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Global Food Series: How much do households from around the world spend on food?

| August 27, 2015

In an absolute sense, the United States spends more per household on food consumed at home ($2,390 per year) than, say, Nigeria ($1,343) or Russia ($1,935). But because Americans are richer, food still makes up a much smaller portion of their budgets.

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Read more about this story: U.S. households spend less on food than any other nation because of advanced industrial farming

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