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U.S. consumers' frequency of cooking a dinner at home with meat 2017, by income

U.S. consumers' weekly average of home cooked dinner with meat or poultry in 2017, by annual household income range

by M. Shahbandeh, last edited Jul 9, 2019
U.S. consumers' frequency of cooking a dinner at home with meat 2017, by income This statistic depicts the results of a survey conducted in November 2016. U.S. consumers with different annual household income ranges were asked about their weekly frequency of cooking at home dinner including meat or poultry. During the survey, respondents with an annual household income over 150,000 U.S. dollars indicated that they had cooked dinner using meat or poultry 4.3 times a week on average.
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U.S. consumers' weekly average of home cooked dinner with meat or poultry in 2017, by annual household income range

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