CDC: Fast Food Consumption Rates Rise With Income

CDC: Fast Food Consumption Rates Rise With Income

A new CDC report debunks the common notion that those of lower income favor fast food, in fact the obvious is true -- the percentage of people who consumed fast food increased with income.

The report also found during 2013-2016, about 37% of adults consumed fast food a day. Fast food consumption was higher among non-Hispanic black persons compared with other races.

Another interesting fact from the study -- more men ate fast food for lunch, while women preferred to eat it as a snack.

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