The Food Buying Practices of Homemakers in New Cumberland and of Certain High School Pupils in Cumberland County as a Basis for Curriculum Construction
Cornell University, Sept., 1936 - 258 pages
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PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN MAKING THE INVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION OF THE FOOD BUYING PRACTICES
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44 homemakers 72 high school advertised brands Amburgey amounts Appendix asked to check Baked beans baking powder bread butter buy less buyers buying canned fruit buying foods carry store cash and carry cash store cereals cheese choice chuck Clabber Girl Clerk coffee considered consumer Cornell University credit stores Cumberland Cuts of beef different brands Eight O'clock coffee families food buying practices foods bought Girl Give given in Table grade labels grocery stores H.S. Pupils high school pupils highly advertised Home Economics Education homemakers and 72 homemakers and high investigation Journal of Home large number Lebanon bologna Lettuce loaf lower prices Mayonnaise mentioned milk Number of participants Oatmeal office of Home oleomargarine original data packaged foods pancake participants buying participants were asked potatoes prepared lunch meat purchased question questionnaires ready-to-eat reason response salesman sell tomatoes total number weight or measure Woman women writer