America Does Far More Cocaine Than Any Other Nation

America Does Far More Cocaine Than Any Other Nation
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Atlantic Media business publication Quartz has a post about the boom in Brazilian cocaine use, as the South American country now intakes 18 percent of the world’s cocaine supply.

With the economy in Brazil expanding rapidly, many people in the country have started to blow their money on blow.

While they are snorting a large part of the cake (or pie, for you Pusha T fans), America’s nostrils still contain the most powder, as we use a whopping 37 percent of the world’s cocaine supply.

1 and a half percent of Americans use the nose candy, with an average intake of 42 grams per year.

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