America’s Shrinking Grocery Bill

Dorothy Gambrell

GRAPHIC BY BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK; DATA: BLS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX, BLS CONSUMER EXPENDITURE SURVEY, USDA

In 1984, the average U.S. household spent 16.8 percent of its annual post-tax income on food. By 2011, Americans spent only 11.2 percent. The U.S. devotes less of its income to food than any other country — half as much as households in France and one-fourth of those in India.

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