Eat in or carry out

Benezra, Karen
September 1996
Brandweek;9/23/96, Vol. 37 Issue 37, p23
Trade Publication
Reports on the amount spent by the typical American household on food purchased away from home in 1993 and 1994, according to the National Restaurant Association's analysis of US Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Amount spent on food by urban dwellers as compared to rural households; Food expenditures of respondents under the age of 25.


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