U.S. consumers under age 25 spend average of 40.9% of their food expenditures on food away from home, according to report; Americans ages 25-34 spend 45.2%
May 11, 2012
– U.S. consumers under the age of 25 spend an average of 40.9% of their food expenditures on food away from home, The Food Institute reported May 11.
According to the Food Institute’s 2012 edition of its Demographics of Consumer Spending report, Americans ages 25-34 spent 45.2% of food expenditures away from home. Those ages 75 and up spent the least at 31.8%.
The primary source of this article is The Food Institute, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, on May 11, 2012.