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Americansńˇ╗ Eating Patterns and Time Spent on Food: The 2014 Eating and Health Module Data
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Karen S. Hamrick (au); Ket McClelland (au)
This report uses data from the 2014 ERS Eating & Health Module of the American Time Use Survey to present an overview of Americansńˇ╗ eating and other food-related time-use patterns, including grocery shopping and meal preparation. On an average day, Americans age 15 and older spent 64 minutes eating and drinking as a ńˇýprimaryńˇŁ or main activity, and 16 minutes eating while doing something such as watching TV. Two-thirds of Americans reported that they engaged in beverage consumption while doing another activity, and of those, 41% reported that their beverage was a soft drink. Analyzing the time Americans spend in various activities and whether or not they engage in certain food-related activities may provide some insight into why nutrition and health coutcomes vary across different segments of the population. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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