Healthy Living

Consumers say they’re spending less money on food

Consumers reported spending less money on food in April, according to a recent survey.

On average, consumers surveyed spent $110 per week at the grocery store and $63 per week on restaurants and carryout meals for a total of about $172. That’s down from food spending in March that was reported at about $177.

Jayson Lusk discusses some of the findings of the latest Purdue University Consumer Food Insights Report.

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