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Food Review : September 1999: Food Away From Home: America's Changing Food Choices

By Morrison, Rosanna Mentzer

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Book Id: WPLBN0002113271
Format Type: PDF eBook :
File Size: 0.6 MB
Reproduction Date: 1999

Title: Food Review : September 1999: Food Away From Home: America's Changing Food Choices  
Author: Morrison, Rosanna Mentzer
Volume: September 1999
Language: English
Subject: Food, Health, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Food Review Journal Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1999
Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Morrison, R. M. (1999). Food Review : September 1999. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


Description
Description: This issue of FoodReview focuses on food away from home. A reflection of our rising prosperity is consumers’ increasing willingness to pay for service and convenience, especially when it comes to food. The restaurant and fast food industries have grown for several decades as food manufacturers and retailers alike race to develop products that are easier and faster to prepare at home (often with a microwave oven) or that require no at-home preparation at all. Currently, Americans spend almost half of their food budget on prepared meals at eating places.

Summary
Summary: Published from 1991-2002, this magazine contains nontechnical, general interest articles and historical data on food supply, food demand, food prices, and food spending. The articles report on ERS analyses and insights on a wide variety of topics related to the U.S. food marketing system, including food consumption, food product development, international food trade, food safety, and food-related policies and programs.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Frontmatter (Upfront, Contents), 60 kb Quality of Children's Diets At and Away From Home: 1994-96, 80 kb Causes and Consequences of Fast Food Sales Growth, 72 kb Minimum Wage Increase Would Have Greater Impact on Food System Than on Overall Economy, 77 kb Minimum Wage Increases Have Little Effect on Prices of Food Away From Home, 67 kb Grocery Industry Courts Time-Pressed Consumers with Home Meal Replacements, 51 kb Changing Food Consumption Patterns: Their Effect on the U.S. Food System, 1972-92, 38 kb Food-Assistance Expenditures Fall for Second Year, 79 kb Characteristics of Mid-Atlantic Food Banks and Food Rescue Organizations, 72 kb

 
 


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