DES MOINES, Iowa -- Americans eat more pork on a daily basis than any other kind of meat, especially during lunch, according to a new study. According to the research, conducted by Yankelovich Partners for the National Pork Producers Council here, each day 66% of Americans aged 18 to 59 eat pork, compared with 57% eating beef and 49% consuming chicken. Breakfast was the meal when most people chose to eat pork and, of those, out of available options, 65% picked bacon and 57% chose sausage. ...

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