U.S. Trends in Eating Away from Home, 1982-89: A Survey by Eating Occasion, Type of Foodservice Establishment, and Kind of Food
Offers detailed statistics on the types of eating places frequented, the kinds of foods consumed, & whether the food constituted a snack or a meal. Finds that Americans are on the verge of spending as much on food away from home as they do on food prepared at home: 46% today of their food dollars today, compared with 34% in 1970.
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