More and more Americans are eating less and more at home, and as a result, they’re spending more of their income on food, according to a new report from Consumer Reports.
The consumer watchdog’s study finds that Americans are spending more on food per capita than at any time since 1993.
The average American eats about 1,100 calories a day, while the average Briton eats 1,800 calories.
Americans are also spending more per capita on grocery store groceries, with Americans spending nearly $3.50 more per person than they did in 2017.
The study found that the percentage of people who buy groceries at the supermarket has dropped by 7% over the last decade.
In 2017, the share of Americans who bought groceries at a grocery store dropped to 30% from 44%.
The report notes that Americans spent more on grocery items in 2017 than they spent on other goods.
The report also finds that while Americans are saving more, they are spending less.
In the last three years, Americans have saved an average of $11,500 on groceries.
Americans are also more likely to be obese, and a large share of this obesity is caused by the lack of exercise and nutrition.
The report finds that obesity in the U.S. is the leading cause of death and disability for Americans aged 20-44.
The prevalence of obesity in this age group increased from 16.4% in 2011 to 20.6% in 2016.
The American Heart Association reports that the prevalence of overweight or obesity in America increased from 2.7% in 2009 to 3.3% in 2020.
The National Institutes of Health has identified obesity as one of the top 10 health threats in the country.
In addition to the increase in obesity, the report found that a lack of adequate exercise, lack of healthy foods, and lack of a healthy diet contribute to an increased risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other conditions.