Food Consumption, Prices, and Expenditures, 1962-82

This bulletin ,presents 1962-82 data on per capita food consumption, prices, nutrient availability,food expenditures and marketing costs, and U.S. income and population. Retail food prices in 1982 rose 4.0 percent, aggregate food consumption fell 0.4 percent, and personal food, consumption expenditures rose 6.3 percent from 1981. Per, capita red meat consumption was down 5.8 pounds, but poultry use rose 1.3 pounds. Dairy product consumption per person decreased. Fresh fruit consumption fell 3.9 pounds per person, while fresh vegetable consumption rose,4.7 pounds. Total sweetener consumption dropped slightly.


Issue Date:
1983-12
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/154493
Total Pages:
116
Series Statement:
SB 702




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