Share of food in gross disposable income of French households 1960-2014

The graph shows the share of food expenditure in gross disposable income of French households from 1960 to 2014. It appears that the expenditure for food has fallen sharply, decreasing by more than ten percentage points between 1960 and 2014.

Share of food expenditure in gross disposable income of households in France from 1960 to 2014

Share of food in gross disposable income
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Source

Release date

October 2015

Region

France

Survey time period

1960 to 2014

Supplementary notes

According to the source : "The food budget includes food consumed at home (meaning food and beverages) and out-of-home."

Gross disposable income: disposable income for consumption and savings once fixed spendings (housing, insurance, etc.) have been deducted. It also includes social benefits received.

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