How does U.S. food prices compare to other countries?

The average U.S. household spends 7.6 percent of its household income on food for the home. U.S. consumers spend the least amount on food compared to consumers from any other country. The next closest country is the United Kingdom; U.K. consumers spend 9 percent of their household income on food.

http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/03/cheap-eats-how-america-spends-money-on-food/273811/

USFRA Point of View

USFRA believes consumers have the right to make food choices that best fit their personal needs and household budgets. In particular, USFRA supports healthy choices for everyone no matter their socioeconomic status. For agriculture to provide healthy choices for all Americans as well as people... Read more