Fifty-four percent of U.S. men buy coffee at work during the week, compared with 45% of women, research shows; 69% of men buy lunch at work, compared with 62% of women

LOS ANGELES , January 31, 2012 () – Market research firm Accounting Principals reported on Jan. 25 that U.S. men tend to purchase and spend more than women on food and beverages at work.

According to the research, 54% of men buy coffee at work during the week, compared with 45% of women. Also, 69% of men buy lunch at work, compared with 62% of women.

Additionally, men spend more than double the amount on lunch at work during the week than women, spending US$46.30 compared with $26.50 for women. Regarding coffee, men spend $25.70 per week at work, while women spend $15.

The primary source of this article is Accounting Principals, Jacksonville, Florida, on Jan. 25, 2012.

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