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This study examines the price responsiveness of individuals by body weight status in the United States by comparing demand estimates across BMI groups. We find differences in eating patterns of households that have an overweight and obese primary shopper with those of normal weight. We test whether body weight status modifies price sensitivity by estimating demand for food by these BMI groups using the almost ideal demand system.

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