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Grocery spending index of Asian-Americans in the United States in 2015, by food department*

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U.S. grocery spending index of Asian-Americans 2015, by food department This statistic depicts the grocery spending index of Asian-American households in the United States in 2015, by food department. For the time period considered, the grocery spending index of Asian-Americans on dried vegetables and grains was 255. That means, Asian-Americans spent 155 percent more on that category than the total U.S. population.
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This statistic depicts the grocery spending index of Asian-American households in the United States in 2015, by food department. For the time period considered, the grocery spending index of Asian-Americans on dried vegetables and grains was 255. That means, Asian-Americans spent 155 percent more on that category than the total U.S. population.
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Release date
June 2015
Region
United States
Survey time period
52 weeks ending February 7, 2015
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* Nielsen Homescan Total U.S. 52 weeks ending February 7, 2015. The Homescan national panel consists of a randomly dispersed sample of households that is intended to be representative of, and projectable to the total U.S. market. Panel members use handheld scanners to record items with a UPC code that they purchase from any outlet.
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