According to the World Health Organization, between 2000 and 2009, the United States had a net enrollment rate for males in primary school of 91%, which makes the United States tied for eighty-fifth in that category with several other countries–Albania, Croatia, Czech Republic, India, Samoa, Slovakia, Suriname, and Uzbekistan. Several other countries–Burundi, Georgia, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania–tied for first, with 100% of boys going to primary school.
The country with the lowest reported enrollment rate for boys in primary school is Sudan, at 43%.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, in 2007 the United States had a beer supply of 236.71 grams per person per day, which makes the United States rank sixteenth in that category. The Czech Republic ranks first, with a beer supply of 405.05 grams per person per day.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Americans eat fourteen kilograms of eggs per capita per year, which makes the United State tied for tenth with the Czech Republic in that category. Japan ranks first, consuming ninteen kilograms per capita per year.