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The percentage of income that Americans spend on food continues to drop. In 1992, Americans spent just 11.7 percent of their income on food, down from 14.2 percent in 198 [...]
English | 1995 | Journal Article |
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I n an era of budgetary and deficit pressures, food-assistance programs are headed for change as part of an overall effort to scale back on Government-funded welfare prog [...]
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NVhen adjusted for inflation, U.S. per capita spending of urban households on food for consumption at home declined more than 6 percent from 1980 to 1988, according to th [...]
English | 1991 | Journal Article |
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From 1986 to 1990, after-tax household income rose 25 percent. Food spending kept pace, also rising 25 percent. Consequently, the 15-percent share of after- tax household [...]
English | 1992 | Journal Article |

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