Food is one of the most basic necessities of life along with water, shelter and clothing. Meals and snacks are a major component of our day to day existence. One of the first things we do each day is ‘break’ our overnight ‘fast,’ hence the meaning of the term breakfast. Just a few short hours later we are thinking about lunch, only to return home at the end of the day for yet another meal; some call it supper, some call it dinner. And in between all those meals, many of us pepper our day with snacks to keep us energized. With all this eating, it’s no surprise that our weekly grocery bill can be quite large, especially the larger our families or the more eclectic our tastes.
At GeoMetrx, we have a variety of grocery spending datasets including the one depicted below showing the distribution of households spending $150 or more per week on groceries. The darker the green, the higher the percentage of households doing so within that geographical region. Additional data sets include a range of weekly grocery spending as well as money-saving coupon usage.
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