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Abstract

Factors affecting fresh fruit and vegetable expenditures in urban households of Uganda are analyzed employing the censored quantile regression. Results indicate that income elasticity of expenditure for fresh fruits exceeds one in 25th quantile, and reduces drastically in upper quantiles; for fresh vegetables income is relatively inelastic across different quantiles.

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