : 2014 Nov
127 Audrey Bushway and Steven Boyles, visiting from Arizona, got in line at 8 a.m. at Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas, where the brisket sells out every day. They ate at noon. “It was amazing,” says Boyles. In America intensive livestock operations produce plentiful meat. Though Americans have reduced the amount of beef they eat, they’ve replaced it mainly with chicken. Global demand for all meat is rising.