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USDA: Poorest households spending a third of their incomes on food

from USAgNet

While households spend more money on food as their incomes rise, food expenditures represent a smaller portion of income as households allocate additional funds to other goods. In 2015, U.S. households in the highest income quintile spent an average of $12,350 on food — both from grocery stores and eating out. This spending accounted for 8.7 percent of their incomes. more

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