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Excerpts from the report Summary: Substantial growth in consumption of beef and broilers, declines in consumption of other red meats, and various changes in consumption patterns by class of households--these are the general indications from a comparison of data from two surveys, one in the spring of 1955 and one in the spring of 1965. The 1965 information arises from the spring phase of the 1965-66 Household Food Consumption Survey, which provides much information about food consumption at home. Both the recent and 1955 surveys exclude the quantities of food consumed away from home and institutional eating, but they do include the money value of food consumed away from home.

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