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Annual per-person consumption of dairy products, poultry, fish and shellfish, fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen vegetables, fruit and vegetable juices, and beverages r [...]
1993-11 | Report |
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Annual per person consumption of dairy products, fats and oils, flours and cereals, bakery products, meats, eggs, sugars and sweets, and fresh vegetables fell during the [...]
1992-12 | Report |
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Models are developed to measure the effect of socioeconomic factors on the probability of consuming fish and shellfish in both the away from home and at home markets. Fa [...]
1995-07 | Journal Article |
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Turkey has experienced important sociodemographic and economic changes shaping food markets with the resultant significant changes on the consumers’ away from home and [...]
2013 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Food prepared away from home (FAFH)—whether eaten in restaurants, fast-food and\r other locations, or as take-out or delivery to be eaten at home—is now a routine par [...]
2012-12 | Report |
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This study uses Information Resources, Inc., Household Panel dataset of comprehensive grocery purchase records to investigate relationships among store formats, household [...]
English | 2017 | Report |
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In this research, we investigate the impact of income and household characteristics on food expenditures both at home and away from home, to identify the factors affectin [...]
2016 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Commercial scanner data on retail food purchases are an integral resource for a broad range of food policy research. ERS has acquired proprietary household and retail sca [...]
2016-04 | Report |

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