Middle-income families tend to spend more on fast food

11/2/2011 | KNXV-TV (Phoenix)

Low-income families did not appear to eat more fast food or spend as much on such items as people in lower-middle and middle-income families did, University of California, Davis, researchers found. Experts also noted that people who worked longer hours were more likely to eat out, and that men were more likely than women to eat out. The findings are set to appear in Population Health Management.

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