Which country consumed the largest amount of cheese in 2013?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the people of France consume more cheese than any other other nation on Earth. According to a report by the International Dairy Federation, the average Frenchman ate 25.9 kilograms of cheese in 2013 compared to second-placed Iceland (25.2kg) and third-placed Finland (24.7).
The International Dairy Federation said that France consumed 25.9 kilograms of cheese per person in 2013, equaling just over 57 pounds. Other high rankers included Iceland, Finland and Germany. Although China increased the amount of cheese it imported, it actually registered the lowest, with less than 1 pound of cheese eaten per person. Source: The Wall Street Journal