U.S. readers who are befuddled with the lack of a common measuring stick for global per capita consumption can go here to an Food and Agricultural Organization site. This web page is the only site I found to compare fruit and vegetable consumption patterns between countries.
From there readers can download country by country, commodity-specific per capita consumption figures. And, not surprisingly, the FAO database allows viewers to request the information in terms of either kilograms/per capita/year or g/capita/day.
There they go again, with the kilograms and grams; it’s almost like the rest of the world is waiting for us to adopt the metric system. I'll give you my 12-inch ruler when you take it from my cold, dead hands.