U.S. Baby Boomers: annual grocery expenditure per household by category 2012

This statistic compares the annual grocery expenditure of Boomer (Baby Boomers) consumers among several product categories in the United States in 2012. In that year, U.S. Baby Boomers spent on average 70 U.S. dollars on cereals per household.

Boomer (Baby Boomers) consumers: annual grocery expenditure per household in the United States in 2012, by category**

Annual expenditure per household in U.S. dollars
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Release date

February 2014


United States

Survey time period


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** Total U.S. 52 weeks ending December 29, 2012, based on total basket ring, excluding gas only or Rx only trips.

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