The US has earned its stripes as a beef-guzzling country it seems, after a UN report found it was only behind Luxembourg and Hong Kong when it came to meat consumption.
The average American consumes a whopping 126.6 kg of meat each year - compared to Ukranians who only eat around 38.6 kg. That's a lot of burgers.
The UK ranked 25th with the average person consuming 83.9 kg per year.
The latest global data publicly available comes from a UN report called The State of Food and Agriculture 2009, which reviewed livestock production and consumption around the world.
Browse the interactive map below:
Meat consumption was especially prevalent in developed countries, largely in part due to the expense and demand.
The biggest steak-lovers were as follows:
Of the 175 countries, Bangladesh ate the least meat, with the average person consuming only 3.1 kg per year.
World Vegan Day was marked on 1 November, and was first established in 1994 by the UK's vegan society.